Tagged: art

Infinity

October 15th, 2010 Permalink

Infinity

Doc Banksy

April 22nd, 2010 Permalink

Banksy has hit San Francisco! This is in Chinatown, on Commercial just off of Grant. There is another piece in the Mission, on Valencia between 19th and 20th. Are these the real thing, or a publicity stunt? So far, nobody seems to be sure one way or the other, but it is very cool to […]

Doc Banksy

Banksy has hit San Francisco! This is in Chinatown, on Commercial just off of Grant. There is another piece in the Mission, on Valencia between 19th and 20th. Are these the real thing, or a publicity stunt? So far, nobody seems to be sure one way or the other, but it is very cool to see these large pieces in the city.

Go get your photo while you can!

The 50 States Project

August 5th, 2009 Permalink

One of my flickr contacts, trixiebedlam, is attempting to visit and shoot all 50 states this year. It’s an ambitious project that has produced some great results, which you can see in this collection on Flickr. She has visited 36 out of the 50 states so far, and is trying to raise enough money to […]

there are some mornings when the sky looks like a road by trixiebedlam, used by permission

"there are some mornings when the sky looks like a road" by trixiebedlam, used by permission

One of my flickr contacts, trixiebedlam, is attempting to visit and shoot all 50 states this year. It’s an ambitious project that has produced some great results, which you can see in this collection on Flickr.

lil deb by trixiebedlam, used by permission

"li'l deb" by trixiebedlam, used by permission

She has visited 36 out of the 50 states so far, and is trying to raise enough money to cover the expenses involved in getting to the last 14. If you would like to help, you can head over to the 50 States Project kickstarter page. Kickstarter is a pretty cool concept: If the project has enough support, it will be funded. If not, nobody has to pay. She is offering some great incentives to supporters, such as a set of 50 state postcards or a photo book of the project. The economy sucks right now, but if there’s one thing worth supporting, it’s art.

at the circus by trixiebedlam, used by permission

"at the circus" by trixiebedlam, used by permission

outpost by trixiebedlam, used by permission

"outpost" by trixiebedlam, used by permission

Roboart

May 18th, 2009 Permalink

My Neighborhoods photo collaboration project, week 19. This is The Mission District. The Mission District, also commonly called "The Mission", is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, USA, named after the sixth Alta California mission, Mission San Francisco de Asis. The area occupies land previously divided into ranchos owned by Spanish-Mexican families such as the […]

Roboart

My Neighborhoods photo collaboration project, week 19. This is The Mission District.
The Mission District, also commonly called "The Mission", is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, USA, named after the sixth Alta California mission, Mission San Francisco de Asis. The area occupies land previously divided into ranchos owned by Spanish-Mexican families such as the Valencianos, Guerreros, Dolores, Bernals, Noes and De Haros.
The Mission is home to may small, eclectic art galleries and cooperatives.

Announcing My New Blog

December 31st, 2008 Permalink

I have started up a new blog called “Through My Eyes”. It will be photos only, in a large format. This is where I will showcase my favorite photos. There will also be links to purchase prints. I will still be blogging here about photography, the photo challenges, and random stuff. Eventually this blog will […]

I have started up a new blog called “Through My Eyes”. It will be photos only, in a large format. This is where I will showcase my favorite photos. There will also be links to purchase prints.

I will still be blogging here about photography, the photo challenges, and random stuff. Eventually this blog will move to the new domain, when I have time to figure out how to migrate the content seamlessly.

Head on over to Through My Eyes and check it out. Let me know what you think of the layout. It’s a work in progress, so it may have some rough spots. Thanks for your interest!

This Pointless Cycle

Run Like Blood Through Open Doors

2008 Challenge, Week 40: Century Xing Mural

October 5th, 2008 Permalink

Week 40 of the 2008 Challenge. Artist: John Wherle Century Xing Mural Commissioned by the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Richmond, this mural is located over Macdonald Avenue at the Richmond BART station.

Century Xing Mural

Week 40 of the 2008 Challenge.
Artist: John Wherle
Century Xing Mural
Commissioned by the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Richmond, this mural is located over Macdonald Avenue at the Richmond BART station.

2008 Challenge, Week 37: Julgia Woods Memorial

September 14th, 2008 Permalink

Week 37 of the 2008 Challenge. Sculpture, "Juliga Woods Memorial" Commissioned by Retired Richmond Planning Jim Farrah and the Richmond Arts and Culture Commission, dedicated 2001. Artist: Gary Carlos Tiled memorial with words by Booker T. Washington Location: Boorman Park at South 27th and Maine Avenue

Juliga Woods Memorial

Week 37 of the 2008 Challenge.
Sculpture, "Juliga Woods Memorial"
Commissioned by Retired Richmond Planning Jim Farrah and the Richmond Arts and Culture Commission, dedicated 2001.

Artist: Gary Carlos

Tiled memorial with words by Booker T. Washington

Location: Boorman Park at South 27th and Maine Avenue

2008 Challenge, Week 33: Rolling Hills Memorial

August 14th, 2008 Permalink

Week 33 of the 2008 Challenge. Matthews Corporation International Freedom Sculpture, located in Rolling Hills Memorial Park. This sculpture used to have two hands and a bird, but it has been vandalized. Now the effect is of a hand reaching desperately from the grave, rather than hands releasing a bird to be free.

Rolling Hills Memorial

Week 33 of the 2008 Challenge.
Matthews Corporation International Freedom Sculpture, located in Rolling Hills Memorial Park. This sculpture used to have two hands and a bird, but it has been vandalized. Now the effect is of a hand reaching desperately from the grave, rather than hands releasing a bird to be free.