Austin, Texas' Jaime Ibarra is an artist and visionary. With tools ranging from camera to computer to guitar, he crafts wonders that awe and amaze. From idea to final work he utilizes a deft touch and a wide array of techniques to realize his concept. It is with great pleasure I introduce you to August's Photographer of the Month: Jaime Ibarra.
When you look at Jerry Hardesty’s painting, your eyes have to buckle down to work!
There are the dripping ones: impenetrable dark forests with dense curtains of thin milky drippings. Looking at it feels like going through a thick cool rain of paint, prepare to get wet!ShareThis
Photography is more than taking a picture. It is learning how to see. It stands to reason then that if one has learned to see, the more one looks around in different places, the more photographic opportunities they will see, of more than one style. Our Photographer of the Month DeShaun Craddock sees wonder everywhere.ShareThis
The beautifully detailed drawings of Jennifer Celio will pull you in to see more and more. Her graphite drawings are precise, clear and neat. As you look at her work, you can almost follow her as she moves through and around the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area and catch a glimpse of her love of the sciences.ShareThis
Canadian artist Chrissandra Unger’s paintings cannot be overlooked. They are intense. They are neither 2 nor 3 dimensional, but have their own dimension. While I look at the paintings, I wish I could see the real ones. I’d like to experience the texture, the colors, and the shapes.ShareThis
The other day, my travels took me to the West Coast of Canada’s rainforest. I went to college in Victoria, the Capital of British Columbia, a number of years ago and return fairly often to visit friends, and my Father, who call the region home.ShareThis