Chunking Color

John Tallman’s engaging blog, Color Chunks, has been posting examples of color from every possible setting sent to him by other artists. The range is part of the fun, from an array of tarps on a rooftop to an expanse of landscape. Today he posted three images of mine—one from the Australian Outback, from my window in Brookline and from my recent trip to Florence.

John is still taking submissions, so if you have images that display color in a compelling or unexpected way that you would like to share, contact John through Color Chunks.

Bark from one of Australia’s 700 types of eucalyptus trees

2 Replies to “Chunking Color”

  1. That’s bark? Amazing! I love this.

  2. All true, nothing fake about it. Right after a rain, so the color was even more saturated.

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