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Saturday, October 24, 2009

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY - ART STUDENTS LEAGUE of NEW YORK, Part 1

  Waiting for a lecture to begin by Stephen A. Fredericks.  He is a New York artist printmaker and founder of both the New York Society of Etchers and the New York Etcher's Press.



When the lights were dimmed for the lecture, the window below appeared as above!



A visit to the Grand Gallery of the venerable Art Students League of New York - a story for printmakers,  collectors and historians.  Part 2:  Tomorrow - Monochrome Monday.

Do visit HEY HARRIET at SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY for more great shadows!


18 comments:

  1. Terrific shadow shots, Margaret! I particularly like the first one! Great!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  2. A stunning, dramatic and quite large shadow. It qualifies as art to me, and the sheer size of this shadow defines the strength of NYC. Big shadows, like the City, makes us notice- I am thinking of a shadow left by the huge trestles of an elevated subway would fit the bill as well. An excellent capture!

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  3. that is a lovely artistic shot..

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  4. What a magnificent shadow shot. You have a wonderful eye for beauty.

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  5. When the lights are dimmed
    there emerges clarity
    in shadowy form.

    My Shadow Shot

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  6. What an interesting concept! Showing the shadow and it's source in different photographs. The light coming in from the street has an unusual quality, almost theatrical.

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  7. Very dramatic! I'm glad you showed the source AND its shadow!

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  8. That very intricate and arty shadow seems so perfectly appropriate for the lecture! It's a wonderful capture.

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  9. Great hots
    fascinating and subtle.
    The pink flower in my post was
    a PEEGEE hydrangea hanging off a bush...

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  10. very interesting shadows in the first shot, i like the photo of the window too

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  11. This shot means alot to me..I went there in 1960,Fashion Illustration..What a wonderful place and gave a wonderful shadow.
    Happy SSS..

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  12. What a lovely transformation as the lights dimmed.

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  13. MARVELOUS ;--)
    How wonderful that you had your camera along.
    Hugs and blessings,
    My Shadow Shot

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  14. Thank you for a lesson - always look upwards. What a wonderful shadow - hope the lecture was equally as fascinating!

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  15. When the photos are enlarged the design above the doorway can be seen. This same design is also seen in the shadow, you captured it beautifully.

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  16. Such an intriguing curl of shadow shapes! Beautiful!

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