– Newton’s Cradle, 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.
I really do find these things you do exciting
I’m really glad you like them, Ashley. Thanks very much!
Very clever title.
Thank you, Sir!
A nice juxtaposition with the orange series. Another gallery-wall offering! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard!
Thank you, my friend!
Well this is a very strong image Richard!
Thanks very much, Patti!
Ah, Newton’s cradle indeed! Terrific, Richard!
Thanks so much, Elena! Much appreciated.
A thoughtful piece.
Yes, I guess so – I worked on this for over a month. Thanks, Jay.
Great stuff and the feather is the crowning touch!!
Thanks very much, Ellen. The feather was a fairly last minute addition. Thanks!
This is wonderful, and these amaze me over and over – there’s so much going on in the layers, and when it works, they all converge and take flight together. It’s interesting that you inject so much dynamic momentum into the flat plane, and so much depth, but there’s still a lot of two dimensional space there too. They are like updated Rauschenberg combines.
That’s a wonderful compliment, thank you so much, Lynn! I’m really glad you like them. They take between four and eight weeks to complete.
The plastic bag is genius
Thank you so much, Sheldon – much appreciated! I’ve come to really appreciate abandoned plastic bags.
What a great title! I am completely drawn in by this image. I am pulled in by the different manifestations of white lines in the stripes, drips, and even in the feather.
Thanks, Lemony! Really glad you like it. Newton’s Cradles were such a funny idea – I wonder if they’re still in offices up and down the country.
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