11 April 2016

Shadow Play

During the winter months a couple of years ago, I discovered that the morning sun streaming through a ground-level window produced a parallelogram of light against one wall and caught a small piece of sculpture sitting on a table just so, making for an intriguing shadow.  

It got my attention, so I fooled around with positioning, took the picture with my iPhone and went to work with the Pix filter.  Here's the result:


As the days went by, I looked for more opportunities to use that space and light to create other "shadow" pieces.  One of them has as its centerpiece a calabash favored by my late father. Again, I used Pix . . . and a bit of creative titling.

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