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Shadow Art

Updated on January 29, 2015

Shadow Art - A New Way To Make A Statement

My first experience of shadow art was in March 2011 at the Philadelphia Annual Flower Show. I was captivated by light and object transferring its image on a screen or wall (as shown to your left). It made me think of the great photos, in black and white, we all have seen created by Ansel Adams. The object doesn't come close in representing the shadow cast. By using a two-dimensional object with light cast upon it, a unique third-dimensional object is cast or sculptured and reflect its shadow.

At the flower show I attended, the artist utilized objects that cast shadows as well a blend of floral arrangements combined. You had your shadow of black and white and a hint of color.

I would love to know if any of my readers have seen any of the displays mentioned or shown throughout this lens. Thank you and enjoy looking at my lens, Shadow Art.

Only The Shadow Knows

British-born and -based artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster skilfully skirt the boundaries between beauty and the shadowier aspects of humanity, playing with our perceptions as well as our notions of taste. Read more: imagicreation

photo credit: Imagicreation

Tubing Shadow Art

One of the Shadow Artist at the Philadelphia Flower Show

March 2011

Photo credit: Sandy Davison

Philadelphia Annual Flower Show

Photo credit: Sandy Davison

An Art The Is Catching On Big


Credit: Daily Dawdle.Com for photos

Brilliant Shadow Art by Rashad Alakbarov

Optical Illusions

Please go and see more great shadow art: Twisted Sifter

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Oh my, I was afraid you would not stop by! You must though because I just know you want to share your experiences in Shadow Art.

MY GUESTS - Thanks for coming.

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