It is time to spend a brief post about something we found in the storage closet. Why are we doing this? Well, We introduced this art work back when there were less than 200 followers of our art on social media and this blog. Now there are over 3300! That’s a lot of people who never got to experience our earlier works!
Since the lifeblood of a gallery is the ability to present the work of the artist they represent it is necessary to cleverly reintroduce older works of an artist in with newer ones. Besides, and I know this to be quite true, very few people will look at 150 pieces of art all at the same time. So, as an artist’s list of works continue to grow it is necessary to reintroduce older ones to present how the artist has also changed over time.
So from our finely aged collection of photographic art, I’d like to once again present Blanket of Green.
You can discover it and other collectibles here.
This work is a close up shot of the rigid back top of a banana leaf. Hundreds of black lines cascading down the leaf highlight the natural yellows and greens found in nature. They also provide a sense of depth and contrast as the lines of the leaves at the upper left seemingly flow in a direction quite different from the bold bark shade lines of the leaf on the right edges of the photograph.
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