It’s been a long, dark, and damp (if not, drenched) winter in the Pacific Northwest. Many friends have expressed everything from annoyance to pure hatred toward our recent weather behavior. They’ve questioned their decision to move to this far corner of America, asked for advice about the best “happy light”, expressed wanting to fry under […]Read More What’s Left
You’ve probably noticed, but I like visiting museums. Here are some notable works from the Museo de Arte Moderno. Museums are another way to escape reality, or enter a reality that another person has gone through. Art is so important. It’s an extension of oneself, an exploration of thought, the unconscious, the possible or impossible. It’s a […]Read More Museo de Arte Moderno – Mexico City
If you’ve been interested in purchasing one of my art prints, or are looking for holiday gift ideas, stop by my Society6 store and have a look. There are several 24-Hour promotions* that you can take advantage of, including free shipping on everything! Here is what you can save and when: Nov 18: $5 Off all Mugs and […]Read More Holiday Gift Ideas
Our trip to Mexico City was filled with art and culture. When others go to the beach to forget and relax, we travel to discover and learn about subjects new and different from our own. While wandering the streets, a banner ad for the exhibit El arte de la indumentaria y la moda en Mexico, 1940-2015 caught our eye. […]Read More The art of fashion in Mexico 1940-2015
I’ve been working on a project that I hope will help bring in a little extra money. I’ve joined a legion of other artists on Society6, where my work is available for sale in the form of prints, canvas art, tote bags, shower curtains, duvet covers, phone covers, tapestries, clocks, and more. The great thing is that they do […]Read More My Online Store
The other day, I took a trip to the local Fisherman’s Terminal to pick up some salmon for dinner, and thought it might be fun to do a short photowalk through the shipyard. September has been cool and sunny, and the light gentle, yet intense. It turned out to be a meditative escape in a playground of shapes, texture, […]Read More Fisherman’s Terminal Abstracts and Shooting Mindfully
The Fremont Sunday Market in Seattle is a fun place to walk and peruse art, crafts, vintage goods, and wares. On a hot sunny day, sun blazing overhead, I was feeling experimental. Here, I had fun with exposure. I felt like shooting like how it felt – white hot. I think these would be fun as easy poster prints to hang […]Read More Tangerine & Aqua
I’ve had a collection of work up at Fresh Flours Bakery on Phinney Ridge focusing on abstract and travel photography. They’re up through the end of this month, so if you haven’t already, grab a cuppa something and a tasty pastry (Trust me. They’re great pastries), and have a look. Contact me if you’re interested in any pieces or have […]Read More 2 More Weeks!
My work is currently up at Fresh Flours on Phinney Ridge (Seattle, WA). Showing with me again is Studio Cornix with new works in her Cell Portrait series. Here’s a phone pic peak: Left and Center Walls: Some of my abstract work Right Wall: Photos from my travels grouped by destination. Clockwise starting from upper-left: Studio […]Read More Showing at Fresh Flours!
To Be Outside Printer paper, Nook, iPhone Statement about this piece: This image, split into four parts, imitate a window frame looking out at an every day scene: shower curtain lifted by the wind, yet held in place by laundry pins. The windows above it look out onto the ocean, an endless expanse of beautiful uncertainty. The intent of this […]Read More To Be Outside