I was a nerdy kid ( I was an artist, chess player, member of the Latin Club, poet, devotee of ancient civilizations and skilled puppet maker) I also collected stamps.
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We can choose to be thankful and treat each moment we have breath with reverence and a spirit of gratitude.
This week’s photo challenge was an interesting one. We had to move from familiar objects and nature to abstract objects, angles and shapes.
Worrying about whether or not the finished product will have an audience or not, becomes an exercise in derailment.
The first of the closet works has come to its moment of being abandoned. I would have to say that one of the great challenges is actually photographing this work.
The prompt this week spoke to me of my childhood and memories of actually getting a garage of our own, something only people with cars had
A curtain was pulled back and figures emerged from darkness in a shaft of light—a half dozen cloaked musicians with medieval instruments.
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” Helen Keller I have a confession to make. I’m scared…
Artists Websites – How important are they? Do you have an artists website? These days, if you are at all serious about marketing your art, a…
This painting is based on a classic picture that was taken in Times Square at the end of the war. Apparently, the sailor in question didn’t know the lady but in the joy of the moment, they connected.
I began with dresses in a wardrobe. The dresses emerge out of the darkness into view. They tantalize our thoughts to tease out their story.
We woke in darkness to discover our train was no longer moving. It was 1976, and Mrs. Chatterbox and I were catching a ship from Brindisi, Italy, to Patras, Greece.
For me, minimalism is about doing more with less. When we eliminate the clutter and unessential, we open ourselves to new vistas around us.
This week we were discussing a Ted talk on connection and how that is impacted by our fear that we aren’t worthy of it.
There was no-one else around when I took this photo of a path onto South Beach.