A Collection of Distortions
Baxter Park Painting by Jann Alexander ©2014
“It’s good to have certain restrictions sometimes, but it’s definitely more fun to play really loud, with distortion.”
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Upside Downside by Jann Alexander © 2014
Morning in the Refuge by Jann Alexander ©2014
Wavy Barton Reflections by Jann Alexander ©2013
Mirrored, No. 2 by Jann Alexander ©2014
From the Pier by Jann Alexander ©2014
Oil and Water by Jann Alexander © 2009
Austin Upsidedown by Jann Alexander ©2014
Many Rooms by Jann Alexander © 2014
Water Colors by Jann Alexander © 2010
Do you like your reflections hazy, indistinct, their edges running amok like sunnyside-up eggs when they first hit the pan? Before you answer, take in yesterday’s “A Collection of Reflections“ to compare these distorted refractions of pattern to some very distinct and crystal-clear mirror image reflections. Then you’ll be able to respond a bit more clearly about distortions. ♣
Are you a fan of crystal-clear mirror images like these? (Have you ever been told you have OCD?)
Or do you prefer the indiscretion of these distorted reflections? (Has anyone ever suggested you’re disorganized)?
More evidence that I enjoy capturing patterns, light and reflections can be seen HERE in my Lightscapes series. To order prints, starting from $45, contact me.
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