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One Morning In The Delaware Water Gap

An aimless pursuit of beauty.

What do you do when a day of scouting for photography locations doesn’t yield anything? That happened recently on a trip to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. 330 more words


Not Miss Jekyll's Gardening Boots

Not Miss Jekyll’s gardening boots.

But similar…

Last week Janet and I travelled to London to see the superb, temporary exhibition of garden-inspired paintings currently on show at the Royal Academy of Arts. 159 more words


Unfinished but Lovely 

Phases one, two and three of the piece I’m currently working on. I’m excellent at starting paintings, proving to myself that I can pull off what I intend on expressing but not actually finishing them until I absolutely have to… Maybe at last minute before a potential buyer is coming to view it or just before I’m submitting for a show.

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Impressions of Art - Weekly Photo Challenge

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”

Edgar Degas

In the late 1800s, artists like Monet, Degas, Cezanne and Renoir developed an artistic style that became know as impressionism. 541 more words


Lumberton New Jersey's Nike Missile Battery PH23/25

Honoring and Preserving a Cold War Legacy

When passing through the idyllic and peaceful countryside around Lumberton, New Jersey, one would never expect to come across a fearsome relic of the Cold War. 985 more words


Perfectly Imperfect

I recently discovered a love for painting. About two months ago I had a major breakdown, I don’t want to get into the details of it, it was entirely mortifying, but it was because of this that my friend decided to take me to one of those art classes where you paint and drink wine. 834 more words

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