18 slides in a box that held originally 12. Joel is becoming predictable.
This box starts with a 3D artist tool palette.
To be followed by a few abstract geometric pieces
Followed by some interesting statues, I’m very partial to the second one.
I do like what Joel did with the lighting on the above images.
We’ve seen a few masks floating around in the assignments, and this box is no exception.
George Akimoto is back with work depicting someone, presumably the artist, holding a mask
And Ellen has the same subject. We’ll see some more on this in our next blog post.
Next two images are outliers in that they relate to artwork from the previous blog post. Joel photographed the farmhouse and implements that were the subject of few pieces. And this also clarifies the image of the farm house in the previous blog post.
The second image has all information to help with the composition of George Akimoto and other artists work we’ve seen in prior blog posts.
There was an unfortunate light leak at the upper left hand corner. It appears light came in when Joel pulled out the dark slide. It happens occasionally and is often sign of a worn-out film holder. Equally explains why Joel is not pulling his dark slide out all the way, he knows about the issue.
Julianne Calvelli has also work in this negative box collection.
There are a few more natural texture pieces multiplied into a pattern, similar than Julianne Calvelli’s work in previous blog post.
Penultimate negative is an overview of work on a wall that Joel didn’t photograph individually.
And the last image in this box is of a 3D art piece featuring stained glass windows and a church steeple.
One more ART box to go through in this format before we explore more of Joel’s personal 1942 work.