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Thank You, Mr. Dad

Dear fair-going Father and Daughter, You really warmed my heart today, knowing that you understood why I was out at the fair myself today.  You came into my tent and took a good, long look.  Daughter asked politely if she … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Photograph

One of the marks of people who are good at something is that they make what they do seem so easy.  Good photographers make it not only seem effortless but also entirely automatic within the equipment.    A few weeks … Continue reading

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Yes, But Is It Art?

Is photography art?  Is all photography art?  For over a century people have debated these points.  I once thought the matter had been settled with so many exhibitions in museums all over the world , but I am still surprised … Continue reading

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There’s Local Talent Everywhere

Just a quick note to remind everyone that no matter where you are, there is good, local talent in your backyard.  You just have to look for it. WHYY- Wilmington on Delaware By Hand Masterworks    

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Biggs Museum Features Masters Exhibit

Through February 26th, The Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover, Delaware will be exhibiting “Masters 2011,” a showing of Master Artisans from Delaware’s craft guild, Delaware By Hand.  The show includes sculpture, jewelry, paintings, photography (including yours truly!), fiber … Continue reading

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Everyman’s Art Museum

I asked my friend this weekend how business was at a craft fair at which she had a booth on Saturday.  She shrugged and wrinkled her nose.  Big crowd with empty hands.  Art has never been an occupation in which … Continue reading

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Capturing My Imagination

 I have to say that, even of art shows in which I am included, I tend to wonder what the juror was thinking when they selected the works on the walls.  Art is such a wholly subjective thing, which I think … Continue reading

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Delaware Artist Fellows 2011

If you are in the neighborhood of Dover, Delaware this summer, check out the Biggs Museum of American Art.  Their feature show, “Award Winners XI,” highlights some of the best visual and literary art in the state by the Delaware … Continue reading

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Why I Love Point-and-Shoots Part 3

Point-and-shoots can also be very serious business.  For decades cheap, “toy” cameras, such as Holgas, Dianas and pinhole cameras have been popular among art photographers.  Known for poor lenses (if they have any at all), light leaks that expose the … Continue reading

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