I see a world defined by discrete, fleeting moments in time and place, illuminated by impressionistic washes of luminosity, expressed in forms, colors and expressions that create frames of experience imprinted in memories.
Celebrate the beauty of the great outdoors! We invited some artist friends to share their work and what inspires them.
I love to work with the human form. It is the most universal symbol of beauty that stirs and satisfies my mind and heart. Thus the human form is essential to my art work.
My images are done with a creative purpose just like a painter. Like all artists, my work is personal and is created for my enjoyment based on my vision. I am a very visual person. Everything I see is a photograph that inspires me.
My gardens, nurtured by my family florist background, are a source of peace and beauty. I photograph the delicate flowers each morning, with the soft light of the rising sun. In the afternoon, I am able to catch the backlit beauty of the petals.
My work celebrates color without texture. These are snapshots of my ideal world—clean and intense, seductive yet scary, celebratory and playful.
We invited some artist friends to share their colorful and inspired work.
My work is a collage of saturated memories from my early childhood, infused with my expanding adventures from my travels and everyday life.
Metaphors that evoke landscapes, animals, human situations, mythology, humor, and cultural archetypes help me connect with the viewer. I consider the title of each work to be an integral and vital part of the creation.
When I am sitting in a café or walking down the street, I become a “people watcher,” and often wonder who somebody is, what they do for a living, etc. Maybe this is a bit of voyeurism or just plain curiosity that many of us have about others.
Nature has always been an inspiration and influence for artists.
If the collection of work that you have for sale is unwieldy and tends to overwhelm customers, you must cut through the clutter and make some hard decisions.