The pattern of freeze and thaw as Midwestern winter is (slowly) ending yields a particular beauty made of old snow, bare trees, puddles and fog. A while ago, I got a new iPod Touch and loaded onto it the latest … Continue reading
Hum the theme loudly as you look at these images– the Winter Olympics have begun!
Today in the studio: bright lights, small comics. This project *will* be finished today! The art, anyway. (Lenka black and white from the new iPod touch.)
The yetis of winter will soon be footstools on the bottom shelf, among the roses and Mason jars of spring.
The Buddha waits on red bricks/ his companion: a brave dandelion.
A tour of the photo archives takes us once again through the fringes of Antelopia, my ongoing project where I photograph every antelope I can find. Due to the fact that Northwest Indiana is not prime antelope habitat (not recently, … Continue reading
Sorry this isn’t a more positive greeting to 2018, but it’s the best I could manage. But at least this little brushwork guy looks vaguely hopeful. The suggestion of background represents snow and deep cold, the round face could be … Continue reading
(Our annual holiday daily blog begins, with the introduction to the Official Kekionga Christmas Episode.) These photographs were taken last year, when the powers that be in our town in Northwest Indiana decided, for reasons best known to themselves, to … Continue reading
Many of you knew our little black car. It was a 1996 Geo Prizm, twin to the Toyota Corolla Sprinter, built in the NUMMI plant in California during the height of the “captive import” craze. We were its second owners, … Continue reading
What’s this when it’s at home, then? The bold white title on the tall prism housing says it all: it’s a current Pentax DSLR. This one is a KP, compact, 24 mp crop sensor, designed to get the best out … Continue reading