I made these as a kid and knew I wanted the experience of making of them again, and to also use them as photography props.
It's a Wednesday night and I have rice simmering on the stove. The timers set for 45 minutes. So, I mess with stuff in the kitchen.
Going Up and Sitting On, Stairways
Post 2 in continuing to explore the repeating themes in my work. See the first post here. I swear I thought I had done this one even more so, but I think in part I had one more planned that never panned out. I'm sure I'll continue to return to stairs regardless. 2016 2018 Monochrome... Continue Reading →
White Glowing Doorways
I often find repeating themes in my work, so I'm going to highlight a few over the next few days or so, depending on how many I identify. 2014 2020
Weekly Recap: July 25 – 31
Quite an ordinary week. Started and ended with flea markets and thrift stores. Work, cleaning, cooking and all the boring stuff in between. Some creative planning, but not a lot of creative persuing. This all makes for a very useless blog post, but I've committed. Tomorrow we're going to the zoo though and I'll hopefully... Continue Reading →
I absolutely adored Peter Pan growing up. The live action one from 2003 specifically. But even years before seeing that specific Peter Pan, I selected a fairy movie from Blockbuster and adored it as well. Fairytale: A True Story is the story of the Cottingly Fairies, only I didn't know that until a short time... Continue Reading →
I often feel done with a series as soon as I've discovered the full truth as to why I've begun to make it. I start with an idea, but the psychology often goes deeper. Will I still bring my green figure along with me for a time even though I've gotten to the root cause... Continue Reading →
My Green Period
I'm very inspired by green as of late. You saw this in my From Nature Images. There is more green below, and still more green to come. https://videopress.com/v/VAlHB17b?preloadContent=metadata Read about some other fairies here - The Staged Photos that Fooled Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and the World, for Nearly 70 years