A little while back I got introduced to Adam & James from The Hand Magazine to have an exhibition at the gallery I help run by Donna. What a great adventure it was and we had a FANTASTIC exhibition!!! Since then I have subscribed to their magazine that they put together--- and I look forward to each magazine I get in the mail. It is a collection of artists work, focusing on printed work- photo based, printmaking and sneaking some video in too. I always save mine for a Sunday morning when I can sit in my chair by my front window with my coffee and my dog licking my leg; I study each page. This past issue came with a print project that Adam and James encouraged us to take the print and make it something new. So here is mine:
Try try try again.
I am going to get better about keeping up with this part. I have paired down some of my responsibilities for this year and I am looking forward with new creative thoughts. I am going to do my best to check in here every now and then with thoughts or to share a few shots from some of my shoots.
I love this image, found *here*.
The entire series is great. I think it is great because of the framing of the snapshots, the woman , the cat & the situations documented.
I love them.
NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS (genus Selenicereus), any member of a group of about 20species of cacti in the family Cactaceae.
The plants are native totropical and subtropical America, including the West Indies. Theyare widely grown in suitable climates in
Central and South America and have escaped from cultivation. The genus is knownfor its large, usually fragrant, night-blooming
white flowers,which are among the largest in the cactus family. The queen-of-the-night (S. grandiflorus) is often grown indoors.
Some speciesclamber along the ground; others cling with aerial roots to treesand other objects.