Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Marshmellow Tugboat

I’m departing from my regular posting regimen of art to post about something that I think is pretty neat. Click on the photographs to enlarge. On a recent Saturday my wife Julie and I were hitting garage and rummage sales

The Marshmellow Tugboat

I’m departing from my regular posting regimen of art to post about something that I think is pretty neat. Click on the photographs to enlarge. On a recent Saturday my wife Julie and I were hitting garage and rummage sales

Photographs From Kewanna Visit

Kewanna, Indiana (Click on the photographs to enlarge)

Photographs From Kewanna Visit

Kewanna, Indiana (Click on the photographs to enlarge)

2 Photographers Works In Progress

Please head over to the 2 Photographers Works In Progress blog for a new post about my “Truth From Perceptions” project.

2 Photographers Works In Progress

Please head over to the 2 Photographers Works In Progress blog for a new post about my “Truth From Perceptions” project.

Kewanna Visit August 31, 2011

Here is a short video by Satch from our recent visit to Kewanna as referenced in the post regarding the James Russell retrospective exhibition.  The video is made in Diane Tesler’s studio.  (Of course Satch had to be a little

Kewanna Visit August 31, 2011

Here is a short video by Satch from our recent visit to Kewanna as referenced in the post regarding the James Russell retrospective exhibition.  The video is made in Diane Tesler’s studio.  (Of course Satch had to be a little

"Photographs That Changed Me" – #1

Ansel Adams, Monolith, The Face of Half Dome, 1927 It seems like every day we are inundated with the best of this, the best of that, vote for the best, photographs that changed the world, the list of the best

"Photographs That Changed Me" – #1

Ansel Adams, Monolith, The Face of Half Dome, 1927 It seems like every day we are inundated with the best of this, the best of that, vote for the best, photographs that changed the world, the list of the best

Style, Elegance and Wit: The Artwork of James Spencer Russell

Updated September 5, 2011 The Indiana State Museum will be hosting a posthumous retrospective exhibition of the artist James Russell. Who, you might ask? Exactly. The exhibition is entitled, “Style, Elegance and Wit:  The Artwork of James Spencer Russell” (January

Style, Elegance and Wit: The Artwork of James Spencer Russell

Updated September 5, 2011 The Indiana State Museum will be hosting a posthumous retrospective exhibition of the artist James Russell. Who, you might ask? Exactly. The exhibition is entitled, “Style, Elegance and Wit:  The Artwork of James Spencer Russell” (January