The mouth of “Sand Lake” … with boat on beach, iPhone.
A honey bee feeds on sweet nectar from a pretty yellow flower. This is the kind of photography I do for personal entertainment. Frankly, I am over-tired from taking art and photography seriously. If it isn’t fun, it isn’t worth doing. Well, that’s how I feel about it for now. The full size version of […]
A feral kitten, full of fear and hope, finds my camera lens… part of the Feral Cat Rescue Project – my pet project, so to speak. And this is my semi-annual mention of the fact that there is more to life than art…and more to me than these pages. There used to be a saying, […]
Happenstance put together this interesting photo: There was something about the natural arrangement of this driftwood at Cape Meares, Oregon that caught my eye. What I had with me was my iPhone equipped with my favorite app; 645 Pro. It’s hard to see the screen in sunlight but I framed it up with the most […]
Well this was interesting, at least to me: Someone contacted me looking for one of my paintings and it happened to be from a series that I had forgotten! He provided a thumbnail photo,though and I rummaged around and eventually found a print-sized scan of the painting on an old hard drive. This work is […]
Twisted paths are carved through space in this photography-based abstract piece, envisioned 30×30 on canvas. It’s hard to imagine the forces of nature and the decades of work involved in creating this natural artwork. By comparison, the shot framing and selection was easy – although admittedly there were many possibilities from which to choose. More […]
Gothic Forest is a photography-based abstract piece envisioned on 30×30 canvas, from the forests of western Oregon… It took a couple of rolls of film to finally get just the right composition upon which to base this piece: the right balance of light and dark and the right patterns to convey the desired mood.