What do you see? I wonder if the features here are as obvious to the viewer as the artist. I’ve been away from the website for a while…been preoccupied with other creative duties the past couple of months, but the … Continue reading
Lately I’ve been less active as a mobile photographer, but that doesn’t mean I’ve not been creating. My interests and focus have been pointed towards a different type of project, the decorations for a my kids’ school fundraising event. I … Continue reading
The colors, shapes and patterns all came together beautifully in my latest mirror image piece. The original was a Hipstamatic photo taken in an empty nightclub at our hotel in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. I plan to post more Costa Rica … Continue reading
LaConner, a small tourist town and artists’ enclave in Skagit County, is a favorite destination of mine. I’m attracted to the town’s history, the landscape of wide open spaces, the galleries and boutiques that are housed in historic buildings on … Continue reading
Often my layered work is immediately recognizable as that, with outlandish colors, juxtapositions, etc. This one is more subtle. Two suns? Double exposure? How’d she do that? I resisted the urge to take this one further, because as is, it was … Continue reading
I really love this one…something about the face reminded me of a di Vinci portrait, re-purposed into something modern. One of my framed photos makes an appearance, too, as it’s hanging next to the mirror in my bathroom.
Yep, there she is again…always popping up in my photos.
From the same day as “Stoplight Wonder, one of said rare “drive by shootings”. (Hey, the camera app was already open, all I did was balance it on the steering wheel and click a few times.)
In a couple of other posts I’ve written about the ship canal bridge and seeing some amazing light this time of year. (See Fall Colors and Finding the Right Light) It’s not ideal, but I have photographed this scene numerous … Continue reading
Finding balance is always a struggle. Then, sometimes, when you’re lucky, you let go of certain fears, of expectations of self and the “need” to be in control. That is when the magic happens. It’s so cliché, but I really … Continue reading