Thursday, November 8, 2012

Compromised Surface

Compromised Surface - Image c 2012 Lynda Lehmann

Wonderful tactile surfaces and textures abound in our everyday reality. Not only do they tell something of the history behind the weathered object, they stand on their own as intriguing abstractions and objects of art.  This particular surface evokes a reflective winter lake landscape for me. What do you see in it, besides scratched and peeling paint and rust?

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Lynda!

    This compromised surface reminds me of the beach - I don't know why. I look at it and I hear the sound of the waves and I smell the scent of wet sand, under a clouded sky.

    It is simply beautiful, darling.



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