The old-fashioned simplicity of this rose appeals to me. I found this native rose growing in the prairie about 10 minutes from my house. Below is a painting of Carolina (pasture) rose by Mary E. Eaton from a 1917 issue of National Geographic.
When working with artwork for healthcare, try to choose images that will comfort rather than a challenge as seen in the veins of these Hosta leaves which create a simple but pleasing pattern. Here I played with some backlighting to add interest. This image can be enlarged up to 20 feet!
Flowing water and lush foliage are a great combination for healthcare. Both are proven to decrease stress and increase pleasant feelings. We found this gem while visiting family in Massachusets.
Night sky photography just wasn’t very accessible or possible in the past. Without a telescope, special rotating mounts, etc. images made with professional film cameras were marginal quality at best. The new sensors in cameras today yield the night sky as a “print worthy quality” subject for photographers. I use a multiple exposure method to… Read More
Winters are long, predominated by shades of gray & brown, and on the cloudy & dreary side here in the Midwest. We don’t get a lot of snow anymore either, making the somber effect more pronounced. In the past, I’ve stoically endured the monochromatic malaise, but this past year I decided to take matters into… Read More