Thank you Robert, Viv, Jimmy, Alan and Kelly. I thought blog members would like this one. I dont really care for having my photograph taken, but I think it works. It was a colour shot but I like the B & W. I took several shot from different angles and couldn't use the flash. I think it would have been better with the light off in the room.The hidden harmony is better than the obvious. Alexander Pope (1688-1744)
#6 Sun June 29, 2008 3:54pm
Pretty good conversion. I think the light adds another touch of surrealism.
Well thank you Chris, I wondered if you would comment on this. The art was part of an exhibition of 14 East Yorshire artists, several of whom work in my Art Deparment as teachers. One of the teacher used his home as a gallery and everyone brought one or two peices of their work. It was a great evening, I think you would have loved it - I did.The hidden harmony is better than the obvious. Alexander Pope (1688-1744)
It a college for adults and Art is just one of serveral department that I manage. I don't teach teach anymore and yes it's a great place.The hidden harmony is better than the obvious. Alexander Pope (1688-1744)