On the principle of “better late than never” here is my offering for the month of March.
I have been so busy creating my new website – and shooting and processing photos for a high school event – that this got pushed to the back of the queue, but finally, here it is:
This image is another candidate for my “Off The Wall” series – where I look for “found” art in “blank” walls and other surfaces which is reminiscent of modern abstract paintings.
This is an image of wood panels that were clearly painted at one time, but have been weathered to the extent that the original grain is exposed. This weathering has also revealed evidence of the process of painting, as paint has been removed over time layer by layer. I love how a few ephemeral straight lines and right angles contrast the natural curves of the now predominant wood grain.