on the way out
That's definitely your style.
I like again your creative compo.
- [2006-05-17 8:45]
Your works are always heavy, deep and open to endless possibilities of interpretation. They stand alone and independent, which is something that says a lot about the author and her serious approach to art practiced.
In here I like the use of natural setup to focus and center the attention on the main subject. Dark tones of woods as first lead, followed by white snow as second and the rail as third lead – all an eye can do is focus on the person and crow silhouettes. Standing tall in the rail the person prevents the eye from wandering at the horizon and maintains the vertical attention. The proportionality of bottom negative space is in perfect proportionality to the symmetric space above person / birds, a rule set since antic Greek sculptures.
Etc etc etc etc
Gundega, this is really a wonderful representation.
After Alban...there is not much to say.
I would only suggest something: I am sure a lot of people would take advantage from your critiques, becouse you seem to master this art very well.
I am not speaking about giving/recieving points, only about some help you could give to the Treklensers,(i know for sure i need all the critiques to learn, for an example)
Again, I admire your work.
It's very modern, without loosing tradition and values.Like a good contemporary classic music.
superb PP Gundega... The b&w is perfect and superb...
It makes me think a little of the video "Frozen" from Madonna... But, here, it is more a gothic atmosphere... a vampire in the snow...
- [2006-05-21 11:43]
A very odd atmosphere here, like the old movies of the 20's, The static position of the model add to renforce this odd ambiance, great job.
a great one !!!