A Heated Game of Dominoes in Trinidad, Cuba
This is the new photo I shot in Havana that I am replacing the one I already sold in the Art Gallery. It’s a building across the street from the Rafael Trejo Boxing Gymnasium.
It’s been hectic and exciting getting ready for the Gallery opening. I had six photographs that I took in Cuba for the Gallery but last week I made a sale. It was a 20 x 30 photograph I took at sunrise on the roof of a hotel in Old Havana. This one. So now IContinue reading “Gallery Opening Preparation”
Hello, it’s the time for changes. On May 3, 2012 I retired from my job as a social worker for the County of San Diego, after 18.90 years. Beginning immediately I am expanding my photography and design business and will be more actively blogging and creating. Something I have always loved is to travel andContinue reading “Changes”
As it always is, my work is a reflection of my inner workings. This is now (more elaboration to come)
These are drawn on the iPad. It is much looser than when I use pen and paper, a bit more painterly. It forces me to loosen up. I like them.
I took this picture of my daughter (Mandy) and son-in-law (Corey) the week before Corey deployed to Afghanistan. They are both exceptional people and I am very proud of both of them.
I found this beautiful flower in the backyard of an inn we stayed at in Mendocino, called The Seagull Inn. They have created their own Secret Garden. Exquisite…
I took this photo at the same time I took the previous one of the flowers. I like the lighting and the feel of it, at times peaceful, at times lonely…
These were the flowers given to my mother from a close friend when her mother, my “Great Grand Nana Teddy” (that was the title she suggested my children address her with) died. Even though they shortened it to “Nana Teddy’, she was indeed grand and I have been missing her a lot lately…