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Monday, November 01, 2010

String Quartet VI




6 comments:

steven said...

so very very good. sid, can you tell a bit about how this was done? steven

Sid Smith said...

Hello Steven,
Debbie and I were standing on a railway platform sheltering from the rain. She looked up and saw that the roof was clear plastic with lots of wet leaves laying on top of it. Years ago I did a piece which involved setting leaves in wet candle wax and then letting it set. Debbie said the leaves on the roof reminded her of that.

veloopity said...

too bad no "like" button here

Chris W said...

To be spoken in a cockney accent: "Aahhh....Leaf it out, mate!" Seriously, though: lovely images and if you didn't know the story behind them they would look like works of art....actually they still look like works of art.

Sid Smith said...

Hey there Christian - the art is all around us just waiting to be seen if you take the time to look up or around or take notice of what's going on around us.

Chris W said...

I know, Sid. Nature makes wonderful art and we're reminded of that every day. I spend two or three evenings a week trotting down to the beach at Whitley (with MP3 player) for a bit of exercise. Amazing views in light or darkness and in virtually all weather conditions.

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