Tag Archives: Art History

Bare Necessities

As artists, we learn to adapt the resources that are available to us – whether they are limited, or plentiful. Our creative vision finds ways to manifest. The soul is resourceful. No model? No studio lighting? No props? No assistant? No … Continue reading

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Poetry vs. Smut

While I’ve been enjoying taking photos of bugs, flowers, and family with my new DSLR camera, the other night I returned to my Fine Arts roots. This yielded some interesting results and fresh ideas. Having spent six years in “art school” … Continue reading

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