Sultry chickens, in their element, remind us that we aren’t alone struggling against heat and dirt. … More Why Did the Chickens Cross the Road?
Here we are after 6 pm on October 2nd and the temperature is still 93 degrees ! But, Lord have mercy, nobody’s cancelling all the activities. … More What’s Been Going On?
We saw the essence of Montreal in the brevity of a single summer afternoon. … More An Afternoon in Montreal
They loved him: Gen Y painter of avocados. … More Join ’em
Seeing through the lens of real photographers for a few days gave me a new perspective about what it means to embrace photography as an expression of one’s artistic talents, a way to meet new and interesting people and a way to connect with my dad in a totally new and exciting way. … More Want to Be a Photographer? Fake it Til You Make it!
Last spring, while browsing through a craft store, I saw an end cap display on paint pouring. The display highlighted a nifty scene of marbleized paint swirled and set firmly onto a canvas. When I touched the canvas, the paint felt hard like plastic. The color combinations were so vivid and attractive; the finished … More Pouring Paint
This was our third year attending the Marietta Chalktober Fest. Happening in mid-October, on the streets and sidewalks of our local square, Chalktober Fest is art in action. Ninety-five artists travel here from across the United States to create, in just two days, fabulous chalk pastel scenes on the actual streets of Marietta, Georgia. Children, … More Chalktober Fest in Focus