alphabet upper case
Piece description from the artist
When I was a little boy driving home at night from my grandparents house, we would pass by a large fountain on the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards. It would be all lit up with different colored rotating lights and we used to try and guess what color it would be lit up when we passed by. Often times driving by I used to squint my eyes to make them water a bit and the movement of the car would make the street and car lights seem like brilliant dancing stars. When I took up photography in 2006 I remembered how much I loved to see the dancing stars and started to take photos of lights at night. I took hundreds of photos of lights with long exposures while I moved the camera to create multiple versions of every letter of the alphabet.
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- 25.0" x 32.0"
- Mixed Media / Digital Photography
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