Delighting in the Details

When I look at the results of my best efforts, I have a grateful heart and that prompts me to share. If just one person looks at my photograph and is uplifted, then I feel like the work I did was totally worth it. I have given back a little bit of the experience!

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Space in Photographic Images – Room to Wonder

A few days ago, I received some photos from my friend, Diana Jahns . I had asked her to tell me what she is doing artistically and what she is excited about. I quickly read her email and browsed her images and was IMMEDIATELY inspired. I love the space in her images. What I call “space” is physical (like the placement of objects in the image) but also something more.

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Diana Jahns – Painting with Photography

I’ve been painting for a long time and photographing digitally for about 10 years. I am fascinated by the possibilities of combining the mediums with results that are partly descriptive and partly abstract. These days I use my computer as much as my easel and paints for making art.

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Thiebaud’s Color Revelations at Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum

We had always planned to visit the opening of Sacramento’s Crocker Art Gallery’s new wing, but it took a phone call from a friend to get us into action (this is Your phone call!)…I was captured. Of course, I’ve seen Wayne Thiebaud’s work in books and slideshows. But I’m telling you, NOTHING compares to seeing it in person. What I missed in the 2D representations of his work was the Paint. My God. The way the man uses paint is electrifying!

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