Architecture of the soul
April 2, 2015 § 3 Comments
Tagged: art, black&white, photography, Visual Arts, visual culture
I really like this and I wish I had it in front of me to examine. From a distance I want it to be the work of a #8 graphite pencil and looking closer I want it to be tangible and placed atop a broader canvas. Pleasing image.
Thank you for your nice comment, you touch the very core of my work, it is an analog picture, I have an illustration background and I like to explore the boundaries of the 2 dimensional-state and make the crossover to 3D.
Very cool, I’ll keep up with your future work. JM.
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