Monthly Archive: September, 2013

Sleepy Sunday! Sleeping Cats

I started taking photos of my cats with my iPhone, because it was the closest thing to me. We all know that when they’re doing something really cute, by the time we get… Continue reading

What You Might See in Waikiki

I’ve been told more times than I can count that I see things differently than other people. I suppose my photos might reflect that. While most people are taking similar pictures as everyone… Continue reading

Chasing Rainbows in Hawaii

They don’t call Hawaii the rainbow capital for nothing. It rains often, and depending on which side of the island you’re on, you may get to see a rainbow just as much. And… Continue reading

Me as Wonder Woman – Self Caricature Portrait

The assignment was to create a caricature of ourselves. I chose Wonder Woman.

Mirror – Self Portrait w/ Sylvia Plath Poem

This is the 3rd in a series of self portraits I drew in college. I suppose I was contemplating the meaning of my existence at the time. Below the mirror is a locked… Continue reading

Free – Self Portrait

This was part 2 in a series of 3 graphite drawings I drew in college. I didn’t intend for them to be self portraits, but in hindsight, I cannot see how they were… Continue reading

Rainbow Heart

Initially, I made this during a monoprinting class at Florida State University. Sold the original, and the digital version is all that’s left. I currently use this as the photo on the Spiritual… Continue reading

Wallflower – Self Portrait

I drew this when I was a first-year art student at Daytona Beach Community College (now called Daytona State). It was part of a series of 3 graphite drawings incorporated with poetry. Drawing… Continue reading

Lost & Abandoned Shoes at the Beach

A few years ago, after a storm, I walked the beach and noticed various things washed up from the ocean. Much of it was plastic garbage, but another interesting thing I noticed were… Continue reading

Morning & Evening in Cutler Bay, Florida

I’m not much of a morning person, but watching a sunrise is soothing and one of the best ways to start the day.   In this neighborhood, the locals put on an evening… Continue reading

Day of the Dead Dolls – iPhone Photos

I’ve studied Tarot for several years. A common misconception is that the Death card literally means someone is going to die. It actually means transformation – or an ending to one thing and… Continue reading

Ponce Inlet Lighthouse Aerial – circa 2002

This is not some of my best work. I took this photo from a helicopter in 2002 using my first digital camera – a Sony Cybershot something or other (point and shoot). It… Continue reading