frances berry




Well, hello there. Are you dizzy? Quite the scroll to get down here, wasn’t it!? That’s all thanks to these very looooooooong, very cool images by American artist Frances Berry. They are from her series titled “Memory Extended”. You know I love a good vintage photo, and I love it even more when something contemporary has been done to it!

ps. Check out her portfolio – she has so much good work, and it’s all slightly different. Like these two amazing works on paper, for example:






comments (13)

  1. Norah /// 10.24.2013 /// 8:10am

    Oh my goodness, I LOVE these!

  2. the jealous curator /// 10.24.2013 /// 8:20am

    i know! aren’t they fantastic?!

  3. Harry Snowden /// 10.24.2013 /// 8:53am

    A sucker for retro..amazing twist

  4. Molly Swanson /// 10.24.2013 /// 8:59am

    Awesome! Love the photos and the effect! Creative!

  5. Erin Abbott /// 10.24.2013 /// 9:52am

    Wonderful!! She was in my Motel Art Show in 2009, right after she graduated college. You would love her early work too- it has always just been so good.

  6. the jealous curator /// 10.24.2013 /// 10:44am

    small world!

  7. frances /// 10.24.2013 /// 9:55pm

    what an honor to be featured on my favorite blog!!!

  8. the jealous curator /// 10.25.2013 /// 6:40am

    oh thank you frances! thrilled to have you : )

  9. Boughton Walden /// 10.25.2013 /// 8:38am

    Awesome, Frances! Love Love Love it!

  10. Renee Barone /// 10.25.2013 /// 11:05am

    She is by far one of the most talented people out there. Every piece makes me think and lingers with me. Well done, Frances!!!

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