– Fool (Maskenfreiheit), 2015 –
Ashley Lily Scarlett and I have started a new blog called Between Scarlett and Guest. It’s a dialogue in pictures. You can read/ eavesdrop on the conversation here.
Thanks very much, Cardinal!
Nice work, Richard! The s****e looks like a painting! And ‘fool’? Only ‘if you think it’s over’..! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! Ha ha, yes. I’m afraid I had to edit your comment – I very much dislike the ‘S’ wordl
No worries… What’s wrong with ‘shizzle’? 😉
Terrific, Richard! Wow!!
Thanks so much, Karen! I’m really chuffed you like it.
Thanks so much, Anette!
How completely interesting!
Ha, ha, yes! Thanks very much, Alex.
Excellent composition. Your methodology of constructing a piece is as intriguing as the finished work.
The Fool is the first card in the Tarot and represents wonder, innocence and the first step towards enlightenment.
Thanks very much. Yes, I’m not sure I want to explain my methods on here, although I did tell a man I met in the street earlier today and he seemed quite interested.
That’s really interesting – I’d forgotten about the Tarot. Thanks very much.
Ooooh! Wonderful! That’s you, isn’t it? So, can I line it up for ‘strata of the self’ please?
Thanks so much, my friend! Yes, it’s me – and absolutely yes, please do!
Excellent. Hints of Magritte 🙂
Thanks very much, EllaDee. For some reason it reminds me of de Chirico.
Though it’s elements are more easily recognizable than in your previous abstracts, I noticed I had to look for a long time to take it all in.
Thanks very much, Rabirius. Really glad you like it. Glad it’s got a bit of staying power too.
Du papier sur du ” Bacon ” …!!! C’est gâcher …!!!
Ha ha, thanks very much!
RIP , BACON , dans l’enfer de DANTE …!!!
We are fooled by our own ignorance.
Indeed. Thanks, Marcelo.
That’s so good to read – thanks very much, Elena!
Just so right!
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Patti!
Really proud to see the risks you’ve been taking in this series. I’d comment on all of them only to say the same thing, so I picked this one specifically. Falling in love with the surrealist collage photoshop hyperrealism sensation you’ve crafted through muted tones and hints of vivid color.
As an aside: hehe, I read all of these comments with a British (English?) accent!
Thanks very much, Billimarie. Ha, ha, I wonder what prompted you to do that (I’m sure I’ve just provoked it again)!
I like this series a lot. (I have a soft spot for mixed media and found objects)
Really glad you like them, Cheryl (me too). Think I’m going through a process of refining my imagery…
So fascinating. Love.
Really glad you like this. Thanks very much.
Wow. Utterly captivating. This is an amazing image, Richard.
Thanks so much, Lemony. I’m really glad you like this one – it’s my favourite from this period.
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