Quite a few more & more coming, but see them here:
And there are more, and more coming.
They are all in a set on flikr
I have done it. The Gallery with five presentations is ready for viewing. It has been great to select images and make some new ones.
The site is made using WordPress, but not as a blog, more as a website. I have used wp-simpleviewer for the images.
To finish this post: Here is an image in the Gallery that I have not shown before on the blog.
I have heard that traditionally the square format is meant to be hard to compose. Maybe. I am working on my new Gallery, and for some reason I want all images to be square. Not just in the Gallery, I think it began with the prints. I wonder how long this itch will take to scratch?
The Gallery has images from Thousand Sketches and also new ones. Wherever they have been shown before, in whatever format, now they are also square.
What do you think?
Presenting my work is more on my mind right now than making it. Not as much fun, but presentation floats to the top, unbidden. I am thinking about both the world and online. I’ll focus on the latter.
I have changed the name of this blog to “Walter Logeman: Art” with the subtitle In this moment… My art Blog” the reason is clarity. It is still the same blog, I am still “In this moment…” and it is still, as it says on the About Page:
Nothing but art, artists, art talk, art history, art philosophy, pictures and projects. Most of my work and work-in-progress is on this blog.
The clarity seems right because I am working on a Gallery. If you go there now (as I write this) you will see it is heavily under construction.
With the Gallery I can post exhibits, and show work that is complete. Series. Simple. More stable. I sometimes refine an image I have already blogged as I present them to other sites. I will focus on quality.
The first things to be shown there will be my Earth Crosses, of course. Next FLAX.
The Earth Crosses – a series I began as part of the Thousand Sketches and then added to since. I thought it completed in February 2008, but have done some since not in this selection.
The way up is the same as the way down. – Heraclitus
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