Contemporary art is defined as post WWII, but most often it is used to describe art that is abstract, surreal, or merely a detail of something larger.  The images that follow seem to fit that description better than the other categories on this website.

900 Wheel Lube

900 Wheel Lube

 This is a closeup of a wheel hub on a large piece of mining equipment at the Jerome Mining Museum.  I suspect that the vertical tube provided a way to lubricate the axle.



912 Fluidity

912 Fluidity

To learn more about this image check it out on the page titled “Fine-Art Photography.”

901 Rock Layers

901 Rock Layers

907 Life on a Rock

907 Life on a Rock

915 Rose Wood
915 Rose Wood
 

902 Refreshment

902 Refreshment



 

903 Tree Bark

903 Tree Bark



904 Escher Stairwell

904 Escher Stairwell

The numerous walls and projections of this stairwell reminded me of the drawings of M.C. Escher.



905 Isolated Tree

905 Isolated Tree



908 Red Rocks

908 Red Rocks



909 Surveying marker

909 Surveying Marker

Markers like this are all over Tlaquepaque.  Finding them can be as much fun as an Easter Egg Hunt.



910 Rose thru Copper Plate

910 Roses Projecting thru a Copper Plate



911 Cactus

911 Cactus



914 Porticos

914 Porticos



913 Wood Grain

913 Wood Grain

 

906 Eye of the Log

906 Eye of the Log

   

Each gallery image on this site has a reference number as well as a name.  By referencing both the name and number, there is less chance of miscommunication - at least with the respect to the image of interest.

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