My image — Torn Love Stitched — was featured on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 in the Your Daily Photograph email blast from the Duncan Miller Gallery in Santa Monica, California.
This is my third image to be featured. The last two sold immediately!
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Your Daily Photograph is the only daily email I subscribe to. It usually features three photographs for sale — a vintage photograph at the top, a curated contemporary image in the middle, and a themed image at the bottom. My photograph goes with the theme “Black, Blue, and White”.
The image began as a single word in American Typewriter font, printed on a laser writer, and then traced onto paper with a pencil. That paper was then crumpled and torn in two, something I can relate to. My guess is that you can, too! Then, with needle and thread, I stitched the two halves together, something I hope you can relate to as well. Then I photographed the stitched product. The final image was adjusted for color and contrast, vignetting the corners to call attention to the word in the middle.
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