When a similarity between my work and computer animation or claymation is mentioned, I take it as a compliment because the 3D into 2D illusion of light and shadow is what sophisticated computer programs excel at, and claymation uses real forms under actual light.
Archives for April 2014
In the early hours, gazing at the stars and nights later listening to the song of trees in the “quiet quiet” I was reminded of the simple truth that I can possess nothing but the illusion of possessing.
Ryan was born in Western Massachusetts where he still resides today with his wife and two daughters. A gifted artist from early childhood, Ryan attended The Ringling College of Art and Design and Paier College of Art. Early in his career Ryan was privileged to attend John Seery-Lester’s “Wilderness Art Workshop” in Denali National Park.
You don’t have to be a professional photographer to enjoy nature. It can be as easy as exploring your backyard with a macro approach looking for the small little things such as bees, caterpillars, birds, etc.
When living in a retirement home, sometimes it takes a little bit of ingenuity, creativity, and wit to keep the family coming back for more. Your family history doesn’t have to be boring, but it does have to be consistent.
With a recorded 9.5 magnitude earthquake Chile experiences some of the world’s worst earthquakes and the scars show across the country.
Saskatchewan has a new photography festival in the making. Art galleries & photographers across Saskatchewan have organized Canada’s 1st province-wide photography event inspired by the success of Montreal’s Le Mois de la Photo, Toronto’s ScotiaBank Contact and Calgary’s Exposure festival.
My mother follows my pointing finger and spots the spider – I expect her to bolt. After all, the leggy creepy crawly looked about the size of a catcher’s mitt, suspended there in its web between two large trees.
Western Australia”s Ningaloo Reef is a place where, for a few nights each year, nature reasserts itself dramatically as the different species of coral suddenly release millions upon millions of bright pink egg and sperm bundles which cloud the surface of the water.
“I am always fascinated by sitting down in a fairly comfortable manner, hands on my steering wheel, driving through the city and watching stuff in glorious colour that passes through my peripheral vision every day”.