When New Hampshire-based artist and photographer Cheryl Johnson was a kid, one of her winter pastimes was to blow bubbles while outside in freezing weather. Now that she’s an adult, she’s turned this beloved hobby into art.
Freezing a bubble sounds pretty simple, but the result, which Johnson captures in high resolution photos, is truly stunning. The unique, intricate creations are completely different from one another. Instructions for frozen bubbles vary online, but Johnson makes hers when temperatures drop below 15° Fahrenheit.
When I see these bubbles, I feel like a child … and what about you ?
Cheryl is also an accomplished self-taught watercolor painter.
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