Red Cracked and Blue
This was a tough one. I liked the posture of the woman. The child was active and he mostly orbited the woman. When he alit, his body was obscured, except for his lower half. As a photographer, I often took shots that did not work in terms of design. In other words, the photo did […]
Within the frame of my camera, I rearranged the parking lot elements, from my post 80 Yellow Dots, and added another, to make this photograph.
We had fun yesterday. The fireworks were phenomenal. William really enjoyed them as well. Today’s watercolor experiment: I tried to extract significant images from my memory of yesterday’s time at the amusement park. I began my painting with a section of a wheel from a wheelchair. We needed one so that Joy could enjoy the park […]
Yesterday’s post was about the differences between portraying one object of interest, such as a piece of fruit or a flower, versus a collection of subjects. A single flower has so many intricate and beautiful parts – all pre-designed. An artist ‘merely’ has to express with visual elements, how he or she is changed by seeing it. […]
It wasn’t until I finished today’s experiment that I thought of the real theme for this post. Previously I had painted a sketch of two California Poppies. One in full face, the other in a profile, like a mug shot, I suppose. Today I wanted to revisit the poppy, as they have a stunning color […]