In addition to being one of my favorite macro photographers Denny Wilkins is one of my favorite landscape photographers. Each year, after he finishes grading papers, he packs up the camera and heads west, into the deserts of Colorado, Utah, … Continue reading Dr. Denny’s Annual Trip Out West… #ArtSunday
Three new floral lightbox abstracts in my Dead Flower series… Continue reading 20,000 Leagues Under the Sky
I’m a big fan of Dan Ryan’s. He sees the streets and he loves the people he finds there. And in him they obviously recognize something … Continue reading George Floyd and the Soul of The Mission
Happy Beltane, everyone. Continue reading Fires of Beltane
First Cat White posted this at me on FB. (I’m known to have issues with heights above, say, two feet, and my friends love tormenting me.) My response was the now-ritualized “Oh HELL no.” Her friend Chuck was skeptical and … Continue reading Oh HELL … Maybe: Perspective Matters, Huh?
For a long time there I stopped calling myself a photographer, opting instead for some iteration of “digital photoartist.” The issue was that my work was so heavily reliant on processing that even thought it may have started as a … Continue reading Which Type of Photographer Am I, Anyway?
I’ve posted one or two of these, but here’s the whole series in one spot. Continue reading Fleurs du mort
I have seven letters after my name, but I often feel as though I’m in desperate need of education. I can’t look at the news without thinking how much I’d benefit from a good history degree, for instance. More and … Continue reading Teach Me Baroque Art History
Happy Equinox the Pit. Continue reading Curtain Call: Spring Equinox 2020
Voyager Continue reading “Box of light”
City Park Pavilion at Sunrise – Denver Continue reading City Park Sunrise
Timetown: Union Station, Denver Continue reading Happy Solstice from Lullaby Pit
15th Street before sunrise… Continue reading 15th: ArtSunday
Dianthus flower…. Continue reading Sweet William
What’s life without whimsy? Continue reading Piggle