Innuendos by Marilyn Henrion

Although all of the images that I create from my original photographs are mani[pulated in the computer before I commit them to a work, I am often conflicted about how much abstraction I want to employ. A fascination with the detail in the subject depicted vies with the the personal emotional component conveyed in the abstraction. This conflict resonates with the poem by Wallace Stevens…

“I do not know which to prefer,

The beauty of inflections

Or the beauty of innuendos, The blackbird whistling

Or just after.”

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