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by Judy Kennedy
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In the growing trend involving digital enhancement, manipulation, or transformation of a photographed image, this is one of my “telephone”... more
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In the growing trend involving digital enhancement, manipulation, or transformation of a photographed image, this is one of my “telephone” abstracts of a line of rocks in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Most people I’ve talked to about this know the parlor game, “Telephone.” For those who do not, this is how it’s played: Any number can play. Whoever goes first thinks of a phrase or sentence and writes it down on a piece of paper that remains hidden from the other players until the end of the game. Then that person whispers the sentence or phrase into another person’s ear. That person repeats the same into the next person’s ears, and so on. The last person in the group or room announces to the others what that sentence or phrase was. The final answer rarely resembles the original phrase or sentence spoken into the first person’s ear. It’s just an amusing little game that tests the limits and/or accuracy of human perception. The art technique I’ve used to c...
Judy Kennedy (a visionary wayward muse) is a nature mystic and disabled visual media artist specializing in the Arizona Sonoran Desert. The Sonoran Desert is the United States' most ecologically diverse desert - especially in the state of Arizona. With an abounding love for her home, Judy's artwork and videos mostly feature wildlife in its natural setting with accompanying landscapes and skyscapes as varied and unique as her stylistic expressions. She serves this inimitable beauty and hopes that her art inspires others in their own conservation efforts. Judy is also a versatile writer of creative nonfiction and a composer of music which can be heard in many of her videos. Her YouTube channel alone has well over 1100 subscribers. ...