View of Grove Street from the studio of L.J. Douglas, early Fall, Bloomington, IL, 2011
View of sunrise on Grove Street from the studio of L.J. Douglas, Bloomington, IL, Winter, 2011
As I consider the idea of a timeless image, there is usually an instance where the look of things inspires sets of depictions we have known for a lifetime. We know them well, and they are hidden in the wake and warning of the good days, where representations of matter make an impression upon memory. Subtle movement is there, and is understood to be necessary in myriad variations of the image’s fretful moments. Our feelings construct a consonant power to take us ever further into inexplicable dominions of understanding.
Neighbor's Door, Grove Street, Bloomington, IL, 2011
Sculpture Studio with evening light, Bloomington, IL, 12-31-2011
Wacker Drive, Chicago, late Winter, 2011
We see the images that gather our greatest interest, knowing they have altered our schemes for understanding many things that are steadfastly in our way, and thoughtfully, we move about, respecting the sanctity of space shared with objects that still remain after our selfless considerations have dissolved.
Painted Lady, and Moon, Grove Street, Bloomington, IL, 2011
all photos copyright © 2011 by Gary Justis