This week’s gallery is all about the blues. There are so many different kinds of blue. There’s midnight blue, dark blue, light blue, sky blue, teal, etc. My gallery has them all. The blues of the sky, blue glass, blue cars, blue signs, and blue water.
I love signs and marquees, especially when they have a vintage, retro feel. The blue Bijou Marquee and the Square Room Marquee are both in Knoxville, TN. The Floridita Bar is in Cuba. My sister and I stopped in for a drink while wondering the streets of Trinidad. You can see some of my other signs and marquees in my sign gallery.
The fantasy art was new to me at the time. I have spent most of my life believing I could only use my camera to photograph what is there and as an artist use that to create something personal. But I decided to try something different and created a whole new world in these photos. The Goddess as creator is a definite theme for me. You can see more of my Goddess and fantasy work in this gallery.
Glass tends to be popular among photographers. Mostly because it changes the moment depending on the light. Light coming through or reflecting off glass can change the look of feel of any room or subject. Visit my Glass gallery to see reflections, refractions, and everything in between.
Cars are another favorite for me. I suppose it’s because they are usually reflective like glass and they tend to have great curves and details, especially classic cars. It’s difficult to get a great car shot at car shows, though. There are usually so many people and other cars around. But where there is a will there is a way. Be sure to visit my Car gallery to see some cool old cars and trucks.
To purchase prints of any of these photos, visit my gallery.
Universe as Egg
Goddess of Life
Blue Apothecary Jars
Blue Ceramic Jars
Sinking the Moon
Bluebird in tree
Blue ’65 Mustang
Blue Ford Anglia
Blue Bowl with Groundcherries
Blue at the Beach
Blue Glass Bead
Dublin Sunset Seahorse
Seán Heuston Bridge
Caution: Mustang Fan
18 and on the beach
Jellico Motel and Restaurant sign. Memories of Americana and road travel in its hay day.
To see blue art from other artists, click here.