This new piece is part of my ongoing “Remember Me” series. I prepared the canvas earlier this year but had difficulty adding the components. Early iterations had a different frame, photos, and orientation. Nothing was working but I didn’t get discouraged. The best part about the creative process is the moment when I know it’s right. Continue reading New Art Piece: Universal Language
The body language of the young girl is striking, almost impossible to forget, yet there are no markings to identify her. The photo has passed through an untold number of hands while finding its way to me, a photo collecting junkie. Continue reading what remains
I just completed a new art piece, “Butterfly wings”.
Little tentative one, make haste and take flight with your shiny, gilded wings. While you may damage the wings along your journey you have what it takes to be courageous as a lion yet delicate and beautiful as a rose. Continue reading Little bashful one, make haste and take flight
If you have kids or remember your own childhood, you know that kids tend to yank flowers (often weeds) from the ground and proudly present them to mom. Their good intentions and exuberance sometimes result in just a petal or maybe just the bud… or in this case, just the stem of the pretty flower! Continue reading I picked this flower just for you!
Richard is enjoying a peaceful hike through Happyville Botanic Gardens and Wildlife Refuge. The flowers are in full bloom with their bright array of colors. Continue reading Happyville Botanic Gardens
Take a break from the news and social media to soak in the beautiful gifts of nature. Although the Dallas Arboretum is closed until the threat of the Coronavirus is over, I have tulip photos from this year and previous … Continue reading Bright & Cheery Makes the Day Less Dreary
Here’s a collection of photos from a couple trips to the Dallas Arboretum. Don’t miss your opportunity to visit the Arboretum. The beauty of nature is always a pick-me-up! Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark IVDates: February 9th and 29th, 2020 Continue reading Spring has arrived at the Dallas Arboretum
While most people take photos of fresh spring blooms, I think it’s just as interesting and perhaps more enjoyable to take photos of the spent blooms. Notes: Dallas Arboretum Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS … Continue reading Death & Destruction
Date: February 9, 2020 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L macro IS) Notes: Photos from The Dallas Arboretum Continue reading Thinking