ppa district competition – artist

Professional Photographers of America Southwest District – Artist Category The other day I shared the Photographic Open results for the PPA Southwest District Photographic Competition. Today I share my results from the Artist Competition. All four images were judged to … Continue reading

having a muse

It’s Good To Have A Muse muse2/ mjuːz/ noun 1.a goddess that inspires a creative artist, esp a poet Word Origin: from Old French, from Latin Mūsa, from Greek Mousa a Muse Having a fellow artist who encourages you to … Continue reading

blackwater national wildlife refuge part three

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge – Part Three If you have followed my work for any length of time, you know that I enjoy moving my work into a more painting-based look. I have taken a term I heard from Julianne … Continue reading

tuesday painterly art – elias

       Tuesday Painterly Art – Kristi Elias I have watched Kristi grow and set her work apart from others on so many levels. It has been an amazing journey to watch. Here is some of Kristi’s work and words to … Continue reading

bosque del apache wildlife refuge part four

Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge – Part Four Getting Artsy When photographing a specific subject or area I always shoot for good solid captures at the beginning. After I know I’ve got some good work ‘in the can’, I see … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – dorff

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art – Arica Dorff I met Arika when she was on a road trip creating images for her pet photography business. She was passing through Sedona, and I had the pleasure to make her acquaintance and discovered … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – sperling

Tuesday painterly Photo Art – Karen Sperling Karen’s exquisite work speaks for itself. I’ll let her tell ‘the rest of the Story.’ “My mother was an artist and my father enjoyed photography, so I’ve been painting and taking photos for … Continue reading

tuesday painterly photo art – harrison

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art Sandy Harrison The Artist “As a child, I was always intrigued with the old black and white photos my dad shared with me about his experience in WWII and how each image told a story of … Continue reading