2009 -- Ernie Button|
It's easy to get lost in the rich colors and soft swirls of the images from Ernie Button's Vanishing Spirits portfolio. At times the fine lines create landscapes, topographical ridges, the deltas of rivers. Some have bubbles, drawing the lines around them like cloud formations and storm of distant planets. And some are painterly, beautiful in their glow of color. But what, exactly, are we looking at? They can't be what they look like -- images of Jupiter or highly colored aerial photography. Yet there is something oddly familiar about them. They are, in fact, the delicate lines of residue left in the bottom of a glass by Single Malt Scotch, their subtle detail enhanced by colored light.
|-- Ernie Button|
View Ernie Button's Vanishing Spirits portfolio on the Photographer's Showcase.
For more information on Button's work, please contact photo-eye Gallery Associate Director Anne Kelly by email or by calling the gallery at (505) 988-5152 x202