– An Endless Breath, 2014 –
– Set Me Free, 2014 –
– Complicated Game, 2014 –
This is wonderful, Richard!
Thanks very much, Laura! That’s a lovely compliment.
I really like the first one! Great idea, Richard!
Thanks very much, Anette! Glad you like it – it’s a little different from the paintings I’ve been doing in that both elements were found in this case.
Wow, I love the first image. Subtle and dramatic and beautifully done, Richard.
Thanks very much, George for a lovely compliment. I’m really glad you like it.
like the diversity – 🙂
Thanks very much, Yvette! Glad you like it.
there is a thriller inside the last one…
Thanks very much, Inge. I’m glad it does something.
Richard, you kind of reinvented your style. Stunning pictures.
Thanks very much – that’s a great compliment. Yes, I’m taking a lot fewer shots as a result, but there’s a tighter focus at the moment.
Great stuff, like most on here the 1st image grabs me also really like the 2nd. There is something about the way that the bottle of water is being held in the 3rd that i find intriguing. I really am getting into your new work keep it up.
Thanks very much, Leon – really glad you like the new stuff – it’s a way of doing things I’m getting into – it’s slower, but is closer to what I want at the moment.
Half the fun in getting to were you want is the experimental stage and when it takes more time and effort you know your on to something.
I love “An Endless Breath”!!! Very special
Thanks very much! Really glad you like it!
Three more great images, Richard. The titles are obsure, but so apt. I really love this new stuff that you’re doing! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! It’s a slower process, but I’m enjoying it. 🙂
Great stuff. Love the framing of the lady on the skybridge in the first one. And the third image gives me an impression of something sinister going on – nicely composed.
Thanks very much, Stevie.
Love all three! Fantastic!
Thanks very much, Olga! I’m really glad you like them. I enjoy putting these together.
Fantastic narratives in each image. I’m loving what you are doing here, Richard!
Thanks so much, Karen. I’m really glad you like them. I was trying to find a kind of silence.
Love the soapy window layering in the first shot!
Thanks very much – it was good to find that window – it saved me having to do any painting myself.
Thanks so much, Rabirius!
Love all of them but the first with the play of transparency upon transparency and reflection is genius!
Thanks so much, Ellen – that’s a lovely compliment! These images take longer, but I’m enjoying making them more.
You’re most welcome!
On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 3:21 PM, “The Future Is Papier Mâché” wrote:
> Richard Guest commented: “Thanks so much, Ellen – that’s a lovely > compliment! These images take longer, but I’m enjoying making them more.” >
Love all three Richard, but the third really resonates with me. The evil (surreptitious), bottle of water captures and tickles my imagination.
I’m really glad you like them, Elena. Yes, I wonder what he was thinking while he was doing that. Thanks very much,
I like the shapes made by an upside-down Croydon
Yes, I wonder if the real thing would benefit from that.
We all probably benefit from a little upside-down time!
great work – and you picked the right words to go with them – keep going I’d say
Thanks very much, Katrien.
Three excellent images Richard!
Thanks very much, Jennifer!
Oh, I really love the first image, but they all are very good! Great work!
Thanks so much, Marie!
Hi Richard, I’m really enjoying this series, I particularly like the first photograph. It looks like a poster for a Sci-fi film.
I’m really glad you like them, Cheryl. Yes, it was a strange part of London, that – I felt quite alienated by the buildings. Very corporate.
ciao! the smudges are just the best. i just left vienna,and at the belvedere museum, saw a sculpture that connect to the smudges in your photo(for a moment,thought it was ‘smudges’ on my screen)…just the best…your photo and the connection.
Sounds intriguing – I’m really glad you like the shot! Thanks very much.
Such beautiful series! Love the textures of paint on the glass in the first, the light in the second and the tension you created by framing in the third. Good work!
Thanks so much! I’m really glad you like them.
Adore the furtive mystery in your work Richard. That hand in the final shot pulls them all together so well!
I’m really glad you like them, Patti – I hadn’t thought of it, but furtive is a great word, ha ha.
Agreeing with the majority once again: that first capture is priceless. Well done! I’m a fan of all three as a sort of triptych. Sometimes I wish your blog allowed for horizontal scrolling so one can view all your images at once and side-by-side.
Thanks very much, Billimarie! Yes, I’ll have to see if there’s an alternative blog layout that will do that – this way of presenting is a little frustrating as I always envisage the images next to each other.
perfection from streets !
Thanks so much, Victor! I really like finding my pictures there.
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