everything what you can watch, you can also capture in a photographs




11 comments :

fabrizio said...

exelent photo really awesome

betharr said...

in that moment MyOpera does not work
I can't see your photos (neither mine).
so I'll come back later.

Sil said...

Wonderful photos

DomLOrtha said...

Great report of this exhibition! Really nice work!
have a nice day.

betharr said...

finally I can see.
those are the chiaroscuro I really appreciate. Our colleague is very interested too. :-)
the brick wall gave the artwork a touch of elegance. I like.
these works will be exhibited for how long?
I'm wondering how the artists are proud of themselves or
maybe these are not as perfect as they want... not yet!
Give they a time, I think.

sherri said...

An intriguing set of artwork. I get the feeling the artist was disturbed at the time.

Mathilde Collot said...

A series of very strong and I'm speechless watching your pictures and then the talent of this artist! The drawings are simply superb!

30065 - Javier Martín said...

Clever series Frank. Great work

george said...

In intriguing series of pictures - from both a fine art view point and photographically. The artist maybe disturbed, but he/she displays a beautiful sense of line. Thanks for showing us.

Martina Egli said...

Wonderful capture! I like the pensive pose of the viewer. A very well framed and lit photograph!

Bernard said...

good confrontation between painting and photography
Bernard