Artist Philip Barlow imitates his own portrait by Anthea Delmotte during an art exhibition.
The light was poor and the place busy, very hard to capture.
I like this picture mainly because the several framelines encapsulate the animate and inanimate components of the composition. Plus it was totally unexpected, added to the fun.
Nobody has marked this note useful
Critiques | Translate
CPD66 (644) 2013-03-13 6:14
as a photo the quality is poor. its grainy and the horizontal lines are off.
As far as capturing a moment in time, a unique event its brilliant. living art captured never again repeated. right time right place along with the black boarder is the reason why i love it.