Lane Markers? Are those in the bottom photo? I really really like those from what I can see.
Thanks. I've not committed to really photographing them clearly, probably because I don't want to interpret them clearly just yet, if ever. I'm using a range of opacity with the glazes. Some appear very old from one angle and then you move and the metallic ground flashes through. I could go on an on. Let's just say I'm a bit entranced by this metallic on linen surface.
I think I understand the metallic entrancement. Ha. Well, if they're ever "clear," maybe you will post them again?
I think I neeed to videotape them, rather than still photo.
Like, Very much. The Lane Markers.
Thanks Elaine. The formal possibilities are bullying out the subjective ones right now, which is okay. Sometimes a theme hangs in there and surfaces in unexpected ways.
ooo ooo, I've had pathways playing in the back of my mind for a couple of months. Or more precisely, turns in pathways, where one isn't sure what is around the corner. It sort of feels safe, like a shelter, not scary about what lies ahead. On the trails around here, while walking the dogs, I find myself stopping in these little nooks of the path while simply breezing by the traditional "view" spots. I lurv the idea of Lane Markers.
I'd love to see you paint pathways too. It's such a mainstay of traditional painting; it's such an ingrained image.
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