In no particular order:
- Lanie Heller, Mementomori ~ An evocation of one’s mortality, and one’s reflection thereof.
- Louis Mattarelli, Before Spring ~ Lovely muted palette of browns and greens. A vineyard in the distance. The winter’s energy stored in the Earth just bursting forth.
- Lynda Martin, Scenic Overlook ~ Welcome to my nightmare. Such great apping for the subject matter.
- Max T. Frame, Side Light ~ There is only one Max T. Frame. Thanks, again, Max.
- Mel Harrison, Tibouchina ~ Beautiful brilliant still-life.
- Natali Prosvetova, Cute Tiny Moscow 2 ~ No idea how Natali did this, but it took me way back. A memory of books.
- Paul Moore, Poppies At Sunset ~ Gorgeous. All the beauty of creation without being saccharine.
- Roger Clay, The Glance ~ I would not want to walk a mile in this man’s shoes. I know it’s a sad story. One we all know.
- Roger Guetta, Marching Orders ~ Sublime goofiness from the mad professor.
- Sean Hayes, Tractor ~ Country life.
- David Schuster, American Life ~ Great composition.
- Chad Rankin, Decimation Of A Piano & Produce ~ Chad’s work always reminds me of Dali. Love the colors.
- Cara Weil, Liberty ~ Great framing.
- Candice Chidiac, I just wanna go to sleep ~ “Sleep, gentle sleep, that mendeth the ravell’d sleeve of care” —W. Shakespeare
- Aldo Pacheco, Rubber Monsters ~ As opposed to scary monsters.
Knox, I am just seeing this today!! I’m really honored by your words & “a second look”! Thank you so much. ~Lanie
Thank you Knox! :-)
Thank you Knox! So delighted to get a “second look”. Cheers!
So honored to have my work included here! Fantastic selection!
Thank you Knox!