A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
What unusual self-portraits!you add life to this kind of art! :o)
You have become part of the art.Sorry I have not been able to comment lately. Julie and I were in the Middle East for a few weeks, and keeping up with the office consumed all of our internet time.
Very colourful reflections and excellent self portrait Jack, btw I really like the title you've used for this series.
super self-portraits, jack.
Okay. Good for Mr. Lewitt.Re your comment: I do have a memorial on a golf course. It's an old, beat-up ball, stuck in the trunk of a tree. Very fitting for me. :)
Great self portraits, Jack, and the perfect setting! And a great title indeed! Have a great weekend! Enjoy!
as long as i can remember i have been attracted to anything shiny... :D nice!
I didn't realize he did this with reflective paint! Quite a nice touch, especially with the self-portraits:)
Very cool! Well done, Jack.
Cool! One could have all kinds of fun photographing these. Oh wait....you did!
Sounds like a creative idea to use reflective paint. It adds another dimension.
I particularly like the bottom shot!
You are the best part of this exhibition and the hardwood is very nice.
Excellent serie ! I have no favourite here : all three are so delightful.
Outstanding shots, I love them all.Your blog is in my RSS feed now.
Great idea for a self-portrait, Jack!
Good setting for a self portrait, Jack!
Nicely done, Jack. You certainly have gotten a lot of material from your visit(s).
A lot of this looks derivative from Ellsworth Kelly and Frank Stella, but with nice twists. I like the idea of punching a squishy hole in a Kelly look-alike. I heard Kelly give a talk once. He sounded pompous to the point of buffoonery.
Reflective paint? Now, that's different. The first composition reminds me of a Rorschach.
I like the idea of a direct reflecting artwork.
Tres original !
This is really cool!
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