In memory of Dick Hibbert (1933-2010), I am posting selections from his art. He painted in oil, was an avid photographer, did watercolors, and sketched in pencil, ink, and charcoal.   You can send me email by addressing it to my first name at mydruthers.com. --Chris

Friday, October 15, 2010

Three Women

This was heavily processed from a color slide.  There's also a B&W negative of the same women, from a different angle, but I like this scene better.  The slide had some color artifacts I couldn't clean up, but making it monochrome makes them barely noticeable.  The background stones are part of the exterior wall of a small castle.

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