This past May, Chris Deatherage, the man who edited and formatted my Words In Our Beak* book series uploaded some of my photographs, including a few of my kaleidoscopic images (that are also within one of The Color Gallery pages on my web-site, which he also designed) to the web-site for Fine Art America (FAA). He has now recently uploaded more of my kaleidoscopic works to FAA and those images can be seen in the screen-shot atop this entry. If you want to view them on FAA, please click here.
Large photographic prints of all of these images were featured in two different art exhibitions in NYC, one of those exhibitions earned me a radio interview with John Montone of 1010 WINS.
In that interview, Montone and I talked about my piece, Sunset in Riverside Park, which was featured in an exhibit at Nexus Gallery in The New York Gallery building. I discussed this fact in one of my initial (January 30 2010) entries here on Blogger. The photograph which I am referring to can be seen below (as it appeared within a different exhibition than the one mentioned in that interview).
It is featured in the far left of the screen-shot atop this posting. The image next to it, Turtle Pond (seen directly below as it appears on my web-site)...
... has been discussed in prior posts here on Blogger, including one that may be referenced by clicking here. The image to the left of Turtle Pond in that screen shot is titled Trees From My Balcony, directly below is an image which shows how it appears on my web-site.
Trees From My Balcony, has also been discussed within a prior posting here on Blogger.
To the immediate left of Trees From My Balcony is an image of my work known as Rocks By Strawberry Fields (seen below) and I included an image of it (from a gallery exhibition) in a very recent entry here on Blogger.
The solo image on the bottom row of the screen-shot is called, Hope: Rays of Light, and can be seen in the image below which feature it as it appears on my web-site. As of this posting, I have not discussed this image here on Blogger.
* Words In Our Beak is a book series (pictured below),
that is written from the perspective of a Cam, a female cardinal, who visits my rooftop garden where her stories are set.
Words In Our Beak’s goal is to open readers to a simple understanding of the winged world and their environment. The books are directed to children and adults who are curious about birds, and want to learn about them from a unique perspective. The book includes hundreds of images of flora and fauna, links to movies, as well as to informative narratives that have been created by the author.
At the moment, volume three is complete and Chris is in the process of working with Cam and me on the editing as well as the formatting. This is one of the reasons that I have not been posting as frequently here on Blogger, which is something I explained this past June.
Please click here to go to my blog post that provides details as to where you can get these books.