A visit to Kelvingrove revealed a display of bizarre creatures, such as a winged squirrel with porcupine spines in it’s back.
Amongst the other oddities, I came across this cute little fellow, inviting me over for a cuppa. I couldn’t resist.
Incidentally, I didn’t add the tea cup – he really was holding it.
This is a recreation of a shot I have made on a couple of occasions previously. These are the doors of the lower level of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow, which have always struck me by their very abstract quality.
On this occasion I chose a wider shot than I normally would, before deepening the saturation in post-processing.
I liked the way the warm golden tones contrasted against the cold black of the foreground grooves.
A wider shot of the ‘Expression’ heads at Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow.
A shot of a single one of the ‘Expression’ heads from Kelvingrove Gallery in Glasgow. Each head has a different expression. I couldn’t quite decide which one this was!
The fifth image in a series looking at the engagement between art and it’s viewer.