Monthly Archives: August 2010

Failed Inspiration and the Time For Work

The other day I remarked during one of my posts that I was struggling a bit with inspiration. Family life and work commitments can sometimes (rightly, in my book) interfere with one’s movement toward creativity. They can squash inspiration. These … Continue reading

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Inspiration Monday: Jerry Ghionis

This is the ninth in my series of posts about people or works of art that inspire and motivate me to pursue my art and I am beginning to notice the difficulty in consistently posting these posts.  It is not … Continue reading

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Openness in Photography (and Creativity)

Over and over, as I read books and blogs by photographers, I come across the word “vision.”  That’s not odd; photography is a visual medium.  I equally often encounter the term “openness” and this gives me pause. Photography is an … Continue reading

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Inspiration Monday: Margarita Aragon-Lopez

This is my eighth in my series about people or works of art that inspire me to pursue my photographic and artistic passions and this time the person is a bit closer to home: my sister-in-law, Margarita Aragon-Lopez. Margarita is … Continue reading

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Inspiration Mondays: Art Wolfe

This is number seven in my (sort of) weekly series about people or works of art that inspire me to create my art. However, I would like to apologize for missing last week’s post. I do have a good excuse … Continue reading

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