Posts Tagged ‘light’

Line of Fortune

Line of Fortune

Today we took a long walk with the dog in River Front Park. I knew that I was looking for imagery for today’s blog but I wasn’t sure what I was looking for. I shot photos of broken glass, a lone brave kid standing in the cherry creek and details of a public art piece […]


Starring Role

Starring Role

The image of the light bulb has long had a starring role in my work. I am drawn back to it’s shape and symbols time and time again. Perhaps we’ll live in a world where this type of light bulb no longer exists. However, I don’t believe the shape and symbolic meanings behind it will […]


Crash Bulbs

Crash Bulbs

Lately I have been thinking a lot about my failures in life. I’m absolutely at a crossroad in my life path.  I’ve pondered the lessons learned as well as the mistakes repeated. This photo reminds me that even the worst failures can be turned into art. We have the power to create something from destruction. […]


Illumination

Illumination

During my time at TOSA, light bulbs became another image that I became obsessed with. When I first rented the building, there was only one light bulb on the whole second floor. In the later years, it became an almost daily chore to change light bulbs.