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IC CM NDM On The Edge Of Thought EMJ   Leave a comment

Photodigital camera motion image capture of a painting by Neal Delano Martineau called you are only young twice E M J

Photographing a plaque got someone questioning me putting my name on the photograph–and person worked in Graphic Arts as a College teacher at least.  It felt as thought there was a thought-implication of impropriety; except It was a photograph of a metal works No real place for me to be claiming it as mine…the bronze that is.  Here an artist who had become acquainted with me asked me to  continue using my Camera Motion with his Art.  I intend to do a site of camera motion with works of Mr. Martineau’s (Neal Delano Martineau– as the subject.-Ernie Moore Jr.

For now I’m trying to make a time-line.  But I’ve been remiss to post here.  This piece is relevant to work I do and prepared for web posting…Looking just a moment ago there seemed as though one might see a face if not a figure or two of bodies.  Naming pieces can be significant.  I saw an eye and a sword portion–that’s how I took it.  This one might get named something like on the Edge of My Mind to incorporate the thought of sword and the position above the eye which might go to thought or mind.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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IC CM NDM Listening to the Old Brain by Neal Delano Martineau EMJ   Leave a comment

photodigital camera motion image capture of Listening to the old Brain by neal Delano Martineau E M J

Photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture stretching light-pulling light of a photodigital of a work of art called Listening to the Old Brain–http://www.nealmartineauart.com/#!product/prd1/1157102531/%232-listening-to-the-old-brain the photographer hadn’t wanted to be mentioned.  The artist is named Neal Delano Martineau.-Ernie Moore Jr.

This photodigital seems now to have two figures facing three o’clock on the page. However there was initially a concept of a semblance of a European Dragon sharing a phoenix wing. Now its more of a regular bird shape and a left eye perhaps with long eye lashes.-Ernie Moore Jr.