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This one is simply overworked. It doesn’t have the feeling of air coming through the palm leaves. I am okay with the ocean, flowers, etc. This should have been beautiful… Randy Boyd’s photo was gorgeous! I tried it again….. In … Continue reading
I’ve been upset about the first, then they were topped by worry for friends in Texas and Florida… Painting images loosely from photos that stayed in my mind helped. In these, more than most, I noticed the exposure (flash or … Continue reading
The evening the rains came after the Eagle Creek fire, I felt so blessed. Skies which were grey with smoke and ash falling, suddenly had the blue of night. Actual color, yellow from the setting sun and the green of … Continue reading
Business is interfering with my posting life! It is not walk in the park this week, deadlines and stress abound! Drawing this from the top of my head was freeing, a trip outside at 1am! This was going along nicely … Continue reading
When I was a child my mom kissed the palms of my hand each night at bedtime and told me this prayer. It has a special place in my heart. Images are from Doolin, courtesy Joyce, who did a grand … Continue reading
I can’t get enough of these crazy Hahnemühle Post Cards. I am so swamped with deadlines right now I barely have time to make marks, but I have a stack of these next to my bed in a tin … Continue reading