This week’s theme focusses on ‘saturation’, which is loose in its meaning as it could encompass a number of different ways of looking at photography. So I’m presenting a selection of yet more Venice pics (it’s never going to get … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Saturation
The moment you define a concept you limit your potential to understand it differently. Joseph 20:20:20 Continue reading Quote for today – The limitation of definition
I’ve been playing with my new digital art app for the Mac called Pavo. I downloaded it with the intention of using it as an editing tool for enhancing photographs, but discovered that it works better as an artistic medium. Although unlike an oil painting there are no drying times in between digital layers which greatly speeds up the process of producing a piece of art, this also allows me to work at the speed of my intuition, which I like. It still takes as long as it takes, and I work from a blank canvas so to speak. My … Continue reading The Wanderer – For Argie
Identity is rooted nowhere more deeply than in how we prefer to be named. (Michael Toolan, 2006, ‘The art of English: Everyday creativity’, Palmgrave McMillan/Open University) As some of you may be aware, I go by several different names. In … Continue reading What’s in a name?
This is a piece of digital art I produced this evening, inspired by my friend Noel a.k.a Makagutu and his post this evening regarding the events in Kenya. Continue reading ‘Decision’ – For Noel
I had a dream last night where I found myself in the private library and study of my good friend John who was narrating a piece from his blog that talked about his personal experiences, surprised as it wasn’t his … Continue reading Dragon
This weeks photo challenge deals with the lines and patterns, such as the kind that you might find in your environment. This marriage of line and pattern is most evident in architectural structures, so I’m presenting some of my faves … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – From lines to patterns
This week’s theme is ‘Inside’. Now that can be taken literally, or be suggestive of a more abstract concept. In my case it seems apt that my photo entry should be reflective of the week I’ve had, caught in the … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Inside – Sky Dragon