Category Archives: Blog


We Love Those Silver Frames!

I love these frames! They are solid, quarter round wood painted silver with strong yet lightweight plexiglass for outstanding protection. They make a stylish presentation and showcase the colors in any of my original photo […]

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End Of Orleans View

As I approached the end of Orleans Avenue this scene came into view. I had to stop, shoot, then explore in Photoshop to create an image that captured the unique feeling I have for this place.

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Happy Halloween!

Here’s a novel idea, carve a pineapple instead of a pumpkin for Halloween. I think this makes for a neat greeting card too. What do you think?

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Big Thanks For A Big Time

Joy Tillis at the Keokuk Art Center gallery exhibit with a few of her framed original photo art images.

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My New Site

I so excited about my new web site because I now have the opportunity to show more of my photos in an improved, easily accessible way. Please take time to look around, explore, and consider […]

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Evanston Beach

The last picnic of summer, on Labor Day, was spent with good friends at Evanston Beach. I can still smell the charcoal grills cooking chicken and hot dogs. Loved the salads. And the desserts! My […]

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Prints In Time For Spring

This is the season when Art Fairs begin and we love visiting as many as possible all over the city. We can’t help being inspired to do, create, and show more as we see so many different styles, subjects and […]

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White Roses for Mother

Whether it’s Mother’s Day, graduation, a wedding, birthday, for condolences, or the first signs of Spring, white roses are always in order.

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The Calla Lilies of Spring

Whatever your holiday may be, enjoy the newness of the season. Happy Easter. Happy Passover. Happy Spring!

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Irish Symbols #1

I know Spring is coming when St. Patrick’s Day comes around. Chicago turns the river green with thousands looking on from the Michigan Avenue Bridge. There’s the big mass at Old St. Pat’s complete with […]

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