Recently, I was on my way to a doctor’s appointment in Boston. It was a new adventure for me, train travel, subway and city navigation. But it was a sunny day and I was open to the adventure.
The granite wall of the Boston Children’s hospital caught my attention. After my appointment I crossed the street and got a closer look. It is a grayscale garden in granite. According to this article it was created with a sandblasting technique.
Mikyoung Kim Design is the designer of the playful graphic. The idea is “Playful nature in the City”
One reason I was so taken by the image is that I am working on a image for a collaborative book. The theme is What’s in Your Garden? I am an apartment dweller and enjoy other people’s gardens.
- simplified silhouettes
- lots of layers
- monochromatic images
I have been noticing the cast shadows on the road of my daily bike ride. I was thinking about layering this cast shadows of roadside vines, flowers and weeds into “My Garden.”
I had been imagining something very similar to the granite wall at the Boston Children’s Hospital. I love the complex layers and the way it draws the viewer in for a closer look.
I think I will use a camera to capture my silhouettes.
Are you ready to capture inspiration that crosses your path?
I hope so.
from Linda Germain http://www.lindagermain.com/2017/07/ready-to-be-inspired/