Category Archives: Digital Art

Hey Folks, a good friend Nanci is having a show in Carbondale Pa next month. Here is the event that I created to help get some momentum behind it. If you are here in NEPA and don’t mind passing this … Continue reading

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  What Kind of Photographer Are You?   It seems to me that there is a trend of recently published books, “The Education of”, Or “What I learned in…”  I read a book a while back about the education of … Continue reading

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An architectural Detail is a small piece of the whole, yet it has the power to characterize and define the entire building.  Details tell us what a building is; they are fundamental to the life and personality of a space.  When I was selling windows most of … Continue reading

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I’m not sure who coined the phrase “the eyes are the window to the soul” it’s been attributed to Shakespeare, da Vinci, Emerson among others. I first came across it reading Watchman Nee’s book “The Spiritual Man”.  Here in week five of the Project 52, the theme is “The Eyes Have It”.   … Continue reading

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So working though the creation of a picture I often find myself envisioning different finished images.  A great, quick example could be a waterfall.   You can look at it in a couple of different ways.  Firstly you might find yourself … Continue reading

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New Croton Dam helps supply one of the biggest cities in the world with it’s water needs.  It’s called the New Croton Dam because it replaced the original Croton Dam that was originally up stream from where the dam is … Continue reading

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So I love urban exploration, ruins and hidden treasures, that leave the mark of our time and past. Growing up one of the first singer songwriter songs that I remember was the “Sounds of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel.  The … Continue reading

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My project “Spheres” finds inspiration from several places, some old and some new. First the old. Believe it or not Aristotelian physics has played a role in this. Not that I know anything about it, but as a child I … Continue reading

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I’m probably just old enough to be part of the last generation that would remember the classic American tobacco shop.  You know with the jars of loose tobacco, and racks of pipes, shelves of cigars in boxes, a carousel of … Continue reading

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I. The Stones Of Years Has the dawn ever seen your eyes? Have the days made you so unwise? Realize, you are. Had you talked to the winds of time, Then you’d know how the waters rhyme, Taste of wine, … Continue reading

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Okay, I started with these dried roses that I’ve been saving. Then wanted to try something in which you create an impressionist image by layering multiple shots of the same image.  I took 41 and the idea was that when … Continue reading

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The Scranton Cultural Center – Masonic Temple (formerly the Masonic Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral) is a theater and cultural center in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Cultural Center’s mission statement is “to rejuvenate a national architectural structure as a regional center … Continue reading

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