Elodie Hunting ~ Fantastic terrors, never felt before

Once again, I am going to have to put off writing commentary tonight. It’s been a long weekend and I am tired.

I had dinner with Marty Yawnick of LifeInLoFi.com after he appeared on the panel discussion at the SF Art Fair put on by the Mobile Photo Awards, which went quite well, based on his detailed report. Glad to hear things are moving elsewhere in the iphonic art world. Great to hang out with Marty and his girlfriend Stacy.

I had a date on Saturday. About frikkin’ time! Can’t remember anything else about that day. Fed my friend Bill’s cats.

Today lunch with Adriane Biondo—she is a recent and welcome arrival here at Pixels—who was visiting from LA. We discovered that she had sent in over ten pictures via PixelEx that I never received: it’s not PixelEx, it’s MediaTemple. Hope to have the site moved soon. But if you send in a bunch of pictures and not one gets published, ping me just in case something similar has happened.

Tonight dinner with a woman friend and a brief figurative photo shoot for a book project I’m in the middle of.

Came home, picked the wonderful selection of images for {sunday.the second look} feature. As always, had to leave a bunch out. Had some fresh strawberries with shaved white chocolate—amazing!

Now … just fading. Enjoy the pictures, and hopefully in the morning, I can attach some cogent observations. As always, in no particular order, beyond alphabetical by first name, a wonderful gallery of works from last week.

  • Cat Morris ~ Virulent.
  • Catherine Restivo ~ Portrait Of A Tulip.
  • Elizabeth Grilli ~ “In the desert I saw a creature, naked, bestial, Who, squatting upon the ground, Held his heart in his hands, And ate of it. I said: ‘Is it good, friend?’ ‘It is bitter-bitter,’ he answered. ‘But I like it Because it is bitter, And because it is my heart.'”—Stephen Crane.
  • Elodie Hunting ~ Fantastic terrors, never felt before.
  • Gina Sama ~ Flag.
  • Ginger Lucero ~ Reading Between The Lines.
  • Gladys Constanten ~ Color splash world.
  • Hans Borghorst ~ Blue&Red.
  • James Elliot ~ Madness.
  • Karen Divine ~ No title.
  • Rebekah Schiller ~ L2.
  • Kris Torma ~ Restricted Access.
  • Mark Bacon ~ Suspended Flight.
  • Natali Prosvetova ~ Pure morning painting with tea.
  • Paul Toussaint ~ If Dorothy had in iPhone, the photos she could take.
  • Rino Rossi ~ The ink in the well.
  • Pirmin Föllmi ~ Auftieg.
  • Roger Guetta ~ Ode To A Sign.

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