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Tuesday, September 16, 2014  "UNTITLED - The Concave Dish" by Anish Kapoor (2010)  "A mirror reflects a man's face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses." ~  General Colin Luther Powell  The "Dream Cars" were the stars, but there were some awesome art pieces, too. This one was my favorite in the permanent collection. The colors reflected are from the clothes my hubby and I were wearing, as well as those of others who were standing in close proximity. Amazing!  "In his remarkable body of work Turner Prize-winning artist "Anish Kapoor has combined art and science into a layered, multi-sensory experience for his audience. He employs a familiar form in Untitled—the concave dish—in order to create the uncanny sense of limitlessness through the myriad fractured reflections of the viewer in its surface and the astonishing acoustic effects that its concave form produces. The surface’s triangular patterning is a result of Kapoor’s interest in fractals, wherein multiples are equivalent to the whole. Kapoor’s work invites discovery and provides an endlessly engaging experience for its audience."   Artist Name:  Anish Kapoor Nationality & Life Dates:  British, born India, 1954 Title:  Untitled Date:  2010 Medium:  Stainless steel Dimensions:  118 1/8 x 118 1/8 x 24 inches Credit Line:  Purchase with funds from the Robert D. Fowler Family, J.J. Haverty Memorial Fund for the J.J. Haverty Collection, Katherine John Murphy Foundation, 20th-Century Art Acquisition Fund, Norman Bluhm, Dr. Harold and Elaine Levin, Audrey Taylor Strohl, Lawrence Rubin, Southeastern Annual Exhibition Purchase Award, The Helena Rubenstein Foundation in honor of the Rich’s Inc. Centennial, Mark and Judith Taylor, David Kenney, Dr. and Mrs. Max Ellenberg, Paul Reed, Aaron Cohen in memory of his mother, Tirca Karlis, and Ida Fox Berkowitz Accession Number:  2010.303  ~ Reprinted information from here: http://www.high.org/Art/Permanent-Collection/CollectionDetails.aspx?deptName=Modern and Contemporary Art&objNum=2010.303&pageNumber=4  My complete "High Museum of Art" 2014 gallery is here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/Museums/High-Museum-of-Art-2014/  High Museum of Art 1280 Peachtree Street, N.E.  Atlanta, GA 30309 Official website: http://www.high.org  ***#10 photo of the day***  (photo taken 7/25/2014)  My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com
09-12-2014 - Vigilant Sheriff on the Lookout         Link to Photo in Color Without Frame      Thank You for Making this Daily Photo  the #4 Pick on 09-12-2014
050211  Tree in Shohola Falls    Long week last week with the shutter failing on my Nikon D50 and computer problems at work. Took a drive to Delaware Water Gap over the weekend to get away. Trying to adjust to my D60 but I liked my older camera.
Red Walls and Reflection deep in Glen Canyon
026 Jan 26/12 A co-worker at work.
'Blowing Bubbles'...03/30/2011...    Getting a tiny bit closer to where I would like to be...had about 30-40 minutes yesterday to roam about the yard...found this and a few other things...
09-16-2014 - Looking for Letters and this image was edged out by another...  Shaped Like a "r" this is an abstract of a Piece of Art         Link to Photo  Without Frame       Thank You for Making this Daily Photo  Tied for the #4 Pick on 09-16-2014
Lars Loves Lollipops.  Kresten Refslund
SEPT 16 2014 Was not going to post this but yes, Got it down some how.
This one was a bit of a stretch for me.  I thought I'd let people try to guess what the original subject was.  If you think you know, you can confirm your ID here:  http://smu.gs/1nZeJ85  DP259-2014  Posted September 16; created ditto from a photo taken September 9 After cropping the original, I applied a couple of filters.  The colors in the original are pretty much as you see them, but not as vivid and contrasty.  Title:  Abstract - Mystery in Rust and Black  IN7856
1-16: Thursday morning we woke up to thick fog again. It lasted till about noon. I was able to go out on my lunch break and take some shots along the river right after the fog lifted. The fog had frozen to the tree branches and bushes. I was able to get some shots before it all melted.
Atlantic way -    The bridge on the atlantic ocean  in Norway.
"The River Flows"  On my way home from an appt. today I stopped at one of my favorite fishing spots on the Rockaway River in my town to grab this capture. Too bad I didn't have a set of waders in my car to get the little water fall that is located just below this scene but I have to be UNDER the bridge I was on in order to get it in the frame LOL. So you'll have to settle for this one.    I love the little water flow control house that is dilapidated here, it adds a nice rigid feel to the scene. I've watched the roof continue to collapse over the years and soon it will just fall in completely. This is one of the best trout spots around here and they stock the river just upstream weekly during trout season from the farm with tags on them so you know if you caught a wild or farm bread fish. The mountain you see in the background is part of the Picatinny Arsenal where they develop & test new weapons for the military.    Anyway, it was an overcast day here as you can see and it really brought some nice contrast into the picture that I liked. I had to make slight levels adjustments to bring the clouds out a bit more and then some selective dodging & burning to the shadow areas but not much more to this one. Oh and a slight filter applied to bring the colors up a bit since it was so dark here. 10 min. of work and it was finished. So I hope you enjoy this next addition to my fall colors month - I hope you all have a fantastic weekend and get out there to enjoy the crisp clean fall air ;)    ALTERNATE VERSION: You can see a second version in SEPIA of this image in my EXTRAS Gallery BY CLICKING HERE    Best Regards,  ~Bill~
Bayview Sunrise, Bayview TX    I think it's a good thing that I'm not going to be living this close to the bay when we move TX, otherwise I'd probably spend all my time on the docks.  I really love seascape photography when I get a chance to do it.  I really like how the long exposure effect smoothes out the water and of course the sunrise reflection.    This is a two exposure HDR and the exposure times are 8 and 15 seconds.  I use Photomatix Pro, version 4.1.3, but thanks to Art's question yesterday have now updated to 4.2.3.  In Photomatix I use tonemapping.  See my post yesterday for more info an links to Trey's HDR tutorial.  Yesterday I also provided links to a new lighting show with Joel Grimes on Framed Network called Lit up, check out  episode seven.  Lastly, Creative Live is broadcasting live and FREE all weekend.  The workshop is titled "Sales Sales Sales," taught by photo business guru Tamara Lackey.  I have seen Tamara's previous workshops on Creative Live and she really knows business.  Creative Live broadcasts replays all night long so you have two chances (or three if you stay up really late) to catch it.      Daily photo: July 21, 2012, taken July 5, 2012
I took this picture at an exhibition of Eduard Munch's drawings. Was awarded gold medal from our national Photographic Society
Tuesday, September 16, 2014

