Many afternoons this past summer were spent watching some very hungry caterpillars devour a parsley plant. Once I got over the fact that I would have no fresh parsley, I found their process is quite amazing. I watched them grow from tiny little specks to full grown caterpillars, encase themselves into a chrysalis that so closely matched their surroundings I often had a hard time … Continue reading PUZZLE PIECES
Picture me tearing a page out of a notebook, crumpling it into a little ball, and making the shot into the wastebasket. Because that is what I just did, so to speak, with the post I started before 6:30 this morning… Why? Because it just felt so philosophical and heading real quick in the direction of whiney. This is my puppy day… a scheduled day … Continue reading Hello Fall!
Below is a post I wrote over a year ago, on June 19, 2019, on the Art of Conversation but never got around to posting. Today, as I was getting ready to do a post about my summer, I saw there was still a post in draft and read through it. Here it is a year later and that post is as relevant as ever… … Continue reading The Art of Conversation
I’ve been stuck on those Roman columns and everything that goes with them for a bit too long and needed to shift gears and hopefully break a creative block. First a little back story to this photo. I photographed my model in the scene. Something I don’t usually do. Not my usual workflow, it’s no wonder I forgot some very important elements. For example, I … Continue reading Quick Edit Challenge
… and neither will this composite. Has it really been over a year!?! After reading my last post (May 2019!) apparently I’m still having issues managing & finding that ever-elusive thing called time. But is time really to blame? Or is it just a question of priorities? It turns out I really miss what this blog provides… a place to share my art and a … Continue reading Rome wasn’t built in a day