It was my birthday this week and a dear friend gave me a gift from The Louvre. It reminded me of this piece as we discussed our experiences while trying to see the museum. For me it was this life long dream to see the architecture and of course The Mona Lisa. I did not however imagine the enormity of the museum and the crowds scaling the steps to see all the incredible pieces of art. It actually overwhelmed me and my family and I sought out quieter places that were less trafficked.. This photo outside represents what I saw as two architectural worlds colliding and a sky beckoning with rain. This piece is available over in the shop, framed and ready to hang.
For the past 10 weeks I have been honored to work along side Catherine Just and 10 amazing women photographers to create a body of work in a master photography class called Into the Deep. I have known Catherine for many years but this was only the second time I have taken a course from […]
(me – 4th grade – Fall, 1977 – Australia) I have lived in the United States for 40 years. I am a green card holder and in process of becoming a US citizen. Most people do not know this about me. On the surface I look and speak like any other American. I am married […]
“Creativity is a habit, and the best creativity is the result of good work habits” – Twyla Tharp Back in June, I asked you to follow along with a new book I was reading called The Wander Society. I have read about 3/4 of the book. In it, Keri Smith discusses Walt Whitman and the […]