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@ Christina I love the wrens! I keep hoping that they'll move into the forgotten little bird house I have outside our kitchen window. A couple checked it out but for some reason they haven't moved in. You can send some to our house if you want. :)
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This black and white photograph was taking during rush hour on The Avenue des Champs-Elysees in Paris. You can see the Arc de Triomphe behind the busy flow of traffic.trans New Artwork: Rush Hour in Paris
A commissioned pencil drawing of a Golden Labrador called Phoebe, for my friend Olivia as her Christmas gift for her Father. I used a photograph of the dog and faded the background out in a circular fade, making the dogs face and expression the focal point of the drawing.
Stephen Wilkes is one of many artists that are inspiring my current work at University. This video gives you an insight into his practice and the process involved to create the magnificent photographs of his Day to Night Series.
A surreal dreamlike scene of a tree flourishing on a floating island. The Nature of Dreams reflects both the mysterious architecture of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur subconsciously in the mind while sleeping, and a Utopian world where nature is free from mankind’s destruction.
The artwork was made from a series of photographs that were digitally edited and blended together with Photoshop.
My most recent sale "Cattle on a Hill" reminds me of our farm when I was a kid. We would have to go bring in the cows for milking and feeding, which were always way up the creek and back on top of the hill where the most green grass would be. I remember pestering my big brother Dane to give me a chew of that [ Big Red Man Tobacco], well kids are not as smart as their big brothers. He knew when I would be running after the cows I would have to keep up and I would be chewing and swallowing the juice [to be a man you had to swallow the juice] .
Well let me say as a young kid it was a lesson on just how not to beg for what you can't handle yet or how sick one can get, when he turns as green as the grass. I made it all the way back down to the creek where I sat down on a big log and thats as far as I got. After they milked the cows and had supper and it was getting dark Dad sent him back up after me. He found me laying over a log surrounded by those big ole black and yellow Bumble Bees [another story]. Mom and Dad laughted about it and never said any more they already knew I had had enough, I've never had another chew in my mouth since. Uncle Ran