This shed series is fantastic. Thanks for the offer to use the textures. I will do something with them for you.
Thank you, Elmediat, I’m glad you like them. And you are very welcome to use them if you wish. I’d love to see what you do to/with them!
I see a person in a big white nightshirt with arms outstretched
Oh! I see her now! She reminds me of me! I’m very fond of white cotton nighties, especially thick white cotton nighties that I can wear as dresses.
It has the feel of a Jackson Pollock!
It sure doesn’t smell like a Pollock! 😀
yes, (Pollock!) i was going to say they look like paintings, super cool.
Hello MBV! Thank you very much and welcome. 😀
I really like this one too, but I am partial to yellows and greys. I thought about this series, and imagined a series of paintings and how much people would like them and then suddenly I thought about how people would react to the actual shed… in its dishevelment and rotting-ness. Funny how reactions to things change depending on what the surroundings are.
It’s just as well, in this case, that odour can’t be captured by a camera phone!
Those cracks(?) are wild, S.E…
I can’t believe how much of this shed looks like it could almost be organic
(mold / lichen, branches, etc…)!
I think the ‘cracks’ are roots. This little shed is beneath steps into the boarding house in which I live. It’s an old house that’s been converted.
Some of the cracks might be actual cracks too! I think this particular image is mostly layers of peeling paint and the concrete underneath.
There’s definitely a host of moulds in that shed though and concrete ‘cancer’ too.
Roots! Not sure why that didn’t occur to me at first!
It didn’t occur to me either! I asked someone else what they thought they might be. ‘Roots’ they said and I thought it likely. 🙂
Who says rot and decay cant be beautiful…us oldies still have a chance
Hello mate! So long as we don’t grow into mouldy oldies! Quick! Find that Tea Tree Oil!
Our society ‘defines’ physical beauty in such a limited/limiting way to my way of thinking/seeing.
The physical beauty of youth is just one type of beauty.
Love these shed images
Thanks, Andrew. Nice to see you here! 🙂
I love non-figurative images. You cand find something new in it everytime you look… It would be great in a big frame and on a wall! This is art.
Oh, thank you, Malin! That’s a very encouraging compliment. Thank you!
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