Fringe Dweller by Kitsmumma

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Concept: Living on the Edge – Society/Sanity

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Fringe Dwellers


Australian Fine Art Photographer, Dip of Fine Arts (Photography), whose work is inspired by a love of nature and the abstract.
My photographs concentrate on the light, lines, colour, shape and form found in nature…… from bushland to beaches, even my own backyard.
I hope to surprise and intrigue the viewer with my work and explore the notion that beauty exists everywhere…in the right light!

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© Kitsmumma/Sylvia Baxter 2014. All rights reserved.

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  • ChristineBetts
    ChristineBettsalmost 5 years ago

    oh wow, this is stunning!

  • Much appreciated Christine, thank you :D

    – Kitsmumma

  • ArtSlut
    ArtSlutalmost 5 years ago

    This is sublime minimalism. I love it.x

  • Thanks so much gorgoeus x

    – Kitsmumma

  • Anthony Mancuso
    Anthony Mancusoalmost 5 years ago

    fabulous work Sylvia, well done

  • Much appreciated Anthony, thanks :D

    – Kitsmumma

  • Annemie Hiele
    Annemie Hielealmost 5 years ago

    lovely alone…

  • Many thanks Annemie.

    – Kitsmumma

  • Mynybee
    Mynybeealmost 5 years ago

    wonderful ! bravo !

  • Thank you so much Myn.

    – Kitsmumma

  • anisja
    anisjaalmost 5 years ago

    Great series . Excellent quality.

  • Thanks so much anisja, always appreciate your comments.

    – Kitsmumma

  • Ben Lucas
    Ben Lucasalmost 5 years ago

    really love these photos, they would look awesome as a huge canvas

  • Thanks so much Ben, they would make great canvases for sure :D

    – Kitsmumma

  • dasSuiGeneris
    dasSuiGenerisover 4 years ago

    Probably my favorite of the series. I love the solitude depicted in this one. Which way to go… to or fro? I think that the edge of society is in direct relation to the edge of sanity, but only in the sense of being perceptive to our collective reality. The herd sure doesn’t know what is what for all of the sheep around. Being on the edge, as depicted here in your art, has the advantage of being able to actually see what is going on in the world around. Even if there isn’t anything at all, there is always solitude at the least; and solitude can be so friggin’ beautiful sometimes. Excellent Job with these pieces! Favorite!

  • dasSuiGeneris I could hug your for that comment :D
    You’ve totally nailed and so beautifully articulated my thought process behind this series and for that I’m truly grateful, that it actually made sense to someone makes it all worthwhile, thank you so much.

    – Kitsmumma

  • dasSuiGeneris
    dasSuiGenerisover 4 years ago

    I love art… especially when it is someone else’s, and when it is so beautiful. I could return your hug for that reply! It is so nice to find someone who creates art that allows me verbalize (type?) my thoughts! Because really, anyone can rant and rave all the day through (sometimes I do that), but without art to back it up, it can sometimes verge on the lunacy side of life, lol. Thank You for being there, doing what you do. :) I can’t wait to delve more into your portfolio and discover more gems such as your excellent art/philo matchup here. Great to meet you! How exciting!

  • Great to meet you too, it’s exciting to meet someone that’s passionate about art, as you obviously are, and please, verbalise away, I’d love to hear your thoughts/interpretations. Thank you for all the kind words, you’ve definitely put a smile on my face this morning :D

    – Kitsmumma

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