Sunday, April 17, 2011

last ice


  1. These, especially the top one, seem to be something out of a bad dream. Or maybe Brueghal.

  2. Just beautiful! I love it!

    Have a nice day! :-)

  3. Mysterious shapes and surfaces; very interesting to the eye. You could walk right in...and fall through the ice.

  4. Love the grainy quality and the play of light and dark. I like how you establish a mood. It is an important quality or element of your work and distinguishes it.

  5. Stickup - mood is important to me. what surfaces on the screen is so far removed from the original. i build images with a saw and hammer. it is not pretty by any means. with the black and white stuff i am stripping it down so just enough detail says to the viewer, this is a tree, a rock etc. i wan't these images soft with enough contrast and detail, but soft.

    i have fought it in the past, this thing of robert, this distinguishing as you say. but both you and erin have seen it and i am learning to except it.

    thank you Stickup.

  6. No, please, Robert!
    Enough of winter images..
    With a bit imagination one could see a corps in
    the cold water..
    Love from Greece (cold here)!

  7. Monika - we are in northern ontario canada having another 15cm of snow tonight.
    thanks for dropping in, we have a wonderful woodstove. ha!