Winter arrives…the temperatures drop, winds begin to howl, there’s a pink to the atmosphere, heralding, perhaps, a coming storm. I’m ready for a wall of snow. I’ve been waiting for the winter of all winter’s ever since I moved to the Northeast. Five years, I’ve been waiting. I’d be lying if I said that IContinue reading “A Pink to the Atmosphere”
This is an unusual winter day, in central New York…wet and windy after a night and morning of torrid rain. We continue this winter’s pattern of unusually mild weather with spikes of freeze. The rainbow was a nice surprise, Henry and Valentine sauntering beneath it, too. Ah, winter in central New York… Just over fiveContinue reading “The Mr. Henry And Mrs. Valentine enjoying a stroll. This is central New York, enjoying El Niño.”
One life,-a little gleam of time between two Eternities.
I did it! I love taking iPhone photos. I have had several shows in the past year and I have sold a great number of photos to a wonderful group of collectors. But, I have never entered a mobile photography contest. It’s like my writing. I have written scores of poems, have read them inContinue reading “3 DAYS LEFT to submit your portfolio to the Mobile Masters Contest!”
Dunga Brook Diary Available Iphoneography Infused Metal Plates Float Mounted, Ready To Hang 8×8″, $120 contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Art comes into being in that abstract interval between a thought and reality, and no one – not even the artist who created it – can remeasure the influences that caused it.” (Edgar A. Payne) “One of myContinue reading “Dunga Brook Diary, The Online Exhibition”
For D. D.k. Crawford…the story of Chevy’s return home. Chevy disappeared this past Thursday as I was walking him, I had dropped his leash for a minute to look for my grandmother’s ring, which was refashioned from my grandfather’s platinum and diamond hat pin (he was a dandy back in the day), the ring hadContinue reading “Oh my god, I love this guy…”
Say “Hey” to my newest art collector, Kathryn Rehrig of Syracuse. Kathryn saw my work at BANK Gallery in Sharon Springs and remembered The Beekman Boys post about my work on their blog- which featured the image Baby Steps- and requested a 10 x 10″ of Baby Steps (sold out in the 8 x 8″Continue reading “Art In The Palm Of Your Hand…A Quote On iPhoneography By Brent Ridge, Fabulous Beekman Boys”