Archive for the ‘acrylics’ Tag

IC CM DA WereWoman Harlequin EMJ   Leave a comment

sepia photodigital resembling morphing female or werewoman badger raccoon fox E M J

This photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light-stretching light might have Image within an Image of a divided face.  It had one kind of animal on one side and a different looking animal on the other half–badger, fox, raccoon.  But it was wearing a blouse loosened atop and a tie or suspenders.  Then there was a profile of an elemental face looking towards the WereWoman.  And now, the center seems to have an eye and eyebrow showing from a open-eye mask covering the nose.  In sepia some of this resembles drawing.  Yet, it is photography.-Ernie Moore Jr.

IC DA Yellow Sky And Clouds EMJ   Leave a comment

photodigital of Yellow strokes of acrylic paint E M J

This photodigital Image Capture of Discovered Art (formally Accidental Art), yellow acrylic on glossy paper.  The shades and tints of yellow almost seemed an interesting sky scape of sky and clouds.  There might be Images within Images, but it reflects my initial interest in Acrylics–to have a significant stroke.  It was important to use the same color or only one color in my acrylics as the strokes have to be better to be noticed when only one color is used.  I had thoughts to photograph acrylic works at differeing angles, catching shadows and forced perspectives.  Yellower yellows and slighter yellows revealing Discovered Art.-Ernie Moore Jr.

IC CM AA Denial EMJ   Leave a comment

photodigital camera motion image capture resembling figures in period clothes E M J

This photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light-stretching light has an Image within an Image.  At first I noticed the left hand side with a hatted reaching-down skeleton face figure (Death came to mind) A small faced Scottsman looking to his left with his Ambrose Burnside side burns joining his beard.  And continuing left-hand to right-hand side a room with two young ladies.  Originally there was on young lady/girl different from the just mentioned two.  With this I named the work “Death Denied.”  Finally after reviewing variations and the relationship of the characters.  In summation, I took-it that The skeleton revealed face was defeated Darkness.  Central was a Guardian or just the beginning of a scene of Light or Life.Later there were three male figures in period clothes top right center…There might seem to be a lamp such as has a candle in it…The street lamp could also perhaps be taken fro the corner of a building…et al.-Ernie Moore Jr.

This is a segment of Accidental Art (Discovered Art-Ernie Moore Jr.).  This is a recent piece.  I hope you and others enjoy my work-I delight in my works–a realization of potentials or perhapses.  While not assigning meaning to the works or those claimed viewed in the works; appreciating such Vastness…some-such perhaps some might say.-Ernie Moore Jr.

IC CM AA Left Half Face EMJ   Leave a comment

The left half of a face on the left-hand side of the image E M J

This Camera Motion Image Capture Accidental Art seemed to resemble apiece that might be considered a painting done by an Actual artist.  I noticed it for the red-blue opposition and what seemed to be perceivable as a left half face.-Ernie Moore Jr.

Ernie Moore Jr.

IC CM AA Facing the Passed EMJ   Leave a comment

Resembles a face with faces and images seeming to go back and get smaller. Red and blue acrylic mixes with camera motion photography EMJ


This Camera Motion Image Capture of acrylics–Accidental Art.  Photography-pulling light, stretching light-Image within an Image seemed to have a face.  Then off to the side, faces and images.  I thought of a television programme called Doctor Who.  Partial faces and passed lives.  Even suggestions of English police boxes.  This is a digital image taken with a digital camera.  It’s important to know, this is an instant the camera captured.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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IC Woman and Child EMJsigsc

Accidental Art–Image within an Image–Making acrylic strokes on foamboard, using one color at a time from a twelve pack of acrylic colors (in small cups). This is a segment of the over-all. This could seem to have an image capture of a woman and child in an embrace. The point of Accidental Art was to provide a guide I could study–mimic strokes to improve my ability at drawing.-Ernie Moore Jr.