Borrego Art Institute Exhibit

February 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I am fortunate to see my work exhibited at the restaurant attached to the Borrego Art Institute. The BAI is given a wall in the restaurant for their Artist of the Month series, of which I have been selected for February.
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2016 Year in Review - a selection of favorites

December 20, 2016  •  8 Comments
Here we are once again, late December with a few hundred photos metaphorically strewn across the floor, each hoping to be picked as a finalist. Sometime in late May I remember looking forward to this time because I knew, just knew, I had already made a pleasing batch of images. We'll get to those, and the stories behind them; but first (as Kai Ryss...
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On Landscape edition 123

October 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I was given some space for my Joshua Tree pictures in On Landscape magazine in their 4x4 section. You can amuse yourself here: On Landscape Edition #123
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Explorations

August 29, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I've been reading Guy Tal again. I dip into his book More than a Rock on occasion and yesterday came across his thoughts on Projects. What he said resonated in that he doesn't call them Projects, he considers them Explorations. Projects indicate a completion is somewhere in the (hopefully near) future. Explorations continue for as long as the artis...
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Lik's Tree

July 04, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
This is "That" Japanese Maple, yeah, that one. Another icon but a bit unusual in that it's an iconic tree. Not that many that I can think of. Here's the story: Kayla and I were in Portland on the way north to Gig Harbor, WA to visit my brother and his family and to explore the area a bit. Other than Multnomah Falls, the only thing I could think...
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