Winter Wall Art, “Slush Foot in Winter” How do you mark the passage of winter? In a pandemic? This year, I note the passage of winter on frequent walks, late in the day. The sun sets at a later time, Robins show up on frozen ground to eek out a dinner, somehow. Small birds seemContinue reading “Blog 55 February 19, 2021”
“See it,” my teacher would say. And we would look at his sample of work, then at each other, then around the room, and then wonder what he was talking about.”
“Suddenly, out of the woods…she came to me…”
“If you’re willing to make the trek, you might just discover something unusual, something beautiful.”
“I take special satisfaction in showing you this work…and this remarkable person.”
What you see in this foreboding photo…was not actually the way the day was experienced!
In a trying time for everyone…Spring is…here!
Winter Wall Decor “Slush Foot in Winter“ Slowly getting word out! I am experimenting with snow and ice as subjects for…wall decor, art in winter. Here above, is another example– my walk home was a bit of a mess, this day, as recorded by my iPhone. For those unchanged by pixilations, this image is availableContinue reading “Blog 6 February 28, 2020”
Winter Wall Decor “Snowy Blue Spruce Pixelated“ “Snowy Spruce” Am most pleased to present my first ever pixelated art image on my blog. I hope to present many more. I first fell in love with pixels during the 1980s when most professionals in the advertising and marketing worlds were warning us to “watch out forContinue reading “Blog 3 February 7, 2020”
Winter Wall Decor “Orange Marker in Snow “ Long ago we lived in Quebec Province, Canada. That first winter, almost 200 inches of snow fell, a record for the century. As art, as a visual feast, it was up here that snow really sank in on me as…well, fascinating, unto itself. We spent serious timeContinue reading “Blog 2 January 31, 2020”