First, it’s like a breath of fresh air (not something we have much of these days) to have some of my work on the walls of a bricks and mortar gallery! The Abstract Thinking show scheduled for April at the SFWA Gallery is now live until September 29th. I had all three of my abstract… Continue reading August
July was a quilt kind of month
After splashing out in some new abstract directions, I needed some structure for a bit. My July Quilt Series (currently with 4 pieces) gave me a meditative process choosing tones and varying contrasts. I would love some comments. I did also do a few abstracts – you can see them on my Mixed Media page!… Continue reading July was a quilt kind of month
My 15 minutes of Fame
A very nice article appeared in today’s San Francisco Chronicle about some of my recent jazz photography which is being featured at a festival this weekend. It should be a fun day, so if you’re reading this before Saturday, August 4th, and you’re somewhere near San Francisco, here are the details:
Back Where it Belongs
I took this photograph of the Steel Stacks several years ago on my first trip to Bethlehem PA. I loved the textures of subtle color reflections (There were Christmas lights across the highway). I never expected it to have much of a market in California, but this week it made it’s way back to Pennsylvania… Continue reading Back Where it Belongs
Well, 2014 is gone; 4 book launch events done; the gallery is set to re-open soon (SF Women Artists Gallery’s new digs in the Inner Sunset), and I’m no longer carrying cameras to every gig I go to – but just last week, well, couldn’t help myself. These five portraits from a concert at the… Continue reading 2015
A nice learning curve
I had an offer I couldn’t refuse. Since I’ve been photographing musicians and more recently bands in local clubs, I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised to be asked to do a concert shoot. But, well, it’s BIGGER – and it’s for the client, not for me! It was a challenge I couldn’t ignore though,… Continue reading A nice learning curve
Terri with Terri
My other ‘Woman’ piece in the SF Women Artists show, called The Knitters can be seen here behind one of the knitters. Meet Terri Wong who is wearing another of her hand-knitted hats.
4 Venues in December!
It’s really exciting to be in 4 places at once! The San Francisco show has moved from the SFWA gallery to the San Francisco Federal Building where it will live until the end of the month. The opening Reception is Wednesday 11:30 – 1 at 90 Seventh Street. I have 5 pieces there (added a… Continue reading 4 Venues in December!
Not my usual fare, but I was trying out my new viewfinder yesterday morning and was pleased my camera was up to the job. It also makes me think maybe Spring really has arrived.