I had started working on a blog a while back and rather than being afraid of the challenge I actually enjoyed thinking about the work I was doing, why and how I got to this point. Unfortunately I got lost along the way, trying to move between the visual and the verbal. This may have been a good thing though, because over the past few years I have come to approach my work with more clarity and understanding of what I am seeing and how I am feeling about it.
Most recently, and perhaps more importantly, I realized what it was about photography that meant so much to me - it was the expression of my vision. It was about sharing things I loved, confronting what concerned me, what I found ironic or unusual, and things I felt worth sharing. I see it and can speak of it in a more informed and personal way now.
What I wrote when I first decided to have a blog still applies. So, I again invite you to share this "new" experience with me as I discuss my photography and the path I've followed while becoming and moving forward as an artist. The blog continues in support of my work as I move through new ideas and future projects.
March 30, 2021
When I began my photographic journey, I found myself building upon my interests and concerns as an artist and feminist. The value and importance placed on a woman’s appea...Read the Full Post »
March 13, 2017
I remember loving art as a child and throughout my school years. I never felt, however, that it was the subject of serious pursuit. As an adult, I allowed myself to “dabb...Read the Full Post »
March 12, 2017
Merriam-Webster defines “passion” as: emotion: the emotions as distinguished from reason intense, driving or overmastering feeling or conviction a strong like or des...Read the Full Post »
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