Showing my Plant-stract series!
There is a show right now of some of my work in Murphys, Ca at Allegorie! Come on out and have some wine and see some art! Also, say Hi to Elie Frey!
Showing my Plant-stract series!
This Photo shoot was so fun it was for my Final for school. Hilary Sheridan the model, makeup artist, and hair dresser was fantastic! Thanks again Hilary! hope you all enjoy!
A couple weekends ago I went hiking at Point Reyes! So much fun. The first time in a long time I went out on my own. Always a beautiful experience and I take my camera and spend some more time taking pictures and mushroom hunting. This time not too many mushrooms but some beautiful landscapes. Hope you enjoy!
And here is some textures from the Berkeley Botanical Gardens in Tilden Regional Park! starting to work on my Plant-stract Portfolio again!
Upcoming Show! Evocare!
Artiszen Cultural Arts Center
337 Georgia St
Opening March 15th 6pm to 10pm
Showing My Arizona Dreams work.
Come one and come all!!!
Dia De Los Muertos is a festival to celebrate the life we have and the people who have passed that we love. Much of the images are from my group i dance with the Danse Macabre. We also perform at the various California Renaissance Faires. http://www.thedansemacabre.org It is a happy celebration of life and all that comes with that! Hope you all enjoy!
Oh organizing is difficult but sometimes you find some amazing images that you forgot about here are a couple from my birthday in 2012. Night shots from Stinson Beach, CA.
So, I am so excited to let everyone know that I have my first solo photo show in Vallejo, CA at Java Jax Coffee Shop. Thank you to Rick Mariani, who helped me get the show, frame and he even hung my art for me because I was having scheduling difficulties. I am so grateful to all my family and friends for supporting me in my work.
Here is a little information on the show.
“The End of an Era”
The Sperry Flour Mill, Vallejo, CA
The Sperry Flour Mill is a part of Vallejo’s long and rich industrial
history. The first mill on the site was established by Captain A.D. Starr
in 1869, and was purchased in 1910 by the Sperry Flour Company. In 1915,
during WW1, the mill supplied tons of flour to Europe for the wartime relief
effort and employed 363 workers. The mill eventually shipped flour to Asia and
South America as well, and Vallejo soon became California’s largest flour
shipping port. The current mill, built in 1919, was sold to General Mills
in 1929 and in 1934 a massive fire destroyed much of the mill and consumed 6000
tons of grain. In 2004 General Mills closed the plant and the site has sat
dormant despite changing hands between a few would be developers.
Currently the site is on schedule to be developed by a company calling
itself Vallejo Marine Terminal, LLC and is on track to reopen as an
international commodity shipping port utilizing rail, trucking and ship/barges.
The fates of its largest buildings are uncertain and they may likely be
demolished. I hope you
enjoy these images and the documentation of the
buildings. They may be the last testament of a long history of milling in
Vallejo. Hopefully, the new company will help to create a healthier and more vibrant
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