Girl looking at her smartphone, lunch time as I remember, totally oblivious at the life around her, people shopping, or at their lunchtime… I was intrigued by the contrast of her body and the hardness of the wall behind her.
St Andrews dock
at the Ferens Gallery…
It was good to see this work, which I had seen through her Facebook account, for a while.
Winner award by the Friends of the Ferens.
From the Cathedral project : Liturgy.
Although I am not sure, yet, if I will keep it in the project.
Cathedral is a wild graveyard-forest I encountered when I moved to a bedsit across the road, back in 1976.
A sanctuary of nature in the midst of Hull city centre.
Saturday 8 July 2017
Image made for the Cathedral collection.
Cathedral is an exploration of an old graveyard located on Spring Bank West, near the centre of hull.
My first encounter of it was in late 1976, when I moved to a bedsit opposite it.
A cathedral of nature in the midst of the noise of urban sprawl.
Forty years later, I come back to all those years past.
Made a few days ago. Digital camera with 50 year old lens.
Exploring an approach for the Liturgy section of the Cathedral collection.
Winter scene, Spring Bank West graveyard. Hull January 2018.
The Kingdom of the Sky
a luminous gift in her beak,
down came the dove,
the sky on our feet she laid
This photograph was fly-posted on Sunday 6 January on Princes Avenue, Hull.
THE STREET OUR GALLERY
Unofficial street exhibition
Leave it for others to see it, or take it home, your decision.