I placed his print on a desk and rephotographed it, catching the light
reflected on its surface in my photo.
The architects talk movingly about the building under renovation: 'there is a wonderful moment when the floors are removed and the entire space is revealed - the rough brick party walls catching the light
streaming in between the broken rooftiles - space inherent in the form, but usually concealed with partitions and floors'.
Is there abreeze passing over the water, making little waves, catching the light
, bending it, spilling it, mixing the colours?
Anthony Stobart will exhibit his pencil and pastel sketches of birds at Washington Wetland Centre, in a show called, Catching the Light
ARCH IS ALL WHITE: The Whittle Arch was catching the light
this morning with its dusting of snow.
An even lar ger work, Linden 2, 2000, is an over-the-top example of Katz's landscape mode, which has degenerated over the years into a kind of trick picture: On a flat, dark ground (this time the color of an army truck), a few deft brushstrokes nudge the viewer to a perceptual closure so the whole thing clicks--in this case, as tree leaves catching the light