Wall Art


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I like patterns and especially those that were formed in an apparently random way. That is what this picture is about.

I have played with this image in a number of ways, but decided to offer this version, which is the most complete of the variety of ways in which it could be printed. The number of ways this image could be cropped is only limited by the amount of time one has to play with it.

As evidenced by the foliage in the upper left corner, this is an infrared image, but this fact is only because I happened to have infrared film in my camera at the time.


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3 Responses to Wall Art

  1. ybonesy says:

    I’m fascinated by wall patterns, especially those created by dripping water. Do you remember the hoopla surrounding the tunnel, was in Chicago?, that formed the figure of Virgin Mary?

  2. glsmyth says:

    I think that if you look hard enough and have great imagination, you will be able to find whatever you wish in whatever pattern is available. My favorite was mold in someone’s bathroom that supposedly showed the image of Jesus. He actually sold the mold for over $1,000 on eBay – we should all be so enterprising. Here’s another one with Elvis: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,289439,00.html

  3. ybonesy says:

    That’s a great one, for sure! I once wrecked on my mountain bike and joked that the Virgin de Guadalupe was evident in the resulting scab. She didn’t last long, only about a week. Not nearly long enough for a pilgrimage of any decent size ; – ).

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