Black and White Photography (Quote and Old Dog Photos)

Travel with Intent offers a weekly quotation to inspire bloggers.  The quote this week is from Robert Frank: “Black and white are the colors of photography, which symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.”     Linked to PULL UP A SEAT week – sit for the artist… This next one is to join in with … More Black and White Photography (Quote and Old Dog Photos)

Trent’s Weekly Smile: Nick Cave Soundsuit now at VMFA

Hello Readers – I hope everyone is having a nice week. Joining in with Trent’s Weekly Smile (here) to share what brought a smile. Ready for it… I smiled to see a Nick Cave Soundsuit at our local museum!  Nice Cave is a fiber artist and his iconic Soundsuits were first inspired after the Rodney … More Trent’s Weekly Smile: Nick Cave Soundsuit now at VMFA

Keep Looking Upward – but not too much (Quote and Photo)

Deb, at Travel with Intent (here), offers a weekly quotation for bloggers to connect a post with – and the quote this week is: “I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward.” Charlotte Bronte This is the photo that came to mind for a direct response to Bronte’s quote, especially this part: “Try … More Keep Looking Upward – but not too much (Quote and Photo)

The Sweetest Hours Fly the Fastest (Photos from the Museum)

Deb, at Travel with Intent (here), offers a weekly quotation for bloggers to connect with images and/or words. This week I join in with some museum photos and some words – thanks to Debbie Smyth for hosting her challenges to give us ideas and spark inspiration.  The quote this week is: “All our sweetest hours fly fastest.” Virgil     … More The Sweetest Hours Fly the Fastest (Photos from the Museum)

Two-for-Tuesday: Single Chairs & Cassava Flour Tortilla (& Lady by the River 6 of 10)

Hello readers, April is here and it’s time to share about the Lady by the River book.  However, FIRST – We have TODAY’S TWO-4-TUESDAY Pictures Some chairs for Pull Up A Seat (here)   For Trent’s #Weeklysmile, this made me smile:   Now for today’s book share:   Lady by the River is a book … More Two-for-Tuesday: Single Chairs & Cassava Flour Tortilla (& Lady by the River 6 of 10)

SMILE (Seven Days of Art: Day FOUR) Dianne Dengel sketch and Oprah’s piece

This is another art piece that came my way because someone wanted the frame! Tsk, tsk, tsk. This sketch is a nice class sample because there are some guide lines that Dianne loosely sketched in. Students could see how the artist sectioned the page and began her sketch. Notice the center bottom line – and the whisper … More SMILE (Seven Days of Art: Day FOUR) Dianne Dengel sketch and Oprah’s piece

Thursday Doors (and The Profit in Cuba, bread, and NZ)

This week’s episode of The Profit brought us to Cuba – and while the entire episode really makes one appreciate what we have here in the U.S. (in spite of the gripes – things are pretty great my friends – they are…not perfect – but we have so much to be thankful for….) And from the … More Thursday Doors (and The Profit in Cuba, bread, and NZ)