Tag Archives: artist

By the crossing ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

Reblogged from iain Kelly: He sits and paints. I look around the room. There are hundreds of paintings. They all show the same bridge. Sometimes in sunshine, sometimes in rain, sometimes covered in snow. Sometimes the water underneath runs high, … Continue reading

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Lucy Brazier introduces Samantha Catchpole – Artist & Photographer

Reblogged from Secret Diary of PorterGirl: Hello, my name is Sam and I am a photographer and an artist. I am aware that sounds a little like the start of an AA meeting (as portrayed in films/onTV) but it is … Continue reading

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Breaking the rules…

Leading by Nick Verron My son spoke of his intention to portray the imperfections of the apparently perfect. The conversation moved from the technical side of the photograph to the art of it… the vision of the artist as opposed … Continue reading

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Under the altar…

I am not even sure how we saw them hidden there in the shadows beneath the altar. I do know we would never have seen them had we not been looking at the unusual cross-fleury on the floor. The mosaic … Continue reading

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Interview with painter and poet Benjamin M. Prewitt  from the portfolio – in progress

Reblogged from The Portfolio: Titled “Balance and Humility” Photo by Benjamin M. Prewitt There aren’t enough words to describe the creative talent that is Benjamin M. Prewitt.  At first glance, his paintings grabbed me and somehow made me feel whole.  … Continue reading

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Empty by D. Wallace Peach #Writephoto

Empty Sable and bristle brushes clattered into the waste between crinkled tubes of paint gone her linseed and turpentine she surrendered her easel to anger and snapped her palette in oily hues of cerulean blue ochre and umber. With room … Continue reading

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The big picture

We were looking at the photograph in question, trying to decide what exactly it was that made the final edit so much more absorbing than the others. Technically, it wasn’t the best of shots. The foreground and subject were blurred, … Continue reading

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