Edge of Darkness

The Edge of Darkness

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4 Replies to “Edge of Darkness”

  1. The medium used starts with photography, in this case it was broken pieces of glass on the road… I find disused remnants of discarded materials makes for interesting photography….

    Anyway then its worked on with digital effects, here I introduce different contrasting and colouring to create tones and shadows to form a depth of field that goes beyond the initial glance, because I want the viewer to find there own ‘Edge’….

  2. I love the colors….
    its as if I am standing on the boardwalk that with one step further I would be in the Milky Way….the edge of infinity…
    Beautiful Lee…
    I am always picking up someones discarded throw-aways…someone told me once I collect broken things…I guess I do….
    I am sure there is a psychological reason in there somewhere….but I like to think all things have beauty if put in the right space…
    Take Care…)0(
    maryrose

  3. That’s exactly it! Yes like beachcombers we both collect the disowned and bring them into a new place, for we see some kind of ‘quality’ in a rough piece of wood, glass, iron and stone. By nature these raw materials give us all a we need to sculpt / paint… we just complete the process by our observation, and intention (or rather non-intention)… then we see wabi sabi at work: non-permanence and imperfection unfolding together. At the same time there is wholeness and there is love in the detail, each knot in the wood, splinter of glass, each dried petal…

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