This collection of images is intended as a turn towards color as a source of revitalization. Conversion to black and white seems to add to the death of these objects and focus on their state of decay. In searching for their colors I have found a sense of life that certain objects retain, as if a bright refusal to decay, or at times a subtle natural gray scale amongst a chaotic background. The colors speak also to a specific design or period of the object’s birth, placing it in time, that of a more present, or recent past.
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"The colors speak also to a specific design or period of the object’s birth, placing it in time, that of a more present, or recent past."
While I agree with most of what said in your statement, I'm not sure I can go along entirely with the above part of your commentary. Or at least not in your images. Could be I'm not sensing what you felt. Get more specific with this concept. ITMT, I'll try and find some references that talk about time specific colors. I think that Rachel's "Estate Sale" images do that to some extent. rachelloischild.com Look at William Christianberry's images.