Abstract photography seems to be an elusive subject, hard to nail down to a single definition. This may be due to the abstract nature of the idea of "abstraction" and perpetuating misconceptions about abstract photography. Many have written on the … [Read more...] about Abstract Photography
This post contains a few pieces of information I wanted to share with all who follow this blog. Nothing earth-shattering, mind you, just a few things I stumbled upon, about dogs and cats, and a couple of useful services. Enjoy what matters to you, … [Read more...] about This and That, Dogs and Cats
I met the Rhode Island photographer Jonathan Sharlin at another photographer couple's house at a pizza party. As we talked about, what else, photography, I found out about his then upcoming exhibit and talk titled Remembrance featuring Rhode Island … [Read more...] about Portrait Narratives – An Exhibit
The Trees of the Aegean, II exhibit started on March 1, 2017, and the reception was scheduled for March 3, 2017. Many friends and interested, curious members of the Central Congregational Church showed up to see the show, chat about the photographs … [Read more...] about Exhibit Opening Reception
Rhode Island is a small state, yet it has close to 300 public parks and playgrounds operated mostly by the cities. The nine state parks obviously have large footprints, but the city parks are all over the place. They vary in size and function but … [Read more...] about Collier Point Park
A while back, late October 2016, I went to visit a potential client near Dean Street in Providence. Although the route was very familiar to me from my years of driving to Providence College, that particular street was new to me but very easy to … [Read more...] about Off The Wall
Photograph ordinary objects? Why not? Photographers constantly search for things to photograph, generally "beautiful, amazing, striking, ..." subjects, and do not hesitate to travel the distance to faraway, exotic destinations. While mostly … [Read more...] about Why Not?