Tag Archive: water

Making a splash: Markus Reugels captures spectacular water shots (III)

My last post on Markus Reugels (for now – I make no promises beyond the next few days!) focuses on his Refractions series. Single droplets of water with images refracted within them –… Continue reading

Making a splash: Markus Reugels captures spectacular water shots (II)

So yesterday I showed you Markus Reugels’ Liquid Sculptures. Today it’s all about the Liquid Splashes. The main difference between the two is the setup – while the Sculptures use a balloon and… Continue reading

Making a splash: Markus Reugels captures spectacular water shots (I)

I could spend DAYS looking at Markus Reugels’ water photography. In fact I think I’ll probably split this post into two parts simply so I have an excuse to include more of it.… Continue reading

Rainbow Puddles in London

I took these pictures outside County Hall on the south bank after a rainstorm. I always thought that the  lights they used on the columns looked a bit tacky but the distortions that… Continue reading

Rainy Day art

Some of my favourite rain images

My own work

I’m usually on here criticising or waxing lyrical about other people. Today I thought I would upload a few of my own pieces. It seems only fair to make myself as vulnerable as the people I talk about.

Roni Horn aka Roni Horn

A few hours after visiting Jeremy Hutchison’s show at the Menier Gallery I wandered on over to Tate Modern to see what I could see. Actually I knew what I was probably going to see and that was the Roni Horn retrospective. The only thing which could have derailed this plan was if Defining Constructivism had been dirt cheap. HAH.