Today’s posts are from my series called “KITCHEN ELEMENTS”.
I love everything ‘kitchen’, but for this series, I’ve decided to narrow things down a bit.
Kitchens are busy places – boiling, slicing, dicing, mixing, washing – and so on….
It occurred to me that if the essence of these activities could be isolated and slowed down, or even stopped,
we could see the art of the kitchen – minus the chaos!
My goal is to show – or at least infer – the motion inherent, as we rather mindlessly pour coffee,
boil pasta or drop a great ball of bread dough into a mass of flour.
The black background helps to isolate the action and focus our attention.
I think there is sculptural beauty in the forms these activities take on that we never see in real time.
I hope you enjoy this series. There will be more to come.
You can see other works like this ( but not of the kitchen ) in the Conceptual Art Gallery.
And while you are already on my website, I invite you to look at more of my Galleries, or read about my book “A Coastal Journey”.
Thanks for tuning in. See you next Thursday.