Image number 32 in the Four Shooters series, inspired by - you guessed it - image 31. Shot at 1250 ISO to give a gritty texture on top of my rusty, dark wood table to juxtapose the beauty of the flower, this image represents the idea of imminent beauty amongst destruction, deterioration, and time.
The significance of an object is unique to the hand that touches it. In this series of images, gold paint is used to illuminate the self as reflected in the items we interact with. While such impressions are invisible in every-day life, these depictions draw attention to the energy we transfer into lifeless objects in our environment.
Images are collaborative; by Kristen Williams, Marissa Billmeyer, Sara Murillo, and Kim Wronkiewicz