Three rather random framed photographs of mine are now hanging in a group show at a lovely eclectic gift shop known as The Lucky Monkey in downtown Bellingham. YAY! All have circulated in one way or another before. The group is a FB group known as Seeing Bellingham. Participants responded to a call for art.
Corn, was in a show in central illinois, a group show with the theme uh,"corn". I was rather honored to have my piece show in Eaton Gallery's front window that month. I was invited to the theme and took way too many corn images in preparation. ( grin )
The cow named Forest was my neighbor, he was a breach baby, he and his mama almost died - he was born in a patch of forest at the back end of the property - thus the name. Not having been around cows before I enjoyed taking images of them when i lived there! I attended a local photography conference and my peers voted my cow "portrait" as ART, which was very affirming for me.
The last piece is a nasturtium. I am not much of a gardener, but sometimes I can get a container or two going. I love watching things grow. Nasturtium seeds are always fast growing and plentiful. Add that they are beautiful and edible, well that's a win win for all. This image was taken during a project on the topic of cooking with beans. Had the images I shot been published this would have been one chosen. It juried into a summer show at the Janson Art Center.
All of the above are for sale.
When the above are not showing they have hung in my home.
Photography = a never ending opportunity to capture visual celebrations.