This painting was created using a technique called "wet on wet", which basically means applying water paint to wet paper. In this case paper was used that is specifically suited for watercolor painting, but obviously that isn't a requirement. You won't get arrested for knowingly using another type of paper!
Now here I could show gigabytes worth of material. This particular picture on the right was taken in Amsterdam in the tunnel
The picture below was taken in an alley next to a movie theater in The Hague (The Netherlands). Besides the light, I was very much intrigued by the "movement" in this place. .
In the case of the picture at the left, "construction" basically means "combining ways of expression". Creating the
Another example (see bottom image) is the
interplay of light and a stone structure, a stack of stones in this
case. The sculpture itself is a form of "transient art" since it's
unlikely to survive the destructive forces of nature or tourism, but by
freezing it digitally as part of its environment, it has been given a
new life. This work was titled "KonstruKtion" (III 2004 - Asilomar Beach
- Monterey Peninsula).
Playing around with pinhole photography is lots of fun. The sky is the limit. If you start thinking outside of the box, the possibilies are boundless. For me, pinhole photography is all about "motion" and "atmosphere". New materials and techniques open up new worlds, why use them to mimic?