I’ve been busy photography and processing more work for my artist website. I thought I’d share a few of them with you here on my blog.
Here is one lone chocolate on a white plate…calling my name. A French word overlay from French Kiss Collections was added to the image.
The Last Temptation Available for sale in my Kitchen Art Gallery.
This next image was captured on a cold winter’s day off of my back porch. I love the fiery colors of the sunset and the usual clouds and contrails.
Point the Way Home sunset is available on my Artist Website
This next image is a still life set up of a piece from my growing collection of jadite. I’ve become quite the collector of jadite. Love having my morning coffee out of this coffee cup-my favorite jadite piece–for now.
Jadite Kitchen Wall Art
Anyway, I’ve been keeping myself busy and out of the mostly rainy spring we’ve had here in Missouri by setting up still life shots, photographing them, and processing the images. Just any day I hear it’s supposed to be spring. Just any day…
I went out on a late winter/early spring walk around the Mizzou campus last week. We had a day of beautiful warm weather and I needed to get outside and enjoy it.
Here is a photo of the Memorial Union Clock tower at Mizzou. I love the unusal angle of this.
Fine Art Print Available for Sale
So, out of curiousity, I read up on the history of The Memorial Union. I mean, I went to school there in the 70′s and never really wondered about it. Now, I wondered. It is called the Memorial Union as a memorial to the fallen Mizzou alumni in World War I. Interesting. The tower portion was built between 1923-1926. They broke ground for the north building at the 1930 Homecoming, but the Great Depression halted work on it. The project was started again in 1951 and completed in 1952. The AP Green chapel was added in 1959, and the south wing completed in 1963.
Print for Sale on my Artist Site
I think the Memorial Union is such a beautiful building. The above shot is looking at the union from the white campus of Mizzou.
This next photograph is of Cornell Hall, the business school building. A beautiful building inside and out. Much, much different than Middlebush where I attended my business classes in the 70′s!
Cornell Hall Fine Art Print Available Here
A quick stroll over to The Quad and a nicely framed shot of the columns in Francis Quadrangle. (which we always just referred to as The Quad).
The Quad at Mizzou – Prints, Canvas, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints and Cards available for sale
I then cut through Jesse Hall–such lovely woodwork on the inside–must get that next trip. Here is a shot of Jesse Hall taken from the south of the building.
Jesse Hall Fine Art Print Available Here
The campus is closed for spring break in a few weeks and I’d like to go over again and see what kind of photos I can get without so many people on campus. I did have to edit some people out of these photos. It was a beautiful day, tons of kids were out walking around enjoying the springlike weather.
A link to my complete portfolio of Mizzou and Columbia Fine Art Photos. Prints, framed prints, canvas, metal and acrylic prints are available for sale, as well as greeting cards.
Sometimes I just can’t resist messing around with photos in photoshop. Putting on textures. Cropping. Adjusting. Had such fun with this photo! A teacup from my grandmother’s collection, a cute carnation, and a pink crocheted doily I found on one of my many, many antiquing expeditions.
Print Available Here
See the cute french writing texture in the background? That is from the French Kiss Collection. Love her textures and brushes. You can see them here:
Well, I’m back to playing with photos. Next up? Some photos I took on our recent trip to New Orleans.