Wednesday, December 26, 2007



Sweet Irene said...

I've started to come and visit you every day to enjoy your fabricages (I don't know what the correct English word for them is). I like them very much and wonder about the process of making them. It would be interesting to see the original source. They look like collages, but do you call them that? Do you make them with Adobe Photoshop?

Anyway, I'll be by every day to see what is new. A belated Merry Christmas to you and all the best for the New Year.

John (Copyright JMM 2007) said...

Hi, Erene.

The images are made mostly with Mocrosoft Paint, sometimes alos with Microsoft Photo Manager to modify color, brightness/contrast and sometimes to crop.

I wil try to find a series and post them in order.

Thank you for visiting.

griesmail said...

Hi John, great images, I also liked your photos of nataure. Be wise today take a long walk.

Invasion of the Dutch (Hi Irene!, always nice to see you)

Debi said...

I've been away for a few days, but it looks like you've been a very busy elf in your workshop.

I adore this one. (How many times can I say that? Is there a limit? Will Blogger banish me?), aka "kkbbb1" (I always get a kick out of your image file names) with its o's all lined up like floating oxygen atoms through sea grass stalks and seed heads. And there, quick, is a gush of wind.

Maybe I'm not supposed to do that -- to relate your work back to some narrative or other realism. I don't know the proper art etiquette. Except, I'm pretty sure, it's OK to love your stuff. Which I do.