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Photo Art Friday: Figure/s

Bonnie’s challenge this week was to incorporate “Figure/s” into our photographic artwork. According to Wikipedia Figure may refer to:

A shape, drawing, or representation
Figure, wood appearance
Musical figure, distinguished from musical motif
Shaping a mirror on a reflective telescope
Noise figure, in telecommunication
Dance figure, an elementary dance pattern
Vivian Davis Figures, Democratic member of the Alabama State Senate
A person’s figure, human physical appearance

here is my interpretation

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I used 2 of my own photos, taken on our recent trip to Italy, blended in darken mode and set the opacity to 72%. The figure is carved into a door dated 1738 at La Scarzuola (see my post about our visit there). The overlaid Islamic-influenced geometrical pattern carved stonework is on display in the Museum of works of art belonging to the duomo of Pisa.

Photo Art Friday Why not pop over to Bonnie’s site to see how other people have interpreted this week’s theme.

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Comments on: "Photo Art Friday: Figure/s" (9)

  1. clever, imaginitive and a great take on the theme

  2. What a perfect picture, the patterns and muted colour palette is gorgeous 🙂

  3. Perfect blend of two different pieces. It is like they belonged together.

  4. I just love this- really interpretative!

  5. Great piece – so creative! Fun for me to read the definition of ‘figure’ – thanks for sharing it. So pleased you linked up your artwork to Photo Art Friday.

  6. This is fabulous, and very creative.

  7. I love interpretations that include so much and then I am downright amazed at your composite and how you did it. really stunning!!

  8. Perfect for the theme. 🙂

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