I believe that there are many gorgeous views which no one is privy to, existing for God alone. But when He chooses to invite me in and we see it together, this is ART whether my camera is present or not. A typical scene from beautiful Suches, Georgia
I am really pleased with this painting, which I did as an exercise in Chris diDomizio's class. Though my likeness to John Singer Sargent's painting is not exact, it does communicate what I personally saw when I viewed the original at the Kimbell Gallery in Dallas/Ft. Worth.
This painting originally was an apart of my iPhone 365 collection as a photo. I loved the image so much that I painted it. In all actuality, the only reason I took up oil painting was to paint my iPhone photography. It has been a wonderful journey!
Waipu’ilani is a Hawaiian term that means heavenly blown waters, or waters from heaven. This image for me symbolizes the radiance and beauty that emerges from the life that is lost beneath the waters from heaven. This image was the feature image to represent the Evolution exhibit in the Bowen Art Center in Dawsonville, GA.
This photo moves my heart. It was taken at the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel in 2007. The hue of this image conveys to me the merging of this Jewish man and the wall where he lays his petitions. A union are made with his pursuit and his God.
This image was featured in the NGCSU Portfolio Show as a part of their Photography Certificate Program. I chose iPhone photography rather than my Nikon DSLR to put my images to the test. I am so pleased with my whole collection. This picture is of the Terminus 100 building in Buckhead, Georgia and a Tulip planted in Martha Kilpatrick garden. The vantage point is the same no matter how tall you stand on earth, the heavens are always above.
This image is actually not on canvas but is apart of the iPhone 365 collection. The iPhone apps can perform all kinds of magic with your images. I love the peace in this picture and the beauty reflected in this father and son having a time together.
This image of an amazing local character was taken in New Mexico. I shared my lunch with him and then asked him if I could take his picture. You can see my self portrait in the mirror reflection. This image hung in 2010 at the Atlanta Photography Group's Gallery during their Photographer's Choice annual exhibition.