Tangerine & Aqua

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 […]

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Rouge

I continue to play with the tone of lights in curves and edges, get lost in shadows and elements that are out of focus, and lavish in the spectrum of shade and saturation in one color. Here is one quick study of a plant I saw in a store window.   

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2 More Weeks!

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 […]

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San Diego, California

Some photos from my recent trip to San Diego this past weekend. Balboa Park We’ll have to go back. Museums, all this awesome scenery, gardens, fountains. Acres of things to see and do. San Diego Zoo  De Anza Cove Park at Mission Bay The site of our family reunion. We were there at 6:00 a.m. to […]

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Showing at Fresh Flours!

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 […]

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Waterfall at Dusk

Again, I’m really enjoying playing with lights and shapes. With this, I am very much enamored with the striking light, triangles, movement, and coarse texture. I would love to print this larger, maybe poster-sized, but on something like watercolor paper or rice paper. I attempted feeding hand-cut watercolor paper through my inkjet printer at home, but the paper is too fine […]

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