Botanical Matter (More Art for Music)

Everything here originated in my nearby environment, from the hollyhocks and gently fading rose to a bucket of compost and the towering oak trees sans foliage. Forthwith, 15 of 69 botanically oriented images created for Loop 2.4.3 performances.

Hollyhock © Catherine Rutgers 2015

The Center © Catherine Rutgers 2015 IMG2790 New Color © Catherine Rutgers 2015 A Daisy Invert v4 © Catherine Rutgers 2015 October Color Inverted © Catherine Rutgers 2015

The Edges Change © Catherine Rutgers 2015

Think about color v3 © Catherine Rutgers 2015

Velrose © Catherine Rutgers 2015

Willpower v7 © Catherine Rutgers 2015

 Salvia v4 © Catherine Rutgers 2015

Pueblo IMG2802 © Catherine Rutgers 2015 Primordial Lick v2 © Catherine Rutgers 2015 Primordial Lick v3 © Catherine Rutgers 2015 Wildest Dream v4 © Catherine Rutgers 2015

Edges Change 03 © Catherine Rutgers 2015

Images and words © Catherine Rutgers 2015

About CatRutgers4Art

Original art by Catherine Rutgers, with musings on the media and the methods. Founded in 2010. “I believe in magic moments. Am not afraid to be sentimental, and adore a tweaked cliché. Two of my favorite pastimes are watching paint dry and observing green tendrils unfold.”
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5 Responses to Botanical Matter (More Art for Music)

  1. Great to see the like from “ Made by Mitza,” who is also entranced by life in the garden.

  2. Thank you Josephine! And I’ve enjoyed discovering Lemanshots.

  3. Another visual feast! My favorite from this post you’ve titled Pueblo.

    • Hello, Mike, and thank you! The title of your favorite was inspired by the top-left corner, where just below the green-blue curve, the red indentation made me think of a dwelling carved into a cave … a surprising transformation because in the original photo of the garden, that is a river-rock contributed by a neighbor. By the way, I thoroughly enjoyed your trip through the woodlands at “orangeleisure”

  4. Hello, seedbud, and thank you for the like. Always enjoy your daily photos of the natural world at “leaf and twig” … Cheers!

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