I exhibited this assemblage piece in the “Shifting Perspectives” art exhibit through the Visual Art League of Lewisville earlier this year. Continue reading Assemblage Art: Brick of Self-Control
A few years ago, I did something completely out of character, but something I wanted to do since high school but never did: dye my hair blue. No one tells you when you turn blue, that you become addicted to … Continue reading On Becoming Blue Hair Girl
Last year I took a photography class at Brookhaven College. We met once a week in the evening for several hours. I learned more from that class than I did from books on my own. Here’s one of our homework … Continue reading Photography Homework
This is part of an ongoing series on Hands. Someday I’ll have my own Handbook. —————————————————— I was frantic one evening trying to find an interesting subject to photograph for my homework assignment at the community college. That’s when I … Continue reading Hardworking Hands
A year ago I thought of starting a photography series on hands – young and old. Although I was very excited about the idea – I didn’t get very far in making it happen. I was waiting for the right … Continue reading Grandma’s Hands
Today’s feature combines my new favorite object to photograph (plastic legs) and my favorite textile design… Polka Dots! I like the drama of the dark background – which is just a dark hallway that is out of focus. Sometimes you … Continue reading Polka Dot Socks!
A local department store is going out of business and everything must go… including their leg models from their shoe and hosiery department. I started out with just two legs. But then I had to buy more… I went home … Continue reading Legwork