|Brooklyn, New York|
I've been away for too long, but, as the saying goes:
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
|Kawasi Hasui, 1923. Seen at the Clark Museum, Williamstown Massachusetts|
I've discovered an era of Japanese prints that I love--Shin Hanga, from the first half of the twentieth century, moving away from traditionalists like Hokusai, toward modernism.
|Sea roses, Portland Maine|
My love for flowers and the world of nature continues.
No matter how much I look, there is always something new to see,
or a new way of looking at it.
|Teddy Bear Cholla, Tucson Arizona|
I try to remember to look up, to look down,
to look wherever I am not looking.
To investigate tree bark and ditch flowers.
|Ice, Andes New York|
I get absorbed in watching ice form, water flow, the colors of wild flowers.
Can perspective be a saving grace?
|Greenpoint waterfront, Brooklyn|
I hope that you are well, I really do.