I have a line of scarves and here’s the link to purchase if you are interested.
Here’s a video about VIDA and their mission on the website.
The first four images were shot in Rembrandt’s studio. When I travel the moments that stay with me are the details. I’ve trained my eye to look closer at things because looking too big can overwhelm my senses sometimes. The photos taken in Rembrandt’s studio were so remarkable to me because of the quality of light. No wonder he created the work he did, even on a grey day the north facing light was beyond stunning.
Graffiti never fails to inspire me artistically. I’m now thinking about the empty walls of my garage…so many possibilities.
I took this photograph in the oldest church in Amsterdam. This room truly made me swoon. I might use this image as the place I go to in my head when the world’s just too much.
This church is in the red-light district—it was founded in 1213 and consecrated in 1306. After the Reformation it became a Calvinist church. Here’s a link with more information.
These globes and the plants were in the street front windows of an apartment.
This photo is musician Elliot Smith. This image was on a storage kiosk.
Another kiosk image of John and Yoko during the Bed-In for Peace.
This is an entryway, the subtle lavender curtains were just so pretty.
There are awnings, outdoor lights and heaters everywhere.
These books were beside each other I just thought it was funny. Pretty sure these girls don’t care in the least about mid-century design.
This is a crosswalk on a high end shopping street.
I love street photography. The raw moment when something sparks me. Be sure to scroll down and check out the pigeon slideshow. My daughter Willa had an interesting encounter near the royal palace.
Today I closed the door for the last time on my much-loved studio of 15+ years. It’s empty. My work is now in storage. This is the end of one era and the start of another.
I keep thinking about something my husband, Jeff told me a few years ago.
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