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Honest, I’m not trying to rush the seasons, but here is a limited time offer.  Just use the code SHARE10 at checkout and you can get $10 off your purchase of the book, Summer Colors.  Click on the above image for a sneak preview of the beauty I found one summer in New England.  Offer ends March 31st.  There’s also a nifty little book about a hidden gem of a park. See what you think.  😉

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That’s what flowers often are for me, vessels holding sunlight.  And that is the title of my series of images appearing in the latest issue of Blackberry: A Magazine.  Blackberry is a new digital and print literary magazine showcasing the writing and artwork of black women.  The editor did a lovely job of integrating art with words in this issue focused on “where the light is.”  Check it out by clicking on the following image.

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I believe in magic especially this winter as I’ve watched frost form upon the windows.  Read more at Creativity Portal about the Winter Window Magic I’ve seen.  Enjoy!

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Not to rush time, but I am happy to share that I have two 2013 calendars available for purchase:  Leaves and Petals and Butterflies and Moths.  I’ve ordered them both and am quite pleased with the quality. Even though many people keep detailed schedules on their phones these days, for those who still like to put pen to paper or just glance at a wall calendar with a peaceful image, I hope these items will be of interest for personal use or as a gift.  I have one more calendar planned before year’s end and its imagery will focus on food.  Stay tuned. 😉

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I am pleased to share that Alimentum Journal is featuring a set of my food photographs inspired by Japanese artist Yozo Hamaguchi.

Even before my extraordinary journey to Japan a few years ago, I had been intrigued by Japan and its culture, especially depictions of nature in print and on cloth, and as expressed in music, words and images.  But visiting Japan awakened my senses to food as visual art object.  Further research introduced the works of Yozo Hamaguchi, who inspired a whole series of photographs.

The Hamaguchi-inspired images can be viewed in the Alimentum Art Gallery HERE.

And you can view the full gallery of images on my website HERE.

Bon apetit! 😉

 

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What do forks have to do with a long walk? Well, just click the picture or on this link to find out.    Find a tale inspired by my interactions with a five-year old who has grown adept at asking “can you make up a story about [fill in the blank],” and my interactions with a 50-plus year old  who has the spirit of a five-year old who tells me quite often what he will do with a fork in the road.

With such muses in my life, how could I not write this tale?  Please enjoy and let me know what you think.

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For many people, including myself, it seems that this has been an especially chaotic year.  And so it is a great honor to have one of my images appear in the pages of Alive Now in the July/August 2012 issue focused on rest.  It is a small, lovely publication that I highly recommend.  And get this, the editor paired my image next to the words of Maya Angelou.  How cool is that? 😉  Have a good day, folks.

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Okay, yes, that’s me in my mother’s arms a few days out of the hospital.  I won’t tell you how long ago. But I will share this essay, just published in Talking Writing Magazine.  People sometimes ask why do I write about a leaf blowing in the wind or photograph a sliver of light.  This essay helps to explain the why of it all.  Enjoy.

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I’m pleased to share that I have a new article posted at Creativity Portal.com.  Called “Beneath the Sun, Moon and Stars:  Exploring New Worlds …,” it is the main feature on the home page this week.  It’s a brief piece about having fun trying something new.  I hope you have a chance to stop by and take a look.  Have a good day, folks! 😉

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Just a couple of quick updates.  First, you may remember the series of posts late last month about storytelling through paper crafts and collage.  Well I turned some of the artwork into postcards.  Printed on high quality paper, they are bright and beautiful and I hope images that will make people smile as they pull them out of their mailboxes.  If you’re interested in purchase, just send me a note and I’ll let you know how you can obtain them.

Second, you may remember previous posts about my continuing adventures with a very young friend about colors.  Our most recent discourse revolved around the color white.  She may just be four years old and I … considerably older … but she does gently nudge me to push at colorful boundaries in unexpected ways.  As I wrote about in this post, for her I’ve tried to pull together a sampling of my favorite “white” images.

I’m quite pleased with the result.  I hope she will be too.  If you have an interest in this little magazine, it is available here as a print copy or for download.  Ah, technology.  😉

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