"Photographer Anna Friemoth has a knack for combining comedy, fine art photography and social commentary and she shows it off in Words for Women, a photography series that pokes fun at put-downs that are most commonly directed at girls.
Makoto Aida, Azemichi (a path between rice fields) Japanese mineral pigment, acrylic on Japanese paper, 73 x 52 cm. Collection of Toyota Municipal Museum of Art; courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery Feels Vauguely creepy - Japanese as opposed to American Gothic?
'Kissing the top of her head, he released her momentarily as he puzzled over her short stays.' This pic - Kleidung um 'Short Stays' Studies - Schnürleib Studien - interesting patterns for various stays taken from a period German manual
Pin is from Angelica Cruz. I chose this photograph because it has a visual cue, chiaroscuro lighting. Chiaroscuro lighting makes the photo more dramatic because it creates an illusion of making it more three-dimensional.