Bit by Bit

Landing somewhere between discipline and indulgence, I’m bringing it home to essentials. Jettisoned a day’s-worth of permutations, some of them lovely but distracting from the image and the text.

Welcome to CatRutgers4art, fresh and deep exploration of artwork, identity, and vision. Changing bit by bit as I discover how it works. Peace, love, and fortitude.New Bit by Bit © Catherine Rutgers 2013

This story is about process and delivery. Whenever I can, I’m making new images, and playing among hundreds that are already done, and dreaming about more new ones. And words. I love words and I’m betting you do too, whether you’re working with them for a living, reading for the pleasure of it, or delighted by a tangy conversation.

Three strands will be shared: Snapped, Untitled (the Thesis), and Revelations. More than roughly analogous to straight out of the camera, a book in progress, and image discoveries. And so it begins. Welcome!

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8 Responses to Bit by Bit

  1. Nascent blogger seeks space for evolving exchange: whether you are bemused, delighted, baffled, or enchanted — thoughtful comments, sparkling insights, and hearty greetings are always welcome at CatRutgers4art.

    • Oh, gee. Bemused, delighted, baffled, or enchanted looked good, but I just realized they include two pairs of synonyms. Now, how am I going to rewrite this for the “About” update?

  2. sandy says:

    Mm hmm, popping up in my FB newsfeed. Nice, Catherine!

  3. Tom Burnett says:

    Nice, clean….looking forward to more.

  4. Emily Goodman says:

    It’s so impressive, Catherine! Now I want to start one too.

    • P.S. to Emily, I hope you do start one, and your FB page indicates you’re well on the way. Take the leap! (I just remembered that you can answer an individual comment, rather than always having to add to the full string at the bottom. Nice feature.)

  5. Thank you, Tom! Thank you, Emily! I am truly psyched about this and so appreciative of your comments. Breaking out of isolation and finding new ways to share the artwork, and discover the response, is a thrill.

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