"UNTITLED - The Concave Dish" by Anish Kapoor (2010)

"A mirror reflects a man's face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses." ~ General Colin Luther Powell

The "Dream Cars" were the stars, but there were some awesome art pieces, too. This one was my favorite in the permanent collection. The colors reflected are from the clothes my hubby and I were wearing, as well as those of others who were standing in close proximity. Amazing!

"In his remarkable body of work Turner Prize-winning artist "Anish Kapoor has combined art and science into a layered, multi-sensory experience for his audience. He employs a familiar form in Untitled—the concave dish—in order to create the uncanny sense of limitlessness through the myriad fractured reflections of the viewer in its surface and the astonishing acoustic effects that its concave form produces. The surface’s triangular patterning is a result of Kapoor’s interest in fractals, wherein multiples are equivalent to the whole. Kapoor’s work invites discovery and provides an endlessly engaging experience for its audience."

Artist Name: Anish Kapoor
Nationality & Life Dates: British, born India, 1954
Title: Untitled
Date: 2010
Medium: Stainless steel
Dimensions: 118 1/8 x 118 1/8 x 24 inches
Credit Line: Purchase with funds from the Robert D. Fowler Family, J.J. Haverty Memorial Fund for the J.J. Haverty Collection, Katherine John Murphy Foundation, 20th-Century Art Acquisition Fund, Norman Bluhm, Dr. Harold and Elaine Levin, Audrey Taylor Strohl, Lawrence Rubin, Southeastern Annual Exhibition Purchase Award, The Helena Rubenstein Foundation in honor of the Rich’s Inc. Centennial, Mark and Judith Taylor, David Kenney, Dr. and Mrs. Max Ellenberg, Paul Reed, Aaron Cohen in memory of his mother, Tirca Karlis, and Ida Fox Berkowitz
Accession Number: 2010.303

~ Reprinted information from here: http://www.high.org/Art/Permanent-Collection/CollectionDetails.aspx?deptName=Modern and Contemporary Art&objNum=2010.303&pageNumber=4

My complete "High Museum of Art" 2014 gallery is here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/Museums/High-Museum-of-Art-2014/

High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Official website: http://www.high.org

***#10 photo of the day***

(photo taken 7/25/2014)

