Tag: fine art
When your work talks back to you….
When you work on an art piece, be it a poem, painting, or novel, when do you know you have something worth keeping, something that meets your artistic standards? For artists, this question is often hard to answer. My friend Scott, a musician, put it this way: “When you write piece of music and it […]
Aligned with a Seattle Horizon.
This image was made recently during the family photo session with Sheila, and her son, Jude. Few times, while looking at this photo, Sheila expressed her amazement about the stick alignment with The Seattle Horizon (yes, a Space Needle to the right). I agree, this belongs in the Meant to Be Category. Well, we could […]
Bird Friend ( series: 35mm film work revisited).
It is a powerful thing to attach wings to your body.
Dancing Trees ( series: 35mm film work revisited).
I visit these trees often. For me, they always dance.
Don’t ask me much about this image… ( series: 35mm film work revisited).
Let’s just say here: “Hmmm, not bad, composition wise”.
Photographer’s Self Portrait ( series: 35mm film work revisited).
My first ever self portrait made.
A leaf, branches and musical lines ( series: 35mm film work revisited).
A fallen leaf.
Left behind ( series: 35mm film work revisited).
He left the remnant of his cigarette on a wooden bench and walked away. I came and photographed it. I wonder if there was a 3rd person involved?