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17 Clinton Place Seaford 1 11 2020

17 Clinton Place Seaford 1 11 2020
A window display in a local decorating store. I think that wallpaper designers are not given enough recognition as artists. This is also true of fabric designers.

Fred Fouarge, John FitzGerald have particularly liked this photo

 John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald club
I agree, Phil. And you've provided some good evidence here of why they should be considered artists.
2 weeks ago.
Phil Sutters club
has replied to John FitzGerald club
Good to hear from you John. I haven't been posting much recently as I only go out for shopping, combined with a bit of exercise and have been concentrating on other hobbies. I trust that you and yours are well. My wife and I have had our first Covid jabs, but that won't make a lot of difference to our level of outdoor activity for some months to come.
Window dressers are another group of under-rated artists in my view. I have tried to celebrate their work when I see well designed displays.
2 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club
has replied to Phil Sutters club
I haven't been taking many photos, either, Phil. Street photography is doomed when the streets are empty. A polar vortex has been visiting, too, and the cold makes walking difficult during a lockdown -- no place to go in and warm up. My niece has generously been doing my shopping for me, so that reduces excursions into the cold. I agree about window dressers. I gather in the big stores in New York City they're expected to be artists. Bonwit Teller hired Salvador Dalí to do a window back in 1939, and people still expect artistic displays in the trendier stores.

I just remembered -- Gloria Cassens, the excellent street photographer from Chicago, was discovered while she was taking photos of an artistic window display there.
2 weeks ago.

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