Walking 1, 2004
Photo collage on paper
During daily hikes, Ginny Bishton–who began her Walking series in 1998–used a 35mm camera to document local vegetation, focusing on color and tone. After printing the photographs she organized them into piles based on color, then out of hundreds of small circles several millimeters in diameter. Bishton subsequently glued these minuscule dots onto sheets of paper in color-directed patters, resulting in labor-intensive, vibrant photo collage derived from the artist's observations of her surroundings.
Presentation Frame, c. 1785
Oil on canvas
I haven't seen work by this artist, who I now love. His work reminds me of the style of Rembrandt.
The Pope as Wild Man, after 1545
c. 1475-80 to 1528
Head of a Crying Child, c. 1515-20