WOMAN IN MOTION
By Rick Doble
Note: While these pictures were made using a computer, they
are deliberately low-resolution images. Although I have been an exhibiting
photographer for 25 years, have worked with computers for almost 15 years,
and have been creating original digital art for over 10 years, these images
were also affected by modern painting. This online exhibit is a selection
of 10 pictures from the 60 that I have created. Please see the Artist's
Statement for a fuller explanation.
Important Suggestion: If you enlarge the viewing area of your web browser,
you will be able to see these pictures much better. In Netscape Navigator
or Microsoft Explorer go to the "VIEW" drop down menu and temporarily turn
off the tool bar and other bars.
Click on any of these thumbnail pictures to see a full sized
picture. Pictures are 20-30k in size. They should take 15-30 seconds each
to load. If your browser has trouble handling the thumbnail hyper-links,
click on the picture number underneath the thumbnail instead.
At the still point of the turning world.
Neither flesh nor fleshless;
Neither from nor towards;
at the still point, there the dance is,
But neither arrest nor movement.
And do no call it fixity,
Where past and future are gathered.
Neither movement from nor towards,
Neither ascent nor decline.
Except for the point,
the still point,
There would be no dance,
and there is only the dance.
T.S. Eliot, The Four Quartets
Start an automatic "slide show."
Each picture will show for 45 seconds
and then proceed to the next one in the series.
This should work with almost all Netscape and Microsoft
However, if the Internet is having a "slow day," you may find
you're better off changing pictures manually.
These images are available for exhibit.
Send an e-mail
Color prints have been matted, framed and are ready for hanging.
Galleries and art schools can display these images offline on a computer
as a continuous "slide show."
Please send me an e-mail message for full details.
Please click on the e-mail address below for any comments or questions.
© Copyright 1997 by Richard deGaris Doble
All rights reserved