22.06.16 by Staff

Carol Inez Charney Takes Photos of Photos Through Glass Creating Painterly Results

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Artist Carol Inez Charney applies a painterly approach to her photo-based work, rephotographing images through water coated glass so as to purposefully obscure the composition, creating a juxtaposition between abstraction and realism. More images from “Interior Landscape” below.

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