“The World Through A Shuttered Window”

By: Galen911

Jun 20 2016

Category: I Wonder As I Wander, Land That I Love, Portrait of the Old Pueblo

9 Comments

Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:38mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:NIKON D200

Closed And Shuttered Window

DeGrazia Gallery In The Sun

Tucson, Arizona

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9 comments on ““The World Through A Shuttered Window””

  1. Love the wall texture.

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    • That entire complex of what was Ted DeGrazia’s home and still houses his gallery is a study in form and pattern and texture. The exterior as well as the interior walls… and the floors and ceilings… and the doors and windows… and of course his paintings and sculptures… are all an adventure to the senses. It’s an amazing place!

      Galen

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  2. It looks like a closed eye! Very nice.

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  3. Makes me think of a very rustic jail!

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    • Interesting observation. There is no connection… however the main door to the gallery is an old prison door brought from the Arizona Territorial Prison in Yuma over in the southwest corner of the state. It is a giant grotesque steel contraption that serves as quite a “welcome” when you first arrive at the gallery.

      Galen

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  4. First word that come to mind is “Bizarre”! I don’t know why?? Sure won’t keep the fly’s out!

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    • Good thinking!!! Ted DeGrazia was a connoisseur of the bizarre and that’s one of the factors that makes his home and gallery so fascinating. Thanks for your comment…

      Galen

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