Shadow of Time


Four years ago the Philbrook Museum of Art here in Tulsa hosted an exhibition of shadow art, called Shadow of Time, by Anila Quayyum Agha. Part of the exhibit was this huge decorated cube hung from the ceiling with a powerful light inside that projected very sharp shadows on the walls, floors, and ceilings. This and the other installations in the exhibition were stunning.

I’m linking with Shadow Shot Sunday, now hosted by Lisa’s Garden Adventure.

10 thoughts on “Shadow of Time

  1. Alana

    Are those patterns on the wall and floor, etc. all from that cube? This is wonderful. It also reminded me of an art installation I should, perhaps post next week. (I do hope others find their way back to this meme; I would hate it to end).

  2. DrillerAA

    The shadow art exhibit looks amazing. I love going into the woods and photographing fungi. There is some really beautiful stuff ou there. have a blessed week.

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