Sagacious Serendipity – shed skins

shed skinsshedskinsA working studio becomes layered with a deep and wondrous treasure trove of raw material. When I become a camera the possibilities of framing chance encounters with surreal and inspiring compositions are limitless. This series shares my captures of random juxtapositions that caught my eye. Some I may use as source ideas for painting, but all are complete in themselves as examples of sagacious serendipity.

The scraps of writing and doodles are taken from my version of a sketchbook which consists of bits of paper I scribble on as I moodle around the studio.

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18 thoughts on “Sagacious Serendipity – shed skins

      1. Also……remember Einstein’s quote β€œIf a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?”

  1. Your photos remind me, or more accurately have me imagining, Brion Gysin and Burroughs at the Beat Hotel in Paris on the cusp of reinventing the cut up technique. Great series of images. Regards Mark.

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