In my art as well as in my photography, my first priority is strong abstract design, often to the extent that I ignore subject matter altogether. My art includes mixed aquamedia on paper, collage, paper mosaics, and assemblage of found objects. I enjoy combining my art with my photos, sometimes making digital alterations to create an entirely new image. Fractal and digital design are among my new interests. Photography is still very much a challenge for me – getting it right. I take comfort in the words of Ansel Adams: “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop.” I am fascinated by the concept of serendipity – the spontaneous discovery of one thing while searching for another. I rarely plan my art. I prefer to LET it happen rather than MAKE it happen.
During a recent road trip through the beautiful states of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, USA, I was navigating with my iPad maps app as my husband was driving. I began to notice the interesting abstract shapes and patterns of the earth in the satellite images. A few screen shots, croppings, and mobile art app experiments later, I realized that the possibilities for new creations were literally …
Can I tell you all how happy I am to be posting on RedBubble again??? I had to take a break for a few years and direct my energies elsewhere. But now I’m ready to re-activate, and re-acquaint myself with all of my wonderful and talented RedBubble friends from around the world. The warm reception and feedback from you in the past few weeks has been great! Many thanks!!! :-)
Just returned from a 10-day road trip in the beautiful states of Idaho, Montana, and Washington, USA. Clicked my shutter a gazillion times with RedBubble in mind, and can’t wait to see what I have… :-)
I finally found something green to wear today… :-)