Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Flat Stanley

30Dec09

642 // December 30, 2009 How many of you have made or have had a Flat Stanley visit before? This is actually our second, and we always have fun taking them up and down and around the Denver and the Rocky Mountain area. Because of all the snow and weather this season, he is wearing […]


631 // December 09, 2009 Today is the last continuation of my posts on the Denver Art Museum’s Western Art. I just want to share some final favorites. This photograph was part of the Historic Western American Art section of DAM. Right now, we are looking at stereo photographs (double prints you see on the […]


630 // December 08, 2009 A continuation of yesterday’s post on my adoration for the American Western Art section at the Denver Art Museum. The pieces above are a series done by Tony Foster, watercolors that he painted while rafting down the Colorado river. What I really loved about these are not only the paintings […]


Embrace

06Dec09

628 // December 06, 2009 Zhong Biao, Mirage, 2009, at the Denver Art Museum. (C) the artist. Saturday I went to the Denver Art Museum with my sister-in-law and her friend; we ended up spending five hours there! It is much, much larger than I thought it was and must go back sometime soon. This […]


Framed Cameras

22Nov09

618 // November 22, 2009 Framed Cine-Kodak Eight Model 20 (1932 – movie camera) I will apologize in advance, as some (maybe most of my frequent) readers have already seen these photos. Been off my feet for a week now, sick, so I have been running really low on recent photos and the reserve bank. […]


Dracula

25Oct09

597 // Octoer 25, 2009 I hope you don’t mind – I took a couple days off from the blog because I’ve been quite busy with our house. Today me, my two sisters and niece went in search of some great pumpkins to carve. After a visit to the pumpkin corner off Wadsworth and almost […]


Boulder Quotes

27Sep09

575 // September 27, 2009 I cannot remember 100% where this building is that houses a lot of these famous artist – music, painting, authors, etc – quotes, except that it was close to the Pearl Street Mall and I just had to take some photos of them.


Doodle Swap #3

07Sep09

561 // September 07, 2009 Personal theme was “I love Colorado”… My final submissions for the Doodle Swap Project were created using colored pencil on recycled brown paper bags cut up into the small pieces. Doodle Swap on Flickr “Hike – Vertical” “Hike – Horizontal” “Mountain Canoe” “Mountain Lake” “Woods” “Sunset” “Moon” “Campfire”


588 // September 01, 2009 I’m participating in a 3rd round of a creative exercise called “Doodle Swap” – an organized swap of original, trading-card-sized art between artists, designers and illustrators. These tiny works of art are only 2.5″ x 3.5″. One original piece is created for each person in the group – thus, how […]


Eye

12Aug09

575 // August 12, 2009 Warm hues accompany this eye at the People’s Fair in Denver.


557 // July 16, 2009 Long sign, when first entering the town of Leadville, CO. I love the uniqueness of the handpainted sign – original and and sets the tone of what sort of town this city is.


Supplies

09Jun09

535 // June 09, 2009 Supplies from the chalk art fair in downtown Denver this past weekend.


501 // April 26, 2009 My camera “lens” – the teeny-tiny hole Today was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. What’s pinhole photography? Well, read more about it here and here to understand a little more. Negative pinhole photography print on paper I participated by attending a class presented by the non-profit Denver Darkroom downtown. We met […]