The Arbor Bridge Photograph by Catharine Deever

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Art Description

Photography: Digital, Color, Manipulated, Paper on Paper, Canvas.

Story: On “The Arbor Bridge” wasn’t where I wanted to stand - to take a photograph of what a I saw. . . . The sun was too hot.

So, I found a hole below, near where the water cooled the air.

Later, when I put the photo into my computer – I remembered that what I see isn’t always what I prefer.

I painted over the photograph to share what one can see . . . when the rough edges are imagined away.
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Process: Each photo taken is cropped and toned for a foundation that I think will allow many versions of it to be created from it. Naturally, the original is saved in case I decide to crop and tone a different way for an altogether different approach.

Upon determining a base look, I then experiment with 20 to 60 versions of it - changing colors, applying filters, embedding additional images, digitally painting them and transforming them from a recognizable photograph into an altogether new work.


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The Arbor Bridge

Catharine Deever

United States

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Size: 16 W x 20 H x 0.1 in

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