They look like sentinels guarding something. Or maybe they look like large cranes in the shipyards. Then again, it could be robots waiting for the menacing dark robot that is advancing on their position. They are just #mustard and mayo dispensers unless you let your imagination go.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Sunday, February 28, 2016
I am really drawn to images of the eastern sky at dawn in particular. This image is from where I use to live in Victorville looking east towards Apple Valley – where I live now. I wonder, did I know something but was not aware of it?
Sunday, January 24, 2016
I made this image of downtown Victorville back in August 2014 in the morning. Photography is really a kind of therapeutic thing for me. I don’t know if I’m mentally unstable or not (I don’t feel like I am) but I feel really good when I’m creating images. It’s just something about #photography that challenges me to take what may pass as ordinary and to try to make it extraordinary. I don’t think this image is that but that is always the goal. But this image does is a part of my continuing Victor Valley Project and you can look as some older examples of that at my web site if you are so inclined. Though not extraordinary, I think this is a strong image though.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
I live in a scenic paradise – the Victor Valley. I know, some people would say, “What? #Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley and so on, are a part of a scenic paradise?” It’s all in how you form your own thoughts about yourself and your life. You want crap and feel like crap – I guess you’re crap. I see what I see and I see a scenic paradise. This is Mt. Baldy as seen east of Deep Creek Road at the top of the hill on Bear Valley Road. It is part of the San Gabriel Mountains in San Bernardino County. It is above 10,000 feet. It is magnificent. And it is an image I like a lot.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
It’s been a long time since I wrote something here. Well, I have been busy. I graduated from Cal State San Bernardino in the summer of 2014. I got a job later that year. I worked at that job for almost a year before I got the really great job I have now. And I closed on a house last October and got my kids out of that horrible apartment complex we lived in for too long. Yes, I would say that I have been a little preoccupied. But #photography is my thing and I miss it tremendously. And this blog is a good vehicle to show some of it. So I need to get back to it.
Monday, September 1, 2014
Well, the 44th Annual Student Art Exhibition at the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFFMA), located on the campus of the California State University, San Bernardino, is gone forever. There will be a 45th but that will be for current students and I am now an alumni. But I did manage to capture a portion of the exhibition – my stuff. This was a tough juror too, she (AprilGreiman) rejected a lot of work. I had tried to enter one standalone photographic print and a polyptych of ten prints from my photography. Then I also entered two different printmaking prints. One was a woodcut print and the other was an etching print. None of them pleased the juror except three of the largest images of my ten piece polyptych. So it became a triptych. Well, at least I got something in the show, that was a plus in my book. Enjoy.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Time: Show opening and reception 6pm to 9pm on August 9th, Saturday.
Location: Space Gallery, 250 West Second Street, Pomona, CA 91766
More Info: The show runs from August 9th until September 6th.
Normally, I put stuff up here after an event that I took photos at. Well, this is an upcoming event and I hope you can come have a look. It is a group show featuring the work of:
Andrew K. Thompson
Carlos A. Garcia
Edward Lance Montgomery
Frederick J. Brashear Jr.
Kathy Miller Stewart
La Mark Milan
There is a Facebook event page that has more information. The two prints that I have in the show are the following images below. If you can make it, please do. I think you’ll enjoy it.
“Sialainie was Difficult to Read”