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Taken at The Lost Unicorn Gallery for the "Fairy Tale" Competition.
Raw image ( screen shot ), name added.
My own windlight settings, enhanced lighting effects on prims and props.
Water ripples are animated textures on prims.
Thank you so much to Elvina Ewing, Ameshin Yossarian and Evangeline Miles.
A big thank you to Natalie Montagne and SeleneLily Galicia, who never stop caring xx. Big hugs to you both.
Wading through an immense backlog of queued photographs, looking for those of at least moderate interest. No shortage.
Some variety of Hosta bud and flower
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Landscape with Christ and Saint Peter.
Goffredo (Gottfried) Wals (c1590-c1638).
Oil on copper, c1630-38.
This painting’s circular composition and evocative Italian landscape are typical of Wals, although somewhat unusually for him, he included two figures in the foreground. Although it is supposed that the figures are Christ and Saint John the Baptist, the lack of any narrative makes this identification uncertain. The figures might possibly be apostles or Christ and Saint Peter. Wals seemed to reject narrative in most of his paintings, concentrating instead on the landscape and the buildings that populate it, as well as the effects of light. In this painting, the building on the far bank of the river may be based on the Tor di Quinto on the Tiber near Rome.
Dedicated to Art.
The Renwick Gallery is a branch of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, located in Washington, D.C., and focuses on American craft and decorative arts from the 19th to the 21st century. It is housed in a National Historic Landmark building that was begun in 1859 on Pennsylvania Avenue and originally housed the Corcoran Gallery of Art (now one block from the White House and across the street from the Old Executive Office Building). When it was built in 1859, it was known, at the time, as the American Louvre.
This image is created for a new group.
@ Influence Art Gallery
Due to the overwhelming success of the pre-event, the gallery is staging a second Grand Opening party for my first-ever show at the Influence Art Gallery! I really hope you can come today at 1:30 PM SLT to help celebrate - Armon Aeon @ Influence Art Gallery Grand Opening Show...
I am a photographer with experience in film making. I travel often and I am very interested in different cultures and architecture.
Most of my photography is based on landscapes, rural areas and towns of antiquity.
My art projects are created with the use of my own photography which has been styled in an impressionist vein with the use of custom filters.
My style is fine art rather than graphic and I try to emphasize light and color.
I would like to thank The Influence Art Gallery, Yvan Slade, and MacKena Soothsayer for the privilege of showing my work in their beautiful gallery.
On Tuesday night I had the privilege of going to the British Museum after it had closed, and having free reign of the Egyptian gallery with the use of a tripod. It was organised by the nice folk over on Google+ – I know my non-photographer friends don’t seem to see the value in that site, but I think it’s great, and it brought together 30 or so photographers of various skills and styles, and allowed us to meet people whose work we had been following for some time. That, my friends, is awesome.
The above paragraph explains this image really, it was taken in the Egyptian gallery of the British Museum. The sign crossing the path stating ‘Gallery Closed’ was there because the gallery was indeed closed. It would have been easy to get to the other side or shoot around the sign, but I felt including it aided in providing context for the image, as well as a focal point where pure symmetry may not have been enough otherwise.
I didn’t like my initial drunken processing so held back from posting it yesterday, but I re-processed last night, also while drunk, and am much happier with this version.
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I like the National Gallery, though do not visit it often enough. I once created a team quiz which took part inside the gallery and used various aspects of the exhibitions for each of the rounds; that was a fun evening even if I couldn’t actually take part in the quiz myself.
Most of my ‘visits’ there are simply to see it from the outside, like on this occasion. The fountain that you see is from within Trafalgar Square, and though I’ve taken a few similar shots in the past one has never been good enough for me to actually process and post. I liked this one though, as it was still blue hour and I was able to get some movement in both the cloud and the water.
The fountains in Trafalgar Square are pretty aesthetic, however their purpose is to actually break down the area a little, making it harder for mass gatherings and riots to take place.
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I have made that pic for the COLORE Art Gallery
"Si les arbres parlaient "_ World's End Garden 2
ENG: Just like all stations on the underground line U8, this Reinickendorf station has a colourful design. Architect Rainer G. Rümmler used it to refer to the name or the surroundings and chose the colours green, violet, light blue and yellow in the coat of arms of the city that gave the line its name, Lindauer Street, with a view of the linden tree.
The gallery of the underground station Lindauer Aller is unusual, from which the entire station can be seen. It was opened in September 1994.
GER: Wie alle Stationen auf der U-Bahn Linie U8, hat auch dieser Reinickendorfer Bahnhof der Strecke eine farbenfrohe Gestaltung. Mit ihr nahm Architekt Rainer G. Rümmler jeweils Bezug auf den Namen oder die Umgebung und wählte hier mit Blick auf den Lindenbaum im Wappen der für die Lindauer Straße namensgebenden Stadt die Farben Grün, Violett, Hellblau und Gelb.
Ungewöhnlich ist die Empore des U-Bahnhofs Lindauer Aller, von der der gesamte Bahnhof überblickt werden kann. Eröffnet wurde dieser im September 1994.
Back to the Stone Gallery again on a beautiful Saturday morning. This time I purchased a ticket with Gift Aid, so I can visit as many times as I like within a 12 month period!