– Blemish, 2015 –
Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog together called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can follow the course of the conversation here.
A particularly fine muted palette, Richard. And I like the strategically positioned circles that you’ve been using lately. Oh, and of course I like the ‘A’.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Glad you like the circles – more to come…ha, ha, yes – I like the A too.
C’est l’ Anarchie dans le couple ou quoi …!!! Kiss cool it’s a joke …!!!
Ha, ha, quite!
Just love this, the colors, the unique subject, its abstraction… Si many good things.
I’m really glad you like it, Ellen. Thanks very much.
I became slightly obsessed with this wall – I took loads of shots of it. I’ve not found anything with the same rich colour…
Really like the muted colours you have used here, appeals to my phobia of colour!
Thanks very much, Teresa! I like muted colour, and it seems to suit this way of working.
A really effective image, Richard. This could easily be an advert, or the front page of one of those home/lifestyle magazines! I am really, really liking the artistic journey you’re taking here.
Oh no… I said ‘journey’… I wholeheartedly apologise!!
Thanks very much, Richard.
Reblogged this on ckponderings and commented:
Richard is really taking his photography to an exciting new level here!
Great job on this piece Richard.
…love that teal streak down the middle
I’ve got a feeling that’s the ghost of some graffiti.
Thanks very much, John.
I’m enjoying the new blog very much!
Great, me too! Ashley’s brilliant.
A wonderful blemish of Art!
Thanks so much, Patti!
This is a shift into graphic design, and again I love the textures you’ve used. This is a beautiful piece.
Thanks very much, Cheryl – that’s such a nice compliment. Yes, I think this could be the back cover of a book I’m sort of working on (very slowly).
Brilliant, these just get better
Thanks very much, Leon!
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