Wide-Angles from Downtown RVA (Lens Artists Photo Challenge 9-10-2021)

Hello Readers,  During August, we had some fun dog-sitting days. A couple of times we walked them around downtown Richmond, VA. Today’s photos are from those walks and join in with the Lens-Artists theme of Going wide *** First, the doggies, and following up with my chat with Trent about a weekly smile.    Second, a view from the footbridge: Third, … More Wide-Angles from Downtown RVA (Lens Artists Photo Challenge 9-10-2021)

“If There is No Sun, One Must be Made” (#Treesquare July 11 & Lens Artists #156)

Happy Sunday Combining #Treesquares with the Lens-Artists’ Black and White theme this week.      I have been enjoying reading some of Les Mis this month and so here is another excerpt, which I chose because it adds a bit of a color to a black and white theme.          Cosette had never … More “If There is No Sun, One Must be Made” (#Treesquare July 11 & Lens Artists #156)

Liberty Leading the People (Day 49: 365 Days of Art) Delacroix

Hello blog readers.  For Day 49 of the 365 Days of Art, I present Liberty Leading the People from Delacroix. Five things about Delacroix and/or this piece:  Delacroix was a French artist and he made this painting in about three months (September through sometime in December of 1830).  He did extensive underdrawings and then painted … More Liberty Leading the People (Day 49: 365 Days of Art) Delacroix