You have made ironing a subject for art by turning it into a landscape ... or a seascape, even ... yes, it's like following the travels of a little boat ... or is that just me!!
Oh wow, what unique, spectacular work Laurel!
Thanks, e-j and Steve. e-j: Yes, I was thinking of a landscape and seascape. I am so glad that you saw it! My intent was to make the first two frames ambiguous, and then make the iron obvious in the last two frames.
Wow very nice wrinkles! They look like mini photographs
great job! work, work, work, i hate ironing!
These are stunning. I really like their graphic quality, the movement and transitions. Very very nice.
This is a really cool series. It would be fun to see them all framed and hung together.
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