Photographed a father-daughter mother-son Valentines Dance tonight at Las Sendas in Mesa. I actually put in my two weeks for the paper back in December but work for them freelance from time-to-time. I’m almost done making a transition on my jobs. Starting next week, I’ll only be working at the Shemer Art Center!
That will hopefully give me more time to develop my business and make art! Patience, and love is all you need :)
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Happy New Year to my long deserted blog! This year I’m going to work more on photography for the sake of my own art instead of commercial practices. First steps are to stop working for a studio and start working for an art center…oh wait. I did! The Shemer Art Center and Museum in Arcadia has taken me on part time to work for them and I’m so thrilled! My first day at work for 2014 I spent accepting artwork for our newest show, the New Horizons High School Art Exhibit. 2 students from (almost) every high school in the valley are submitting work for an awesome show. Anyways, more on that later!
Second step is to make more art. So i’m working on that one. I’m also working on our composting business, and designed the website so that has taken a LOT of time. Now that I’m done though there will be more time for me, and art, and me. Here’s to the new year and hoping to do more of what I love and less of what I don’t!!
Landscapes have and always will be a staple of photography.
Texas-based artist Irby Pace asked himself, how can I use the landscape model but also add a unique twist? The answer: Puffs of colored smoke.
I just received the last image with pink in a print…yeah, PRINT! I’m speechless and so humbled to be apart of the first annual Photo Eye Print Exchange! Roughly 23 artists submitted work to have traded with each other and I cant believe its comprised of so many talented people. I cant wait to frame and hang them :)
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My boyfriend and I, along with others, have been working over the past several months to start an urban farm in downtown Phoenix! We planted our first trees at the end of June and you can see JD setting a pomegranate into place in the first image. The second is him preparing our 3rd garden bed in the beginning of October. We want to grow local, chemical and pesticide-free produce for people in the area!
Phoenix, Arizona has been labeled a food desert by the FDA. That means at least 33% of the population lives more than 1 mile away from a grocery store with fresh produce. There are a lot of other farms and local produce spots popping up, and we are so excited! However, we want to bring the same fresh and local food to those who cant necessarily afford it or travel several blocks to get it.
Our goal is to have several urban farms throughout the phoenix area, so that several communities have local access to food, less than a mile from their home. If you’d like to learn more, or follow us on our journey feel free to “like” our Facebook page : Recycled City. It will open in a new window.
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