Creating sculpture that transforms the massed detritus of everyday life.
It's cool. Is there a point of entry or is it entirely hollow? I might think playing with depth of field might get some different results. -- Your work is inspiring!Lynda
Hey, thanks! It's kind of Death Star shaped right now - open on one quarter, and still mostly hollow. I have a new camera, but it doesn't offer much in the way of depth of field - I may have to pay someone to take better photos.In part because it is so hard to photograph, I'm thinking about putting it into an upcoming unjuried community show, in order to get more feedback on it.
Get really close to it with the camera. It will have no choice but to blur out what is right in front of the lens but then it should focus on the other side. It won't be a good overall shot but it might be a nice detail that will show the center as hollow...
I can't help with the photo, but the piece has a really great feeling of both growth and containment. I love the imposed contrast. It has a sort of energy field about it, yet I am held at bay because of the thorn-like quality. Love it!
Wendy, that is such great feedback, since what you describe is right in line with what I'm trying to convey - thank you!
The pushing and pulling, specifically.
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