Photographer Debbie Scott-Queenin is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. From the ‘Architecture’ series. To see Debbie’s body of work, click on any photograph.
Artist Statement Color has always been a catalyst of creativity for me. Color can be uplifting for my spirit, but it can also facilitate a hiding place for me, where I can step back, ruminate, and be alone with my thoughts, creating a context within which my goals are set and activities are executed. Invariably, I am attracted to color. Whether I’m reveling in a joyous celebration or stressing over an issue that I’m trying to wrap my arms around, color helps me to define the situation and provides an anchor upon which to rest my thoughts and to devise a creative path. This series of photos represents architectural aspects of buildings and building facades with vibrant color. The majority were taken during evening (dark) hours and feature color lights that draw attention to the building details. The lights enliven the buildings, calling out to the viewer to get closer in a beguiling sort of way. A few of the photos were, in fact, taken during daylight hours, but because of sunlight reflections and/or the use of paint color, similar effects are generated for the viewer. Come in, get closer, bon appetit!
All images and text © Debbie Scott-Queenin
By Debbie Scott-Queenin
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This photo is absolutely breathtaking, which I thank you for, because it drew me out of bipolar mania.