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The Decisive Moment - in nature

Henri Cartier Bresson “the father of modern photojournalism,” once said that “Photography is not like painting, there is a creative fraction of a second when you are taking a picture. Your eye must see a composition or an expression that life itself offers you, and you must know with intuition when to click the [...]

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Photography for what ails you

Even in these dark days of the great recession, there are still patrons of the arts to be found out there. One shining example: hospitals and health care facilities.
Here in Southwestern Washington the Vancouver Clinic has been very active in collecting and exhibiting works of the fine arts, representing local talent. From watercolor [...]

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(Surprise) media spotlight — The Gorge Guide

The (Columbia) “Gorge Guide”, an annual publication, have printed a few of my images, inside, each of the past four years.  Still, I was surprised to find in this year’s edition (just published)   my image of Beacon Rock on the cover! (Click on the image to go to the on-line version of the [...]

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Gresham media spotlight

A reminder… the mixed media art exhibit at Gresham city Hall (”Along the Open Road”) continues till next Thursday, April 8. Meanwhile…
The “Gresham Outlook,”  an on-line publication,  printed a summary of an interview with me and three other exhibiting artists. I must say I was pleasantly surprised that, even though what they published [...]

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Showtime

Some of our work is currently on exhibit at Camas’ “Second Story Gallery” (Upstairs at Camas’ Public Library, in our hometown of Camas, Washington, near Portland, Oregon). Opening night + reception was last Friday 8/7/09 with 55 people attending. The exhibit remains on display until Saturday 8/29 and may be seen at any time during [...]

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Along a back country road

On the East side of the Cascade range of Oregon and Washington is high desert. It is a special place of farms and ranches and barns, rugged terrain and gentle rolling hills that almost magically bring forth a technicolor world each Spring, when wildflowers return to put on incredible, mesmerizing displays. Balsamroot, Indian Paintbrush, Poppies [...]

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