My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014  "UNTITLED - The Concave Dish" by Anish Kapoor (2010)  "A mirror reflects a man's face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses." ~  General Colin Luther Powell  The "Dream Cars" were the stars, but there were some awesome art pieces, too. This one was my favorite in the permanent collection. The colors reflected are from the clothes my hubby and I were wearing, as well as those of others who were standing in close proximity. Amazing!  "In his remarkable body of work Turner Prize-winning artist "Anish Kapoor has combined art and science into a layered, multi-sensory experience for his audience. He employs a familiar form in Untitled—the concave dish—in order to create the uncanny sense of limitlessness through the myriad fractured reflections of the viewer in its surface and the astonishing acoustic effects that its concave form produces. The surface’s triangular patterning is a result of Kapoor’s interest in fractals, wherein multiples are equivalent to the whole. Kapoor’s work invites discovery and provides an endlessly engaging experience for its audience."   Artist Name:  Anish Kapoor Nationality & Life Dates:  British, born India, 1954 Title:  Untitled Date:  2010 Medium:  Stainless steel Dimensions:  118 1/8 x 118 1/8 x 24 inches Credit Line:  Purchase with funds from the Robert D. Fowler Family, J.J. Haverty Memorial Fund for the J.J. Haverty Collection, Katherine John Murphy Foundation, 20th-Century Art Acquisition Fund, Norman Bluhm, Dr. Harold and Elaine Levin, Audrey Taylor Strohl, Lawrence Rubin, Southeastern Annual Exhibition Purchase Award, The Helena Rubenstein Foundation in honor of the Rich’s Inc. Centennial, Mark and Judith Taylor, David Kenney, Dr. and Mrs. Max Ellenberg, Paul Reed, Aaron Cohen in memory of his mother, Tirca Karlis, and Ida Fox Berkowitz Accession Number:  2010.303  ~ Reprinted information from here: http://www.high.org/Art/Permanent-Collection/CollectionDetails.aspx?deptName=Modern and Contemporary Art&objNum=2010.303&pageNumber=4  My complete "High Museum of Art" 2014 gallery is here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/Museums/High-Museum-of-Art-2014/  High Museum of Art 1280 Peachtree Street, N.E.  Atlanta, GA 30309 Official website: http://www.high.org  ***#10 photo of the day***  (photo taken 7/25/2014)  My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com
Tuesday, September 16, 2014

"UNTITLED - The Concave Dish" by Anish Kapoor (2010)

"A mirror reflects a man's face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses." ~ General Colin Luther Powell

The "Dream Cars" were the stars, but there were some awesome art pieces, too. This one was my favorite in the permanent collection. The colors reflected are from the clothes my hubby and I were wearing, as well as those of others who were standing in close proximity. Amazing!

"In his remarkable body of work Turner Prize-winning artist "Anish Kapoor has combined art and science into a layered, multi-sensory experience for his audience. He employs a familiar form in Untitled—the concave dish—in order to create the uncanny sense of limitlessness through the myriad fractured reflections of the viewer in its surface and the astonishing acoustic effects that its concave form produces. The surface’s triangular patterning is a result of Kapoor’s interest in fractals, wherein multiples are equivalent to the whole. Kapoor’s work invites discovery and provides an endlessly engaging experience for its audience."

Artist Name: Anish Kapoor
Nationality & Life Dates: British, born India, 1954
Title: Untitled
Date: 2010
Medium: Stainless steel
Dimensions: 118 1/8 x 118 1/8 x 24 inches
Credit Line: Purchase with funds from the Robert D. Fowler Family, J.J. Haverty Memorial Fund for the J.J. Haverty Collection, Katherine John Murphy Foundation, 20th-Century Art Acquisition Fund, Norman Bluhm, Dr. Harold and Elaine Levin, Audrey Taylor Strohl, Lawrence Rubin, Southeastern Annual Exhibition Purchase Award, The Helena Rubenstein Foundation in honor of the Rich’s Inc. Centennial, Mark and Judith Taylor, David Kenney, Dr. and Mrs. Max Ellenberg, Paul Reed, Aaron Cohen in memory of his mother, Tirca Karlis, and Ida Fox Berkowitz
Accession Number: 2010.303

~ Reprinted information from here: http://www.high.org/Art/Permanent-Collection/CollectionDetails.aspx?deptName=Modern and Contemporary Art&objNum=2010.303&pageNumber=4

My complete "High Museum of Art" 2014 gallery is here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/Museums/High-Museum-of-Art-2014/

High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
Official website: http://www.high.org

***#10 photo of the day***

(photo taken 7/25/2014)

My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com

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