Portrait of 2 brothers, featuring my favorite knuckleheads, Tennyson and Keaton.
It was a waking vision this time. Cassandra couldn't comprehend any of the images nor could she shake the overwhelming sense of dread.
Revisiting mixed media art classes as digital canvases.
The programs, apps and cameras I use to create my digital mixed media art.
Hi ho art friends. As you know, I'm taking Sebastian Michael's Awake class. I'm learning so much but a frustration I'm feeling is that because I use the Gimp on Linux, I can't easily make use of things like Topaz Impression. So, I get to figure it out creative ways to make Gimp behave more … Continue reading Gimprovisation
Hi art friends. I'm putting all the effort into photo manipulation because I am working on a project that merges my photography, mixed media art, and dolls to tell a cyberpunk illustrated story. Today's post doesn't have a direct connection to the story. It's just a way to merge all my artwork into one image. … Continue reading Wolf dreams of a meadow
Hi ho, art friends. Today is my last day of medial leave after my 2nd total knee replacement. Twelve months of physical therapy and knowing more about the healing process means that I'm recovering much more quickly. I'm using my cane less and less around the house, but I'm still moving quite slowly. Let's not … Continue reading Day for Night @ The Refuge
Hi art friends. I'm still processing the Sebastian Michael's Photoshop Artistry Grunge class. I've reached the stage where I watch a video; figure out how to do the same moves in Gimp, then incorporate the lesson into several composite images. This is one of the images. The doll is Rose, my Dollmore Youth Eve Lilis … Continue reading Rose
In 2004, I celebrated my 40th birthday with friends and family with a day of festivities at the Seattle Arboretum, the Japanese Garden and finished with dinner at the Queen Anne Sam's Sushi. Today's photo is one of from the pond at the Japanese Garden. The flowers and critters were out in full force that … Continue reading Duck, Turtle, & Koi
Back in 2005, I was a techie/designer with Open Circle Theater. When the theater was located in the Lake Union area. Back then, that neighborhood was a pretty run-down, semi-industrial area. The biggest draws were Fred Hutch, the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and the Museum of Wooden Boats. Long before the industrial buildings were knocked down … Continue reading Old Brick Building