8 Jan 2012


"Evidence", originally uploaded by crescentsi.

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Taken in England December 2011 on a cold, Winter's day with compromised light. Too early for twi-light, a dull light reflected off leaves and other fauna, creating a cold-looking and misty effect. The naturally occuring "art" of nature often suprises us; here there is a suggestion of some woodland drama that unfolded recently. I can only capture the "evidence" but not the actual event that occured. The tree, keeled over by lightning or the wind, creates an evocative, surreal image that can suggest much more to the human mind than the reality of a fallen tree!


Reflections on Virtualness

Reflections on Virtualness, originally uploaded by crescentsi.

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Subtle editing on Miss Boux's original portrait, that creates a painterly effect.



"Ma Corps"

"Ma Corps", originally uploaded by crescentsi.

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Colour version of "Ma Bouche".

"Playing with the strong, natural architecture of Julie's form. Julie's pronounced bone-structure and muscle forms suggested the textures and light/shade that I used to create a quaisi-abstract effect."

"Ma Corps" also utilised colour which I used in an arbitrary way, at least initially,
then editing layers of textures to create a painterly effect with disparite hues that, nevertheless compare and contrast well together.