Artist Shanna Galloway Documents The Changing Sky Outside Her Hillside Home/Studio

First begun as color studies for a painting using pastels, Shanna Galloway has developed a series of photographs of skies and clouds with their ever-changing and expressive colors.

I welcome your interpretations.

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Thursday, August 5, 2010

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13 comments:

  1. trees hooded in darkness
    against faint evening light
    whispering vespers

    thank you for this day

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  2. Going through your post and reading the interaction between sisters is as beautiful as the skies

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  3. PasAdj: Thank you.

    Interaction...yes, both visual and in the emerging dialogues...

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  4. Lovely progression. This last is my favorite. And PA's so right.

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  5. Jean: Good to see you here. Progressions have been an ongoing interest for me. I see sadness in this one. Judy's words are lovely aren't they?

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  6. Hiker: Good observation. It could easily be a woodblock print.

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  7. This reminds me of ... a Dutch landscape.

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  8. Definitely has a woodblock print vibe. Just came back to view some of my favorites.

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  9. Very nice per the norm!
    But, peak out your studio & notice the skies have changed a bit. They're a bit damp now.

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  10. Cafe: Okay...will do. I've been in Austin, where the temperature changed on Thanksgiving from 80 degrees to 40 degrees. I didn't get any photos of the sky though. I was busy drawing the swans...!...in the hotel lobby.

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