Posted by artknechtion on February 20, 2013
Great Shot! D
Posted by catjoy on December 30, 2012
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Posted by rlroca on November 13, 2012
Posted by fxman on August 25, 2012
Very artistic ! I like the size difference between rock & human .
Posted by zluchetti on August 25, 2012
This is Nice!
Posted by explodeyourmind on June 28, 2012
Captivating! and the way you positioned yourself between those cliffs is so cool, great imagery with the female form Catherin I really love with what you and brian said with the discussion below. It is really moving how you are able to create this gestures along with your body and the surrounding of an environment. Practically anywhere. It gives a whole unique look in your own way and how you see art. It is beautiful and keep doing what you do!
Amazing picture by the way!
Posted by carolinewho on June 27, 2012
Posted by aashton on June 26, 2012
What a surprise! ;-)
Posted by lor on June 22, 2012
Posted by angelicapegas on June 04, 2012
AHHH.. BELLISÍMA PAISAJEN !!! PERFECTA .. SHOWWWW..
Posted by rodeorose on May 29, 2012
Posted by pmaeck on May 29, 2012
could be a wondrous find in an archeological dig; could be an organism taking root in a rock fissure; could be another crime scene. could be all three. could be a fourth, fifth, or six possibility; could be none of the above; but I think it's all of them, alternately and simultaneously.
Posted by aspinwall on May 28, 2012
Posted by bmilcinovic on May 21, 2012
Great work as usual. I love how you contrast the soft lines of the female form with the often harsh and repetitious textures in nature. Also, the flexibility of your model is amazing.
Posted by catherincolaw on May 23, 2012
Brian, I love that you've pointed out the repetitive textures in the rock. Thank you so much for the thoughtful comment. :)
Posted by bmilcinovic on May 23, 2012
Your welcome Catherin, it does seem that you enjoy repetition, whether it be in the form of shopping carts lined up, concrete forms stretching off into the distance, books on shelves, weathered wooden posts, or in this case the rocks. I love how this repetition plays against the unabashed singularity of the human form. It brings up the concepts of conformity vs non-conformity. Though the figure appears to be trying to 'fit in' she will never be just another rock or shopping cart or brick. Just curious, what do you intend these pieces mean? Do you have an overall narrative that you are expressing?
Posted by catherincolaw on June 26, 2012
Brian, thank you for your time and insights. I really like your take on the images. I am incredibly interested in the personal and societal restraints towards nakedness. We can be such a prudish species often embarrassed or humiliated by our own image. I love the idea of breaking free of the unnecessary “moral” terms given to the human body. Thank you so much for asking!! ☺
Posted by aimsumo2012 on May 19, 2012
excited to see a new piece! great work
Posted by pepesel on May 18, 2012
The contrast is terrific! Rock and flesh!
Posted by lordtemplar on May 18, 2012
Thank you so much, Chris!
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