Photos by Clarke Tolton.
It’s nice, but what is it about?
The image of the woman through the car window is perfection.
not sure that’s a women…
LOOK AT THAT KIDS STRUT in the third! Wow, I’m charmed.
What is it about? I hate this art school mentality that all these photos have to have some “meaning”. Great photos, especially like the first one.
Spot on Dick. Art doesn’t have to have some deep seeded message or meaning. That’s half of the beauty of it, and a lot of people lose sight of that these days.
yeah agreed dick and davidisrestless spot on. as for david kus just looked at your blog and doesnt look like any of your photos have more ‘meaning’ than these, if any at all. dont see what you mean by your question.
the first photo represents the characteristics of great painting. the closer brim of the pool, the drain and skater all lie on the focal point to put a vertical emphasis that spreads towards the bottom. the shadow of the farther brim onto the bottom of the pool is an odelisque like those seen in the venus of urbino or olympia by manet, which is balanced by the pendant which is the shadow of the person standing by the steps. very well done.
A selection of new work by our friend, Toronto-based artist Winnie Truong. Love love love these. Click here for previous posts. More images below!
Mississippi-based artist Allan Innman explores the world of make-believe through fantastical paintings of toys and other memorabilia. See more images below.
A selection of paintings by self-taught artist Carl Beazley (click here for previous post). More images below.
Photographer Siân Davey chronicles her teenaged daughter’s adolescent years in her ongoing series. Click here for Davey’s previous project on her youngest daughter Alice. More images from “Martha” below.
A selection of work by illustrator Marina Muun from Vienna, Austria. Click here for previous post. More images below.