Buildings and Structures
Factories, Houses, Roads, Churches, Rooftops, Bridges, Multi-storey buildings, Skyscrapers, Railway stations, Mills, Arenas, Silos, Windmills, Sheds, Stone walls, Fences, etc.
“Our Coastlines are A-Changing” Part One
A little while back Rowdy and I started a series on "Fences, Posts and Gates" and today's post slots in nicely to this theme because it is about a "causeway" - the causeway that links "Ngarrindjerri Island" (Granite Island) to the South Australian mainland.
Longest Wall in the World through the Eyes and Hands of Nicholas Roerich
The Great Wall in China is not only the longet wall in the world, it is the most remarkable. The Russian artist Nicholas Roerich toured the area extensively in the early C20th and today you can see his perspective on this remarkable structure through the eyes and hands of a "symbolist".
Victorian Desalination Project and Ecological Reserve
The Victorian Desalination Project (VDP) in southern Victoria includes one of the largest single ecological restoration projects undertaken in Victoria. The project was announced by the Victorian Government in June 2007 when Melbourne's water storage levels dropped to 28.4%. Photo my own.
Kevin McKay: seeking constancy in an ever changing city
Kevin McKay enjoys finding ready-made compositions in urban environments and applies the formal concerns of compositional design with the particularity of place as he seeks a theatrical intensity in the ordinary. Image credit: kevinmckayart.com
The Wimmera & Mallee covers hundreds of miles of wheat fields, crisscrossed by railway tracks, the only outcrops innumerable silos used for storing the grain and pulses. These days many form canvasses for mural artists which make up an extensive Silo Art Trail. Credit: mailtimes.com.au
Artistic Elements through the Eyes of Chris O'Brien: Illusion
In our last post in this current series on Chris O'Brien images from New York we are going to see some "illusions" as created intentionally or otherwise through the lens of a camera. Plus, of course, we get to appreciate the intrigue of New York City thanks to Chris.