considering black and white

Posted: April 1, 2013 by Mo Crow in Lace
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blackeningconsidering the differences between black & white in the ongoing exploration of white with Jude Hill’s What-If-ing

Comments
  1. deanna7trees says:

    one creates an appreciation for the other. i must have missed the post you link to. some beautiful things on your table.

  2. Carol says:

    Delicate, shadowy and mysterious…

  3. Els says:

    Amazed by the stitching you often do on these sheers …. Mo …

  4. karen says:

    this is stunning, so fine, delicate. I love the shadows.

  5. boronoragi says:

    the longer i look, and come back, look more,
    the more dimensional it becomes, the shades of blue to the right
    the shade of shade at the bottom
    it’s quite incredible

    • Mo Crow says:

      exploring the differences between drawing the light and the dark… how black lace just disappears unless it’s worn against powdered white skin with a dash of blood red lipstick to the sound of heels wildly flashing flamboyant flamenco dancing and how white lace can look like a confection, all conformity and pomp ’til you look at the shimmering of the spaces in between going deeper into the mystery the thinning of the veils…

  6. deedeemallon says:

    oh your comment above is pure poetry! it IS (this use of white/study of white) so so much about context isn’t it? and, as one of your comments also pointed out — also about light. This photo and this work-in-progress shows how important SHADOW is as well….

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