Walks Without Dad

Art, Gallery, Nature, Photography

March 16, 2016

While walking the four-mile loop that begins at my back door, I realized that in spite of the fact that my father can no longer join me on these lovely walks, he is always present.  It is my father who inspired me to run every morning with him, look more carefully at nature and explore my world through the lens of a camera.

Gallery of Muted Hues

Architecture, Art, Bizarre Horizons Magazine, Color Schemes, Drawings, Gallery, Geometry, Nature, Paintings, Photography

April 14, 2015

Palais Longchamp Grotto Sculptures, Marseille, France - June 2014

Gallery of Neutral Colors

Architecture, Art, Bizarre Horizons Magazine, Color Schemes, Drawings, Gallery, Geometry, Nature, Paintings, Photography

April 14, 2015

Gallery of Trees

Art, Bizarre Horizons Magazine, Drawings, Gallery, Geometry, Nature, Paintings, Photography

April 14, 2015

Gallery of Doorways and Windows

Architecture, Art, Bizarre Horizons Magazine, Drawings, Gallery, Geometry, Paintings, Photography

April 13, 2015

Along the Saone River, France - en plein air watercolor sketchbook painting 2009

The Thinking Pad

Art, Bizarre Horizons Magazine, Drawings, Geometry, Nature, Paintings, Photography
Climbing Yellow Spur, Eldorado Canyon, Boulder, CO, 1977

Climbing Yellow Spur, Eldorado Canyon, Boulder, CO, 1977

Half Dome, Yosemite - watercolor sketchbook drawing 1977

Half Dome, Yosemite – watercolor sketchbook drawing 1977

April 12, 2015

Starting another blog was at the bottom of my priority list until I offered to help Brook start a blog.  I stumbled upon the Bindery Theme and the wheels of my brain-machine began to turn.  The possibility of a blog helping me to define my visual projects more clearly and to view my ramblings with an objective eye, while satisfying my urge to document everything with photos, sketches and words, has led me to this post.  I am picking up where I left off three years ago when I started Bizarre Horizons. The purpose is different, but the name is equally as appropriate.  As always, the learning curve is more painful than I like, but so are many tasks that lead to worthwhile experiences.  this will forever be a work in progress.  You are welcome to join me and to experience exploring the world and the people in it through my eyes, my hands, my tools and thoughts.

Photograph Sand Dollar Beach CA November 2014

Sand Dollar Beach, California, November 2014