If you dig this, go see my more formal stuff over at RSMITHINGS.com. Here, I’m just having fun with some shots snapped while walking the dog one afternoon. He had fun by peeing every 100 feet. Our block belongs to him now. Check out the source components below at Flickr.
Friday, June 12, 2015
Sunday, May 31, 2015
I recently took part in a group artist showcase produced by the RAW: Natural Born Artists group. A rep from the organization noticed my Etsy shop, called me up, and invited me to join. I’m proud to say I am a RAW Artist, now having exhibited my handcrafted surrealism art in person. I sold several pieces to enthusiastic buyers, networked with my fellow creative tribe members, and was compelled to step up my game to make a solid impression. It’s so satisfying to take a chance with something you’re passionate about and have it work out well. Here are some photos of my setup and me hamming for the camera from the event.
And here’s a quick video of the construction of my booth sign – also handcrafted, of course:
What do you think? Have you ever been a part of a group project involving a creative passion? Do you go to craft fairs, buy things from Etsy or collect local art? Let us hear from you in the comments.
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Tuesday, May 26, 2015
I don’t market myself as a photographer or even claim to be one. But I do take tons of pictures all the time. Some of these make it into my surrealist photomontage art over at RSMITHINGS.com, but others I’m content to just share for fun with minor edits (also done 100% via iPhone, like my art). Here are a few from this year so far that have enjoyed positive reception over at my Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr and Pinterest presences.
What do you think? Do you take photos for use later or do you prefer to go with what’s there in the moment? Do you use your smartphone as a primary camera? Let us hear from you in the comments!
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Thursday, April 23, 2015
Dissent and precision amid fixtures and principle interfere with invention, yet intention offers definition within.
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Sending stints into fixtures informed categorically to end sent direction when in, should we wonder if transcending definition with intent has sent something meant to envision into a hindered revision end? Eventually, again, we will send intent in the unlimited sense to destinations beyond what any heretofore intended progress has meant.
April Is National Poetry Month.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
In the spirit of National Poetry Month, here’s a quiz from Grammarly, a cool online grammar tool. As an English major, I found this fun in a geeky way. I got Maya Angelou. I’m cool with that, interestingly enough. See how you do — is it accurate? Share your results in the comments!