Attributed to William Henry Fox Talbot | [Carpenter and Apprentice] | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Though lacking the absolute precision of the daguerreotype and later photographic processes, the paper negative admirably rendered blocks of tone, describing form and space in terms of shaded planes, a quality exploited here to enhance the highly geometric structure of the image
When Life Gives you Lemons. . . Paint! - EmptyEasel.com
It’s not the devil or poor lighting that kills the motivation to create. It’s LIFE. Life wears us down and we use it as an excuse. I have a history of talking to myself, explaining why today isn’t a good day to make art.