Friday, April 07, 2006





~ Foundation 1

~ Foundation 2

- (click image for a larger view)

"Foundation 1" and "Foundation 2" are now available at Art166.com.

They are conveniently offered in a variety of sizes, priced from $35.00 - $95.00 US, in the "Lensitivity" gallery.

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The Backstory -

I love shooting pictures of trains! Luckily, they tend to be cooperative and
photogenic models, and are always on their best behavior.

Well, not always . . .



16 comments:

  1. Some very interesting work you are doing here. I shall be back.

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  2. Thanks, Poet! You're always welcome at Art166!

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  3. You've done some stunningly beautiful work. Great stuff!

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  4. John, great to see you here!

    Your wonderful compliment is exactly the boost I need in a week when I haven't sold a single piece. Hearing "stunningly beautiful work" should keep me going for quite awhile! Thank you kindly!

    Now, go have one of your "Blak" thingies, "virtually" on me!

    ~ W. J.

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  5. Thanks for dropping by my blog today.

    I love your art!

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  6. Such texture!! And colour. I like the compositions too. I can almost here the creeking, squeeking metal and the rattling along the rails.

    I love trains. Interesting ones like these anyway. And steam trains of course!!

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  7. Thanks, Diana!

    Your "belly" post gave me nightmares!

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  8. Thanks, Snoo!

    Oooh, I wish I could find some good steam engines to shoot! Where on earth do you find them these days?

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  9. It is better than trees. But then I am into model trains and I like any kind of train picture.

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  10. I too think the train pictures are wonderful, but the ones of the trees just below are lovely as well. I am always delighted to see your blog pop up.

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  11. Thanks very much, ThreeCollie! I'm always delighted to see (read?) you here!

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  12. W.J. you turned these metal train wheels into colorful polished shining sculptures. Very Awesome! Lynette

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  13. Thanks, Lynette! Unfortunately for me, there were no orbs floating around the train yard!

    Maybe next time!

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  14. Plenty of steam trains in England. Never shot one though. Except a couple of mini ones!!
    Now on my list of 'to shoot'.

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  15. You live in Texas?

    We have a steam train that you can ride....

    Search for The Texas State Railroad. It runs between Rusk & Palestine... Makes a great day trip and is VERY photogenic!

    Thanks for stopping by! BTW- I love train pics....

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