Hurricane Irma departed, thankfully weakening significantly and shifting so we weren’t dead center in what remained of her eye by the time she moved northward through Central Florida. Since this was my first direct experience with a hurricane, (and as I mentioned in my previous blog post, I process emotions through writing), I’ve made a… Continue reading Takeaways, gratitude and a request following Irma’s visit.
I process my angst through writing, so, bear with me or move on. We’re facing Irma’s wrath in the form of a Category 2 or 3 hurricane strike in our Tampa Bay city of Plant City. Fortunately, we’re inland some 30 miles, so we don’t have to content with storm surge and thanks to retention… Continue reading Hunkering down, Irma style
Coming from a background as a photographer, I recognize so many principles that relate to both photographic and painterly images. Lightstalking Magazine, for professional photographers, has some great content that applies to those using a brush as well, such as this one, on The Golden Triangle in composition. Busy day, heading out to paint with… Continue reading The Golden Triangle