Sometimes, when I go through old photos, I fall in love with one that I’d never noticed before. This is one of those photos. Happy Sunday! Click to order prints of your size choice and canvas.
Strolling the streets of Venice. #tuesdaymotivation (click image to order print, gliclee canvas, and other home decor options)
In China, magnolia flowers are symbols of purity and nobility. In Japan, the magnolia is used as a medicinal and ornamental plant. The flower is called Hanakotoba in the Japanese system of flower symbolism. This means that the flower is sublime, natural and shows love for nature. Magnolias are associated with the life force andContinue reading “Magnolia Perfection”
I was at the @VonLintelLA Gallery last night, enjoying the nature inspired work of British born artist Susan Derges. Her images are created without a camera, quite photogram-like, including the shadows that occur in nature, among the trees and water under moonlight. Fascinating and inspiring work…and reminiscent of a series I started in 1999 but withContinue reading “Inspired Again”
Just in time for Halloween. Click image or here to order print, canvas, metal print, T-shirt, tile or postcard of this image.
It’s that beautiful time of year again… And I’m offering 20% off coupon on all photography on my site today and tomorrow when you use coupon code Happy Halloween. Update your fall decor with some new art and support small business.
If you love this photo, click to order. I’m offering 20% off all prints on my website, all sizes. Use Coupon Code HappyHalloween at checkout.
Have you begun your Halloween decorating? This fallen angel adds a lovely somber vibe to any decor. Available in prints + canvas + T-shirts + Halloween cards, et all. Click on the image to peruse your ordering options. Enjoy!
“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch – we are going back from whence we came.” JFK I’m in a beachy state of mind today- probably because I grew up on one and I’ve most recently moved near one, hereContinue reading “Beaches and Oceans”