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Yesterday I met this lady artist in a room where things were wrapped in reflective foil.

 

I suggested the older one gets the more reflective one becomes..

YESTERDAY

 

 

Yesterday I met this lady artist in a room where things were wrapped in reflective foil.

 

I suggested the older one gets the more reflective one becomes..

comments (17)

  • Robbyne
  • United States
  • 2 Jun 2015, 03:14
The many uses of foil...
Chris: A photographer's dream Robbyne, all those reflective surfaces to play with..
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 2 Jun 2015, 05:04
Ha Ha

If this is an example of her "art", Chris, then I am thinking of querying her claim to being an Artist...more a trainee wrapper I feel.
Chris: I will have you know we had a long and incisive discussion on the subject of art, life and general philosophy
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 2 Jun 2015, 06:45
My grand kids would have thought that Christmas had come early and would have had great fun ripping the wrapping off.
Chris: Ripping it off: the very thought of it!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 Jun 2015, 07:03
Oh, a charming lady artist (Polish?) who seems to be pleased to meet such a kind gentleman! I wish the trousers were also differently coloured. 'foil' is surely the German 'Folie'.
Chris: She was Russian actually Philine, trying to make her way in the world of art, a difficult business..
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 2 Jun 2015, 07:31
Somehow her choice of trousers doesn't go with an arty artist, but I take your word for it, Chris, as I read you have had "in-depth conversation".
Chris: My visits to such establishments are designed to be a form of kindly interrogation Lisl
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Jun 2015, 07:54
Art.. but not as I know it. In that case, I will be artistically wrapping my salmon fillets in foil before bunging them in the oven at some point this week. Perhaps I should be an exhibition of myself (rather than a spectacle)?
Chris: You said it!
Foil is very useful for wrapping things in
Chris: Yes but if you were a PHOTOGRAPHER you would appreciate its inherent reflective qualities..
On reflection Tiff, I think there is something in this wrapped up stuff.
Chris: There can be no gainsaying that Chad
Funny how the reflections work. She is reflected in the cube but her chest seems to be much bigger there and her head is but a wisp.
Chris: Agreed that is rather strange Mary
I agree with you about reflections, Chris, but some art forms I have difficulty coming to terms with, but, one must try to keep an open mind, she looks like a fun person,good luck to her.
Chris: Well she was making an effort Frank
She loks pleased and confident with her work Chris
Chris: Yes she does Janet, which is nice
I would be very interested in seeing what kind of box is beneath the foil wrap, Chris.
Chris: I'm afraid we will never know that Bev..
Rather strange idea, but when she takes it apart there's plenty to cook a few Turkey's under.
Chris: Hahaha - too true!
Curses--foiled again! (so to speak)
Chris: On reflection that's a good comment Larry
Some time back I showed a picture of the Arts Tower of Sheffield university wrapped - but that was done by a construction company - but I guess my picture reworked it as "art" http://tomwilson.shutterchance.com/image/2010/02/01/the-wrapped-tower/
Chris: Indeed so Tom. At the moment one of the towers of the Clifton suspension bridge is similarly wrapped
A lovely shot of her!
Chris: Thank you Elizabeth
You go some interesting places Chris and meet some interesting people smile

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