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Luminous and sinuous: superbly designed and toned.
Thanks John. Now that you’ve given me a wonderful blurb, the only thing missing is a book it can go on :)
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I love the second one – it works better for me than the first for some reason. It’s making me think of Nancy Graves a little, the way the space is used, and the colors and tangles.
Thanks Lynn. I wasn’t familiar with Nancy Graves until you mentioned her. So glad you introduced me to her work. Makes me think of several other photographs I’ve posted here that share a similar aesthetic.
That’s great – that’s one of the things this platform is good for, right? I refreshed my memory too, after I commented, and was surprised to see all the colorful work she did – I had mostly remembered some early sculptures that referenced bones and indigenous people. I saw them way back in the 70’s and loved them for the way they retained the feeling of abstraction but came out of an appreciation of nature. She died way too young.
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