Palette

As I mentioned yesterday, I am a firm believer that art can be found in the most unusual places.

My daughter used her own money to buy a makeup kit, and she’s been carrying it around the house for a few days now.  (She’s only allowed to wear it when we aren’t going anywhere.)  When she opened it in the light of the dining room, I noticed how pretty the palette of shadows was.

When I began photographing it, I kept a good part of the makeup sharp.  But as I played around with the focus, I decided I liked how it looked better when I deliberately blurred the palette:  Makeup kit becomes abstract art.

makeup-abstract

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