MOPA

December 6, 2010 § Leave a comment

The photograph that most captured my attention was by Jerry N. Uelsmann. It was a gelatin silver print and there was a nude woman laying down on what seemed to be clouds near the ground. It seemed as if she was floating. The rest of the images are narrow trees that draw you in towards a mysterious path.I was not able to find this photograph online but it was called Room #1 1963. I did find a similar one where he uses the clouds and the nude women just that there was different scenario in the background. I notices that most of his photography gives you a sense of mystery. Even some of the images gave me the creeps. I really loved how his work can give you that sense of mystery and intrigues you to learn more about it. I was also inspired by the middle room where it displayed work from different children of different ages to express themselves and who they are. It was interesting to see how the different ages displayed themselves or who they are.

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