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IC CM Acry Eyebrows EMJ   Leave a comment

IC CM Acry Eyelashes EMJsigsc

This photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light-stretching light is of Discovered Art basically made of brush strokes trying to not make anything in particular.  I used a dark green acrylic paint.  this Image within an Image  seems to resemble an eye lid with eyelashes, but sometimes could be left eye or right eye.-Ernie Moore Jr.

Or closed eye looking one way and another way.  Perhaps an eye is resembled.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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IC CM Grs Twg Sprl Nature Spirits EMJ   Leave a comment

faces and figures in a photodigital camera motion of twigs and grass,images within images

This Camera Motion Image Capture spiral of twigs and grass pulling light stretching light might look to contain faces and figures.  A face looking image caught my attention initially.-Ernie Moore Jr.

IC CM Grass Soft Lighting on Rough Seas EMJ   Leave a comment

photo digital image ocean of green colors with light on it EMJ

This Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light stretching light of grass resembles to me a lighted ocean of green.-Ernie Moore Jr.

IC CM PL Plants of Light EMJ   Leave a comment

Photograph camera motion resembling plants of light EMJ

This image capture camera motion pulling of light seems to resemble plants.  It’s like a section of a garden with light coming down or some such.This is the first style of camera motion I’ve done.-Ernie Moore Jr.

Posted September 16, 2014 by noknowhips in art, EMJ, expression, figures, flowers, green, photograph, photography, posters

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IC CM Flowers Colored Light EMJ   Leave a comment

photodigital image of camera motion image capture of flowers pink, blue, greens and light EMJ

This Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light stretching light is an overall.  The bulk of what I present was an image within an image.  Deliberate looking pieces found by strokes not connected by conscious intention.  Sometime the whole of a photodigital image is something to behold.  No forms to name or label it by.  Perhaps these could be titled total works.-Ernie Moore Jr.