Showing posts with label Springfield Museum. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Springfield Museum. Show all posts

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Sunset For The Class

---Sunset Solitude---

Last night was the last Landscape Photography class until fall.
It was field trip night to a local park. A very warm evening but everyone enjoyed it.
As you can see the sunset alone was worth the trip. 
Nature put on a good show for us.
Thank you to all the students who attended. 
Part of the fun for me is to watch your images grow better & better as the class progresses.
Be sure to watch this blog for next falls' schedule.











Friday, June 18, 2010

Spring At The Park

---SPRING  STEPS---

Here I go again with a path, a trail, or a set of steps.
I think that all artists are at least somewhat into 
metaphors.  Pathways, trails, and steps are some 
of my favorites.

This photo is from Wednesdays' class at the Springfield Museum.
We took a short field trip to a local park to see and record the changes
that the colors of Spring make in what is normally a drab scene.

Friday, May 21, 2010

One For The Road

---BACK PATIO---

Just a quick photo from last night's class.
The back patio of the museum.

I will be teaching a Landscape Photography class at the museum in June.
The class will meet from 6:30 to 9:00 PM on Wednesdays for 4 weeks.
Starting June 16th.   The cost is $50.00.  You MUST have a DSLR and be able to use it.
Three weeks of intensive class work with the last class being a field trip.
If you are interested go to: nlibecap@artsinterface.org and tell her that you would like to sign up for the Landscape Photography class.
The class did not make it into the regular summer brochure,
for a variety of reasons, but it is being offered.
Hope to see you there.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

The Way Of Water

---LAVENDER LIGHT---

---REFLECTION CONNECTION---

A couple from the class I am teaching on Thursday nights.
These were demos for the students to see how light and motion work together.
The water, Buck Creek. runs right by the museum, not 100 yards from the door.

Just for your information:  this is the 200th post on this blog.
I hope that you all have enjoyed the photos and the comments.
Remember that your comments are always welcome.


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Show Time




At last, the show is up and ready for everyone to 
come through and see it.
If you are in the area, it is at the 
Springfield Art Museum,
on Cliff Park Drive,
in Springfield, Ohio.

This one was different work than my previous shows.
All digital and all color as opposed to the normal
black and white from film.
My wet darkroom is gone, sold to the highest bidder
on e-bay.  I still have the 4x5 Omega enlarger if one of you 
would like to buy it.  But the rest is gone.....
I have not shot film in almost a year.
Most of those cameras have also gone
the way of e-bay. The 5 foot sink just left last week.
Thank the stars it is almost all gone.
I was beginning to think of the sink as a giant fish tank.
I know my cat would love that.....
" wow...dad got me a buffet!"