Part of my process has been to push past my limitations–in essence to see differently–to reach. Thus, as I reach, I am playing with fountains and trees (yes they are sculpted trees) and the sky.
A big reach for me is to see images in a color “other than” what its reality is. This may be stepping back in time to the Black and White days, or applying copper as I did here.
This one is my favorite. Look how the bark on the sculpted tree comes to life. The “sunset” brings up the detail and color.
Mystic, daydream, we are entering summer. I watched teenage girls at the beach, and park texting while walking. I thought of the days I laid about as a cat, lazy. Not constantly connecting. I sought disconnect.
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Posted on June 18, 2009, in Biz Realted, Magic Lands, Memory and Memoir, Photography, Water Worlds and tagged Farmer's Market, Images by Kim Nixon, Photos by Kim Nixon, Tree Spray Series. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.