Too Much Rum
Exploring the back alleys, beaches, we felt the heat and savored the Caribbean sun- the New England winter seemed so far away.
Using a pinhole camera and taking multiple exposures, I aimed to capture the vibrant hot island life. The classic colonial architecture provides structure for the blur of color, and the overlapping textures that enable the viewer to feel the air.
The colors were intoxicating and the music swirled… Was it the heat, or the rum?
The photographic images of Bonnie McCormick have transitioned from traditional black & white landscapes, to exploring patterns, compositions and surprises when images of structure and nature collide.
With inspiration from Van Gogh, Edward Weston, and Banksy, McCormick’s work illustrates the lively nature of line, pattern and man’s imprint on nature. Formerly an architectural photographer, McCormick is now perusing her own personal work. She lives and works in the Boston, MA area.
Resent juried shows include: Nude Nite Orlando and Nude Nite Tampa. Her work is in private collections and has been shown in galleries and museums throughout the US.
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