Great Minds Think Alike
I had coffee yesterday with one of my university lecturers, Bronwyn who is a glass artist and art historian. We have only recently discovered that we live in adjacent
villages on the Mornington Peninsula. In discussing our creative pursuits photobooths came up, of course. As a glass artist Bronwyn was thinking of hopping into a chemical black and white booth to pose with a sheet of glass, in very much the same way I did in this first of a digital series, started in May this year.
After exclaiming about the coincidence of us both having the same idea, I tried to persuade her that my writing a post about her example, is a very fine idea indeed. I hope to be able to present her interpretation of the concept at some point in the near future.
Looking forward to seeing it.
You know, these are interesting shots, but they are a bit off-putting. Maybe that was the idea.
Perhaps you, or better yet Bronwyn, could take this idea of Phil Kneen’s (awesome photographer) into the photobooth:
ARRRRGH! Yes, I hope Bronwyn will be the one to experiment with that technique. Thanks for the link!!
Was painting some Bungendore Bears – thinking of you, hope you’re OK. Cheers Sue
Still not up to blogging much but will post on Mugshots and Miscellaneous today. I hope to stop in to see what you have been up to, too.