Many thanks Pedro.
I agree wholeheartedly with Pedro!
Thanks Elena. That’s great!!
I love this! I found your site while I was searching for barbed wire images and I stumbled upon this cool piece looking for your contact info. I really like your work and was wondering if you ever give permission to use your photographs. I’m an abstract painter and digital artist and I’m hoping your answer is a definite maybe. 😉 My email and website was given with this comment.
Thank you for your kind comments. In principle the answer to your query is a definite maybe though i would appreciate more information regarding the specific use you have in mind.
Thanks for your reply, Louis. Here’s my idea: I would flip the barbed wire image horizontally and add an inspirational message such as “Wrap not your words in barbed wire but love.” Or kindness – not sure about the exact wording yet, but you get the idea of promoting encouragement instead of hurtful, cutting language. Also, I would create a digital effect for the barbed wire to spell the last word, LOVE. Layering effects would be needed for the end result, but your original photograph would certainly remain the focal point of the art. Should you approve this use of your image (Blog entry: November 22, 2012 · 10:00 am) I would certainly give you full credit as the photographer and include a link of your choosing on my art website.
I’m also interested in A Walk on Wet Sand. As soon as I saw it, the words, “walk in love” came to mind from Ephesians 5. I would retain the minimalist style with the words, “walk in love” to the lower right of the shadow/reflection. Or possibly create an effect for the words, “walk in love,” to BE the shadow or within the reflection. If I were to colorize the couple walking on the sand it would give the impression of a watercolor. It’s been years, but maybe I should get out my brushes and Frisket, and give it a try. I usually work in bold acrylics. Either way, your photograph is the inspiration for the art. Thanks for your consideration.
Thank you Christine. I’m happy for you to go ahead and wish you luck. A link to this blog site would be appreciated.
Less is more!
Christine’s idea sounds interesting – I’ll have to keep a look out for it.
it’s often interesting when one piece of art provides a stimulus for another, even in a different medium.
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