I like to think of this as a photograph of ‘impasto’ street work.
This image is enlargement of another portion of the picture from which I an extracted ‘Parking Lot Impasto‘. I like it better for the cracks that show the asphalt underneath.
This image is an enlargement of a portion of one of my parking lot line photographs. The paint is lumpy here, just like in some abstract expressionist paintings.
Today’s watercolor experiment: I remember this photo I took in 1991. The canvas on which this graffiti cat was created was a scrappy, rotted wooden panel next to some metal steps. That must have been a day when I only had my camera loaded with black and white film. On my dedicated photography walks, I took […]
Process thus far My experiment with latex masking fluid is nearing an end. Although dripping can be fun, there is too much time needed for drying for the work to be spontaneous. I made some progress through The Art of Cézanne by Albert Barnes and Violette de Mazia. It seems that every few pages I want to […]
I’m going to need some help here. Here’s the set up: The only kind of painting that I have done in recent memory is watercolor. I am a real neophyte at it. Concurrently, I am reading about Cézanne, who worked with great effort and emphasis on composing his paintings, eliminating details that did not speak […]