Tibouchina ~ Mel Harrison

In no particular order:

  • Lanie HellerMementomori ~ An evocation of one’s mortality, and one’s reflection thereof.
  • Louis MattarelliBefore 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 MartinScenic Overlook ~ Welcome to my nightmare. Such great apping for the subject matter.
  • Max T. FrameSide Light ~ There is only one Max T. Frame. Thanks, again, Max.
  • Mel HarrisonTibouchina ~ Beautiful brilliant still-life.
  • Natali ProsvetovaCute Tiny Moscow 2 ~ No idea how Natali did this, but it took me way back. A memory of books.
  • Paul MoorePoppies At Sunset ~ Gorgeous. All the beauty of creation without being saccharine.
  • Roger ClayThe 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 GuettaMarching Orders ~ Sublime goofiness from the mad professor.
  • Sean HayesTractor ~ Country life.
  • David SchusterAmerican Life ~ Great composition.
  • Chad RankinDecimation Of A Piano & Produce ~ Chad’s work always reminds me of Dali. Love the colors.
  • Cara WeilLiberty ~ Great framing.
  • Candice ChidiacI just wanna go to sleep ~ “Sleep, gentle sleep, that mendeth the ravell’d sleeve of care” —W. Shakespeare
  • Aldo PachecoRubber Monsters ~ As opposed to scary monsters.