– I Took Your Name, 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, Rabirius.
Thanks very much, Sheldon – much appreciated.
Very satisfied, are we? All stretched out and comfy looking! Well, get off your ass and started cleaning house.
Ha, ha, brilliant! Thanks very much, Barry. It needs a clean, come to think of it.
Nice image. You got it in the bag with this one! 🙂
Wonderful! I love multiple textures and the clashing colors… all very modern artish…!
Thanks so much, MJ!
Party popper pond life, great work Richard!
Ha, ha, brilliant – thanks very much, Patti!
I keep parsing the title in the context of the image – so many interpretations. Then I look at the image in the context of the title and go round again for more. 🙂
Really glad you like it, Joseph – thanks very much 🙂
I’m enjoying seeing your progression with these images, Richard. They are unique and wonderful.
Thanks so much, Ashley – that’s such a lovely compliment.
Great shapes and colors and interaction between the two and the iconic orange bag!! Really like this series! Best, Ellen
Thanks so much, Ellen – really appreciate your words and I’m glad you like it. More to come…
Richard est un bon citoyen, il prends les noms des gens gens qui jettent leurs ordures sur la voie publique, mais que va t il faire de cette liste , mystère …?!!!
Ha, ha, brilliant! Thanks very much, Laurent!
Really cool work!
Thanks very much, Jennifer!
Another interesting piece in this great series! Will check out the new blog too 🙂
Thanks so much, Mark – much appreciated.
So many implications, all intriguing.
Ha, ha, quite.
Reblogged this on Moorezart.
Fantastic composition, color… This is one I want to touch.
Thanks so much.
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