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I am a self-taught photographer and digital artist. I have been shooting photos for over 25 years, using both traditional and digital SLR equipment, with images and writing published in print as well as in online publications and galleries, including
The New York Times
UNO A Poetry Anthology
Pink Panther Magazine
as well as in many others.
Five of my images were licensed by ABC for use on the television series “Desperate Housewives.”
I am proud to be the first digital artist invited the exhibit at the Arts of Tolland gallery in Connecticut.
UPDATE: It gets better. The previous article was in the online edition only, but today it is publshed in the print edition of the Sunday NYT on the front page of the NY/Region Section. The actual haiku are on page 7. / http://www.nytimes.com/pages/nyregion/index.html?module=SectionsNav&action=click®ion=TopBar&version=Shortcuts&contentCollection=New%20York&pgtype=Multimedia …
MY WORK HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR SoJie 21! / / No Welcome / by RC deWinter / / / Join me at the Juried Invitational Exhibition… / / I am very excited to have my art selected, from over 73000 works of art, to exhibit in SoJie 21. SoJie 21 takes its name from the first letters of Solo’s Juried Invitational Exhibition. This month is the 21st one; an…
The Legend of Maiden’s Hair Falls / Back when native peoples freely inhabited most of New England, there lived two neighboring but rival Abenaki tribes in what is now New Hampshire. These settlements were separated by an offshoot of a mountain range; a mighty rushing waterfall that rose to five hundred feet above the valleys below was the main boundary between them. / And so it happened that one …
Down dusty roads of recorded time but not all that long ago – perhaps two hundred years – in the small hill town of Erice on the island of Sicily, there lived a woman, alone, who had not been born there. Erice was and is an ancient village, a holy place to many peoples for three thousand years dating back to the Phoenicians, and it was not all that unusual for people to be drawn to settle in this…