Earth Day 2014 – w/Sami Charnine Just loven the Earth on a weekend, far from the rush and rumble of highways and automobiles. Take a lawn chair, spread a blanket in the shade, pack a picnic lunch, enjoy the beautiful … Continue reading
Beauty of Bee Hives. Through the ages artists painting scenes of rural life give reference to the association of humans and honey bees. Apiaries and domestic bee keeping can be traced back to the time of the pharaohs in Egypt … Continue reading
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Definition of Abstract Art from the Oxford Dictionary: art that does not attempt to represent external, recognizable reality but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures. I have been working on a photography project the past … Continue reading
I’ve lately been nourishing my roots. The last two weeks of July were wonderfully spent in the western part of the United States, traveling and hiking in Colorado and northern New Mexico where I once lived. This adventure in the … Continue reading
Indigenous Culture Of the 150 known Hawaiian petroglyph sites, most are on the Big Island. The majority of these ki’i pohaku (rock carvings) depict events during the 1000 to 1,500 year period before Western culture arrived in the late 1700s. … Continue reading
Where We Live The works of American artist Josh Sommers is somewhere along the boundaries of landscape photography, art, mathematics, and technology. There’s a crispness to these photos, in that they appear to have been planned from the beginning instead of … Continue reading
Indigenous Culture Petroglyph: pet-ro-glyph (pe-truh-glif): noun: a drawing or carving on rock, made by a member of a prehistoric people. [C1870: via French from Greek petra stone + gluphē carving] Prehistoric: pre-his-tor-ic (prē-(h)is-ˈtȯr-ik): adjective: of, relating to, or belonging to the … Continue reading