Abstracting Sunset

I enjoy the process of abstracting in my photographs.  This involves removing some elements to simplify what I am seeing, like an abstract artist.   The element  I am removing in the above image  is the sharp focus. Below is a gallery of recent abstractions of sunset.  I’d like to try more of these andContinue reading “Abstracting Sunset”

Swirling, Almost Something: Piece 18

  An abstract painting full of swirling almost something shapes, hangs above the stairs in the hall entrance, and grabs the attention of all visitors to Nance’s. Visitors, especially children, are always struck by it, and stop to gaze, as Nance asks them: ’What do you think it is?’ She adds their guess to allContinue reading “Swirling, Almost Something: Piece 18”

The Fourth Brother: Piece 11

Justin: Image Courtesy of Caleb I always tend to think of Justin as my fourth brother. He was always there to listen, especially when my youngest brother was in a coma after being knocked off his bike. He made me feel safe, and was there to dry my tears and check that I was okay.  Continue reading “The Fourth Brother: Piece 11”

Eternal Spirit on Mortal Paper

A house full of sick kids and constant calls for Mum to please by nearby, snatched moments to rest and build energy for another round of vomiting from youngest and a complete ignoring of deadlines – that’s been my week. Now any dedicated parent will tell you in a house full of illness you needContinue reading “Eternal Spirit on Mortal Paper”