This is the third pigeon image for a triptych. The question will be how to frame. I originally planned on three small images matted together: two horizontal and one vertical- the horizontals will have the same mat opening size. The piece would be one long horizontal. An other way to approach this would be to frame separately to be hung on the wall in a cluster. This would enable me to crop this image differently if I choose. I realize the subject and the images are dark. And I'm not 100% sure this will work, but I will try anyway. Once I have them matted together I will post it so you can see.
This is the second of three I intend to use in a triptych of creepy grave stones and pigeons. The references were taken with the last of the afternoon light, Trinity church in NYC. These are painted with colored pencils on linen which makes glare a problem. Hopefully I will be able to iron out the photography kinks once finished with all three.