Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Cindy Wright




Cindy Wright, Nocturn, 2009
Cindy Wright, Nocturn, 2009



Cindy Wright, Collector's item, 2010
Cindy Wright, Collector's Item, 2010



Cindy Wright, Desert graffiti, 2008
Cindy Wright, Desert graffiti, 2008



Cindy Wright, The moon was too bright, 2010
Cindy Wright, The moon was too bright, 2010



Cindy Wright, Fly, 2006
Cindy Wright, Fly, 2006



Cindy Wright, Roadkill, 2009
Cindy Wright, Roadkill, 2009



Cindy Wright, Poisonous wave, 2007
Cindy Wright, Poisonous wave, 2007



Cindy Wright, Diamonds are forever, 2009
Cindy Wright, Diamonds are forever, 2009



Cindy Wright, Sweet dreams, 2007
Cindy Wright, Sweet Dreams, 2007



Cindy Wright, Fish tank, 2009
Cindy Wright, Fish tank, 2009



Cindy Wright, Broken web, 2009
Cindy Wright, Broken web, 2009



Cindy Wright, Break, 2008
Cindy Wright, Break, 2008



Cindy Wright, Black waves, 2008
Cindy Wright, Black waves, 2008



Cindy Wright, Skin, 2008
Cindy Wright, Skin, 2008



Cindy Wright, Koolmeesje, 2010
Cindy Wright, Koolmeesje, 2010



Cindy Wright, Les yeux de ma mere, 2009
Cindy Wright, Les yeux de ma mere, 2009



Cindy Wright, Fly,  2006
Cindy Wright, Fly, 2006






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18 comments:

Brandi said...

eerie and wonderful images.

Haute World said...

Very beautiful, in a sometimes disturbing way. I think few people could make roadkill look almost romantic. That desert graffiti shot is gorgeous.

kimbirdy said...

wow those are definitely eery, but also beautiful. it reminds me of a little shop up in san francisco - paxton gate - have you been there? beautiful and a bit unnerving.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

Uhhhhmmmmm, depressing subject matter much?

Love you.

Claire Kiefer said...

Kinda amazed that this falls under "Art that I Covet." hahah! I had to scroll through pretty quick toward the end so I didn't get queasy!

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

What stark images - love the first one with the moth!

p.s. It definitely is good to have the best of both adulthood and childhood (and there's so much more spending money as an adult!)

xoxo,
Chic 'n Cheap Living

Dancing Branflake said...

That teddy bear... I think that teddy bear will give me nightmares. And although I hate bugs, I find when they are art it is so fascinating.

Christiejolu said...

Wow these were kind of disturbing yet fascinating!

Kitty Stampede said...

nuts. I love the fly and moth especially!!! that is one big ass fish for the bowl...ughha.

mermaid gallery said...

just can't take morbidity...I know it's not evolved to realize that death is just part of the cycle...but it makes me feel a little ill......

Jessica ( frellathon ) said...

Wow great shots. Interesting way to say death without actually saying death.

the late phoenix said...

death=life=death

i love breakage...

(and a coffee break)

The Seeker said...

Interesting in a strange way...

Hope all is great with you. love

xoxo

nicole said...

these are beautiful, i know an entomologist who would really love a few of these...

TK Kerouac said...

she finds beauty in death

Farah said...

amazing! as usual you have great taste! ;)

Lara said...

When a photographer causes you to pause and stare and dissect every single image, yeah. fantastic!

vint junky said...

Amazing!
The dead bird reminds me of Polly Morgan. http://pollymorgan.co.uk/ whom i LOVE.
My mum had a case full of stuffed birds when i was little. I think that's where the fascination stems from

xxx