• Ongoing experiments in digital art, based on original painting, drawing, photos, mixed media and image capture. Click the picture or the title.
Filling a lacuna, simmering away (somewhat anxiously).
Sea of Joy
Seeking respite in a carnation transformed. The actual flower was green, the astonishing kind you see naturally in zinnias or luna moths.
Oh, Those Violets Are Driving Me Crazy
From the semi-green grass of Spring 2012 to the unforeseen dimensions … here we go!
When you look into my eyes, I want to have all of the lights on and everybody will be home.
You Are Here: Sultry Summer Sweeping Sweetly into Gentlest Sumptuous Night (with Cicada)
Romping in the fields of pixels resplendently arrayed on the screen.
Like Trying to Wash Grease Off of Plastic with Cold Water and No Soap
We were allowed to browse through the stacks and choose what we wanted to read. The book I remember most vividly had a story about a woman who spun her skin off every night and danced around as a skeleton.
The Flip Side of Venus
No, I’m not the goddess. I’m the dipsy doodle in your onion dip.
Whatever you want to call the DNA that makes up a photo of the dark, it’s deep and unpredictable.
What is the moon doing to us? Waning in the depths of winter, the cold ungraced with snow.
Vale o’ Right-in-Times
Fourteen images for the 14th of February. Come to me in our most giddy and tenacious delight …
Cutting-Edge Domesticity and the Medicine Cabinet, circa 1938
My grandfather, union man, long-time Detroit resident and decoupage artist …
A respite from the existentialist spiral.
Sometimes I keep things in case of unlikely contingencies. Sometimes those contingencies come to pass.
Will O’ the Wisp
Let us see how the swamp lights roll …
Translating our physical territory to a space made of light.
© Catherine Rutgers 2020