Almost 50 years ago, I dropped acid (LSD) for the first time. I remember staring at a wooden closet door panel for what seemed like a very long time, seeing amazing things in the pattern and then wondering if it wasn’t just a tad insane to spend long periods gazing at a piece of wood. But you have to admit, there’s lots going on here if you let your mind go…
As mentioned in the last post, these are some glass sculptures outside the Lightbox in Woking. I took photographs through them of my classmate, Reeve (who kindly agreed), and myself on the evening of our private viewing of The Gathering (see the Exhibition page for more info.)
On 31st January we held a private viewing of our UCA Photography MFA student work, The Gathering (you can see information about it now on the Exhibitions page). On the way out, in the evening, I stopped to photograph these glass sculptures with variable colored lighting in the entrance park. I couldn’t find any information about them.
I met my classmate, Naoto, at the Centre for British Photography and we went to a bustling, crowded Chinese restaurant he knew where, after a wait, we were directed to a table on the 2nd floor (3rd floor to Americans) and I saw this out the window.
A gold-foil wrapped counter at The Lightbox.
Fixing a Hole
Tide Pool Canvases
Amazing flora and fauna growing in tidal pools in the polygonal rock tops at the Giant’s Causeway in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Here are some examples that look almost like abstract paintings to me.
Click any image to see them all full-size (if you’re seeing this in an email, you’ll need to click through to obBLOGato first).
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