Wednesday, June 3, 2009

in the woods

i felt that my recent thoughts on form were based on natural shapes, but the space that they occupied was equally, if not more important. they needed an environment that they would seem comfortable in, so i took some pictures in the woods at gretna and found that the shapes sat in

the natural surroundings... well... quite naturally. i wanted to show the intimacy between the form and the surfaces it came in contact with as well as the association between the collective pieces. (i also threw in some horse hair pieces cause i like the red and green contrast.) the whole album is up on facebook too.