Asheville — Inside a tiny gallery in Asheville, a Japanese artist makes teacups. They are grotesque and avant-garde, and I get right away that I won’t be able to make these after six weeks in Intermediate Pottery class. Some have jagged edges and scores cut into them, and others are lacquered to look like birch bark. Meandering slowly through quiet wooden shelves, my initial disinterest turns into intrigue. ...
Reykjavik — Part of the difference is due to the difference in alphabet — there are characters used in the Icelandic language that slip off the Americanized tongue at first, but quickly become familiar the more y...
Istanbul — I got invited to a party at the Austrian consulate last night. For the event, the foreign minister and his wife had two French artists install a sculpture in the ballroom. It consisted of 6,000 elabor...
My opening was full of VIPS
A happy wall!
The best background
Viewing the whole process of eL Seed's artwork from start to finish was incredible.
Focus on Infinity …
2011: Merging Systems
1990s: The Digital Revolution
1925: The Ur-Leica And The Golden Age of Photojournalism
Anno 1840s: View from the Window — The Birth of Photography
There is freedom in being a complete beginner and in saying I have no idea what I'm doing.
I really enjoyed brand Banksy's Dismaland ...
Portraits of Hope
Good morning Chicago!!!I never tire of the fascinating morning watercolor creation.
Pro or non-pro?
Too much of nothing
Walking in the woods writing songs on off-brand post-it notes.
The age of revolution
the process of “catching up” was no longer valid
We were different in the fifties
Leipzig 1813. Napoleon. Panometer.
The Monster Under My Bed, in portraits by my nieces
The Secret To Life.
I love living in a neighborhood with personality. Saw this statue in a yard a couple of streets from mine.
Field of Sunflowers, Coriano, Italy
I had a dream that I was looking up to the night sky
bring in the grasses
Return trip to the lightwall
Can't Wait 'til the Night Comes
Fountain of Life
Make Them Think
nothing is stationary
The Bund Without Us
Remembering Jean Redpath
A new adventure
Photographer with versatile silhouettes