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My Collaborative Valentine

This begins with technique, exploring one of my favorite photos, so kindly lent to me by Tom Burnett, he of the serious knack for taking a good-looking picture. This one was set as my desktop background when I got inspired … Continue reading

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A New Beginning of Time

One of my major topics, time is. So it was certainly serendipitous to meet Olga Ast, who invited me to participate in the ArcheTime project, beginning in 2009. Most recently, I’ve been inspired by the roundtable discussion at New York … Continue reading

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Beyond Perfect

Photo shoot, two sessions, May 27, 2012 – Word on the street is “I don’t remember the garden looking so jungley.” Indeed, it’s overflowing with vitality. Remember that super-intense composting project? See The Art of Compost for documentation. See below … Continue reading

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One Love

It started with a snapshot of deep-orange-red lilies. Flipping to the negative really set it off. Simultaneously, I have been breaking on the waves of inventory. Part one: Born in the ’50s and now in mine. I want, not merely … Continue reading

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Interlude with a Goddess

Usually, she stands by the side of the sink, proudly perched on a ledge in the arch that separates the cooking zone from the eating area. Theoretically. My kitchen actually gets multiple use as a basement, alternative studio, storage space … Continue reading

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Guest Spot: Samm Cohen

The opening page of Samm Cohen’s website includes this quote from Carl Jung: “There is no coming to consciousness without pain.” Samm brings a distinctive touch – fearless, perceptive, emotional – to multiple media: oil paint on canvas, glass, and … Continue reading

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Containing Fire

It’s a very simple series, really: a row of burning candles, fifty-eight snapshots, some taken with flash, some without. The wall was being scraped for painting. The first five images rest well within “Snapped” guidelines, showing pretty much what I … Continue reading

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