Rust and Lace — Dorothy Freudenberg
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Available framed or unframed on metal. Print: 7 x 12", Framed and floated on a black mat with a delicate brown frame with a hint of gold to complement the image.
This delicate little piece is a study in contrasts and the perfect way to state that the best camera for the shot is the one that you have. This is a part of her phoneography series that began on the phone and which was later completed on the computer. These pieces were a result of the photographic diary she has been keeping for several years during her walks along the river.
The background of the pieces is a capture of the actual metal railing going across the river at Riverbend Park. The grasses and lace indicate fall and are the contrast to the hard structure of the metal. This was the result of finding ways to show relationships between disparate subject matter and how one thing can be framed within another. What a nice statement to make in your home, in a spot where you don't have room for a large piece of art. This is just what is needed.