Imperfect Beauty

It is the degree of unique variations in the face of a lovely woman which serve to define beauty, in my opinion, not cookie-cutter uniformity. This same interpretation can be applied across a spectrum of subject matter, including vintage glass bottles. Here, characteristics that are one of a kind – air bubbles, asymmetrical color, scratches, chips and stains, etc. – provide for an imperfect beauty with far greater appeal. If you’d be interested in a print, please visit my shop. Thank you.

Shabby Shack By The Tracks

This sepia tone photography features a textural, dilapidated wooden shack by the railroad tracks, highlighted with a blurred border. Despite its condition, this interesting structure might be just what you’re looking for as a new addition to a wall in your home or office. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of different print types available…