Jasmine Shaw

Jasmine Shaw

West Yorkshire / Art,Textiles,Dance
Jasmine Shaw
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This set of images is both simple and complex. I like how to dancer has a plain background so there's not a lot going on and the focus is on her. The techniques used is probably multiplicity also layers of images.

Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama has an interesting series of photos simply titled, “Nude.” Each image shows an abstract flesh-colored shape that’s created by a nude subject dancing in front of the camera. Although the photographs look like long

"Quiet Prelude" by Scott Mattlin Oil Hire this artist to paint a wedding portrait

Can hardly WAIT to take oil painting classes from this amazing artist! "Quiet Prelude" by Scott Mattlin Oil Hire this artist to paint a wedding portrait

Jan Masny: (Five Images) Part 1 I like the almost obscure way in which the first image has been capture, the overlapping bodies in conjunction with the layered material creates a busy image and focal point/s. I do like how they have been captured to fill the frame. I really like the colours and lighting in the second image, I like this image is a bit more simply in terms of subject composition than the first image. I also like that the dancers are all doing something similar. In the third

I love the shapes. The flowing fabrics and the strong lines of the dancers' bodies are a beautiful contrast, and all together they contort themselves into these organic shapes that are both graceful and powerful. Just begging for a sculpture!

Dancer: Kate Byrne Photographer: Andy Bate

Dancer: Kate Byrne Photographer: Andy Bate- tax prep helps focus my mind on something else. I miss my tax prep buddies.