Sorry I’ve been MIA so long, but with the end of a semester, work, and life…blogging kind of took a back burner, but I’m back! I’ve got new work that I’ll be posting over the next few weeks and I can’t wait to get your thoughts on everything. This week I’m going to post a few new photos and next week we’ll do paintings. Here are a few specific shots, but as always you can check out my photography in the designated section here!
I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday!
Good morning everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend. This weekend I won a spot as a guest photographer on another photography blog “3 Chicks and a Dude”. They allowed me to post a recent photo I took. Head on over to their blog (via the link below) and check it out!
This past weekend, Andy and I went to Wisconsin where I was able to get some really great shots of the racing and of a Brewer’s game we went to on Labor Day. Visit the link below to check out the new additions to my photography page.
Thanks for reading!
More Updates are up on the site. Check out the photography page again for even more pics and don’t miss the newest paintings that have been uploaded. We went to Baltimore this past weekend and I got some great inspiration for all works of art.
Hey Everyone…I loaded some new digital pics on the photography page…check it out here….
The newest ones are towards the bottom. Check them out and let me know what you think!
(25 April 2010)
So…as much as I love oil painting..and as much of a release it is from the craziness of my everyday life…it drives me crazy. Trying to mix the right colors, gesso’ing the canvas just right…there are just so many variables to oil painting that if you just forget any of them, than it can mess everything up. So, I am working on several studies right now..one including a copy of a master artist landscape painting. Below is the study, but I’m thinking of using it for my final landscape piece. Thoughts??
(26 February 2010)
We have been learning several techniques in photography for use in the dark room. One of those techniques is called sabattier. I love this technique because it gives such a glowing effect to the image. Below is an image I took of a print. It came out a little blurry due to my highly sophisticated camera phone, but I promise to have more professional pics up soon. Enjoy!