Mansfield, United States

A child of the 50’s, a survivor of the 60’s, my main artistic outlets are stained glass and photography. I have operated my glass studio...

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A child of the 50’s, a survivor of the 60’s, my main artistic outlets are stained glass and photography. The glass started as a form of self-therapy to attempt to maintain my sanity while working in health care at a large teaching hospital. Some would say it was unsuccessful. I have operated my glass studio since 1975 and have works all over the U.S. I originally entered university to study photographic journalism, but as John Lennon wrote, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” I do not use PS or other manipulations in my photographs, just adjusted settings on the camera. Years ago I had a great Pentax, but didn’t get custody in the divorce. Today I use a Nikon P500 (a recent birthday present from my Lovely Linda. Who says there are no advantages to getting old?). I am intrigued by this site and the various artists whose works I have viewed and wanted to post some of my work to share.
Thank you for looking in on my work… I hope you saw something you liked. Drive safely and please come round again…

Proceeds from sales of musician images will benefit the Rick Frye Memorial Fund

Proceeds from sales of public art objects images will be donated to the advancement of the arts in the respective communities

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  • Age: 67
  • Joined: May 2008


I thank you

Notice today of the sale of a large canvas print. To whomever acquired it and to any thinking of a purchase I thank you. A portion of profits from today’s sale and from all sales this year will go to help Garrettsville, Ohio with their efforts to rebuild the portion of the town destroyed by fire last winter. 100% of profits from Garrettsville or Portage County images go to that effort as we…
Posted over 4 years – 2 comments

A Little Help for My Friends

The town where I grew up suffered a catastrophic fire yesterday. It is a small town in Ohio that most people have never heard named. An entire block of the community burned to the ground and this while the community is struggling to regain a firm footing in these difficult times. I have pledged that 100% of profits from images from Garrettsville, Ohio/ Portage County and 25% of profits from any o…
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Has it really been THAT long...?

I was thinking that I hadn’t been to the bubble in a bit, but, Oh, my word! Will endeavor to visit more frequently as I begin a new adventure following my birthday in May. Going to attempt semi-retirement from hospital as it sucks my spirit dry and leaves me far too weary for any meaningful enjoyment in life. / A blend of early retirement benefits and continued but markedly reduced time at …
Posted over 5 years – 1 comments

Mea Culpa

from Wikipedia: Mea culpa is a Latin phrase that translates into English as “my mistake” or “my fault”. To emphasize the message, the adjective “maxima” may be inserted, resulting in “mea maxima culpa,” which would translate as “my most [grievous] fault” / I received a letter today from an officer of the company that manufactures ‘…
Posted over 6 years – 2 comments
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