The Commons, Lookout Mountain, TN, 2009.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Monday, August 10, 2009
Hi John, I've been looking at color chunks for a while but never posted. Don't know if I am doing this the right way, but here goes. I'm down in Amherst, Virginia at VCCA on a residency and went for a walk on a rural road behind the property. The rest of the green barn was completely obscured by the dense vines, but what's there is radiant. Don't know why there is a yellow hydrant on a rural road, or a hydrant at all for that matter. Thanks for doing color chunks!
speaking of the vines(my note): being in the southeast and in the summer one can experience the intense green on green on green monochrome explosion of kudzu.
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
Monday, August 03, 2009
From Rob Hitzig:
After many months looking, I've finally found a color chunk I feel good about. This is an image of the tail of an old water pump windmill in Worchester, VT. I've been riding my bike by it in the mornings for quite a while but today was the first time I was able to get to it on a clear day. After I took the image, I realized how painterly it was, many years of different coats and colors weathered away - more interesting than I imagined it would be from the distance I was biking by it.