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Julius Lester trusted himself in his art...and life.
The science or lack thereof of editing down a slide collection.
The Floyd Gallery Learning Center graduates and their master prints.
It's what I do to organize photographers.
Julius Lester is ALIVE!
Les Campbell with Anne E. Ely visits Rosemary Polletta's exhibit at The Floyd Photo Gallery.
Return to your favorites places when you can revisit. No need to cherish your memories forever. They have served you well so far.
Robert shares hints on how to tap into your creativity more fully.
Some ways to nourish yourself and your creativity this winter season.
In the midst of our busy, stressed lives, it's vital for us to put our devices down and learn how to relax.
There are 170, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000 ways to play the ten opening moves of chess. Maybe there are as many creative ways and more to capture the first ten images with a camera.
Memorial Day is a holiday and there will be cook-outs. Remember the term cook-outs? Now, its barbeques thanks to Home Depot.
There is no try, only do. Yoda taught us that. Now, almost…is another matter.
Hiking odysseys demand safety first, pleasure second, and learning opportunities always.
Brattleboro delivers the best graffiti outside of NYC. Today was no exception. The scene was overwhelming.
Last blog entry touched lightly on collecting. I know when a Gallery Visitor has found their dream and has to acquire it.
We have an Artist Gallery Conversation each and every Sunday at 3:00 pm preceded and followed by a wine and local crafted cheese reception. Sometimes when there is no scheduled artist, I substitute conversing on “How to Collect Fine Art prints.”
Topsail Center scientists and volunteers were digging gently in the sand to rescue turtles buried by deep sand one handful at a time. Documenting all, I stepped away to refresh and noticed this released turtle scampering across the sand to splash in the oc
It was an honor to address the Wilbraham Art League (Tuesday) with my topic “The Journey to Creativity.” There was lots of love, creative energy, and an abundance of enthusiasm and great talent in the room.
My belief? Continue to challenge yourself, move forward, remain open and flexible to change.
The wind blew into our eyes as we watched the setting sun. Peggy’s Cove is my Mecca.
How do we gain confidence? What motivates us to capture an image right now instead of a few moments later?
Often I motivate others to capture a mood or tell a story with their images. How? Great question
Life needs to be an adventure filled with mystery, struggles, accomplishments, and the unexpected…at least for me.
Story behind the image, Fishing Boats, Prince Edward Island
Connection with far away events.