Ice paintings are one of my favorite rainy afternoon photography project. It’s easy to accomplish. First, freeze a container of water into ice. A disposable food container works great. Then, set up some lights or use natural light if it’s available. Slowly add your favorite colors of food coloring or acrylic paints and take macro […]
This image was created from a detail of a painting by artist, Cal Duran. I really love the narrow field of focus and creepy feel of this image. I shot it on Tri-X film with my Canon Eos 1N.
This photo is part of a series of photos that I did where I use paint and ice to create unique and changing landscapes of color. I love the temporary aspect of the concept. Every second the composition changes and evolves. Colors mixing and changing.
I am currently working on a series of “Ice Painting” pieces where I use ice and acrylic paint as my substrate and medium and take macro shots of the results. I love these because it’s a way of using both my passions. It’s painting and photography. In February I will be showing these pieces at the […]
. At last year’s artist retreat with The Other Side Arts, I created a series of pieces I call Ice paintings. I really enjoyed creating these photographs. As the ice melted in the hot sun, it created such beautifully rich colors and patterns.