Friday, 19 February 2016

Wall Poetry

I sometimes think there is nothing quite as evocative as the multi-layered manuscript that is a wall in a public place. An example of what palaeographers call a palimpsest. If I had the patience and the skill, I would probably make paintings like these. But – even better – I have a camera.

1 comment:

Kent Wiley said...

Landscapes are fine, but walls and windows are better. Who needs paints and brushes when we have software to push electrons around.