For a limited time only on mykiidos.com, you can now order ladies T-shirts with my popular “Fallen Angel” photograph on it.
The tank tops are perfect for summer and available in black, white and gray. Click on image to order.
And the chic tri-blend T-shirt is available in black, white and purple.
Click on image to order.
One of my favorite portrait photos to remind you that Mother’s Day is just a week away. I love nothing more than photographing a mother and child-is there a greater love?
Want to give Mom something special? Why not book a photo session with her so you have a memory that will last forever? If you’re in the Los Angeles area, you can schedule a session with me through my website www.chattergoldstudios.com.
Not in the Los Angeles area? I’m sure there are many fantastic photographers in your area. Thank goodness for Google! Support small business in your area.
Modern day inventors and artists, BREAKFASTNY created this brilliant thread spool installation as part of FOREVER 21’s instagram campaign. You post your photo on your Instagram account, use hashtag #F21THREADSCREEN and voila, your photo is spooled across the big screen.
AND they even send the video to you so that you can share it on your social media channels.
Your own personalized thread spool art installation. Brilliant.
Hey Seattle locals!
I will be showing my paintings, photography and taking mini family Christmas portrait sessions tomorrow, Friday, November 14th at Ballard Healing Arts
8314 8th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117
for those who visit me during the Art Up PhinneyWood walk tomorrow. Terry will also be giving free mini reiki sessions to those who attend.
Hope to see you there! 🙂
Getting married in a garden? These flowers in glass bulbs are a great way to delineate the alter space from the guests in your wedding, creating an intimate and beautiful space to say “I do.”
I had the pleasure of attending the Queen Anne Library’s 100th Anniversary celebration. Mayor Murray attended and gave quite a nice speech. The library provided an activities area for children’s arts and crafts and Goodwill provided a look at clothing from 1913. Being a Downton Abbey addict, I found the clothing fascinating. It’s so foreign of a thought to think women and men had different wardrobes for morning, afternoon and evening. We live in such a casual world now that the idea of changing three to four times a day seems exhausting. Please peruse and enjoy the men’s, women, and children’s clothing of the day. The hats are especially interesting.
You may or may not have heard about a blog movement called “One Word 365.” Instead of making a list of resolutions that you swear you’ll diligently keep, this theme has to do with choosing just one word. This word will be your motto, your mantra, the word that will describe and direct your 2014.
My one word is: Balance.
Balance in the way I eat.
Balance in the way I exercise- not sporadically. No more yoga intensified months and then nothing for the rest of the year!
Balance in how much time I give to my art, whether it be photography, painting, or writing. I won’t get specific about which genre, but give myself the freedom to just create without rules or expectations.
and balance in behavior, life, love and work. I began this last year and I plan on continuing it this year.
I will stop, look, eat, breathe, think, act and consider… with a sense of balance…instead of extremes.
Boring to you? Challenging to me.
If you could choose one word for 2014 instead of creating a list of resolutions, what would that one word be?