Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Chine colle!

In addition to being my new favorite word (if you say it right it sounds like you are swearing), chine colle is a pretty cool printmaking process.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Storm King and DIA Beacon

This little girl sums up the experience of these two amazing places. (You need sound.)

especially the sigh at the end.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

traffic light

I left the shutter open for 45 minutes to get the light from the traffic light at the corner that projects itself on our walls. So this is the red, green, and yellow lights. Can't wait to do more!

foggy morning

phantom motorcyclist

more turkeys

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Eat your pizza!

Don't they know there are starving grad students all over campus?

Friday, September 18, 2009

Thursday, September 17, 2009

finally, some trouvailles

Some signs I like.

At the Ashford Farmer's Market where we got green and purple green beans that have been in the farmer's family for generations.

I have no idea what this sign is for, it's on 44, just past my studio. There is an old rail car next to it and a general store across the street. Maybe it was a train with smoke billowing out the top...

In the enormous and amazing UConn library.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

coming out of hiding

Ok, I've been a bad blogger. I guess taking pictures doesn't count if no one sees them. If a tree falls in a forest...
Pictures are coming later today!

Saturday, September 5, 2009

bridgeport ferry

I overheard a little boy on the ferry, who was leaning on the rail, say: "It feels like you are in the sky! But you're not."

how i feel

the moon and twilight

Unfair how small cameras make the moon seem. In reality it looked like I could crawl up the sky and perch on top.

country bugs

This is one of those strange insects that looks like a spider and flies like a drunken mosquito.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

scanning blues

I am sooo frustrated with scanning right now. The reddish color is how much gets cropped off when I scan normally. The reddish color is also what's happening (in streaks) when I dry scan with my own mask -- flare I think. Anyone want to help me wet-scan?

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

4x5 rocks

These are details of a 4x5 negative that I scanned. A dishtowel and a finger. I love that I can't even see this kind of detail with the naked eye but my camera sees it.