Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
This is gorgeous. I know that blogs are public and populist and available and everything, and I'm glad your art is on the web, but this could be cloistered very happily in a gallery. This is a beautiful photo.
That's really lovely.Apropos of nothing, I had somehow managed to forget entirely that you're in Austin, until Dave Bonta reminded me. I'm going to be there next month for SXSWi -- I'd love it if we could meet for a meal or coffee or something along those lines. :-)
LOVE this Lori.....awesome!
Like this big-energy splatter with the baby tropical bird in the middle! Also liked the sharp and soft in the refelctive koi pool, but the rust monster ate my comment.Am off--must go do my errands before the promised 22 inches of snow. Happy St. Val's, in case the electricity doesn't last.
Absolutly stunning! If I could paint this good, I'd be a happy camper.
wow! gorgeous colour and textures!
I'm not that sophisticated: It's just a great shot, though it reminds me of my bones.
Yum. What was it?
There are some of my favourite colours again :D
another rusty winner!
Hope y'all are having a fine day!Brett: You made me blush -- and thanks for the compliment. I saw this as I was about to leave the park...Rachel: Thanks so much! And let's do meet up when you're in town. I think Dave set a connection up so you can email me directly.Dave: Glad you like!Marly: Thank you so much! Should we send biscuits and honey? Are you provisioned enough for the 11-foot snows?Ed: That's why I got hooked on this digital photo stuff...all the color and composition and texture fun, but faster. But I really must get back into some hand-skills...they shape the eye.Polona: Thanks, and also thanks for the heads-up about my scrambled feeds since I upgraded Blogger. Oh well, I suppose it could be worse...Refugee: Thanks...and likewise about the bones (I suspect that's one reason for my affinity for oxidation.)MB: It was a...(drumroll)...wheel-barrow, back behind a fence, as I was leaving the park and its koi and peacocks.Mise: Glad I could oblige!Pod: Thanks -- hope you see and catch even more great things this week!
This is absolutely gorgeous Lori !
I used to spend time trying to figure out what I was looking at with some of your work, but then I learned to just accept the colors and shapes and try to let the composition and mood make their own statement apart from any reality.I liked this. The little pitted blue whatevers add to an organic feel. Nice.
Oh my god! The colors!I'm gonna O.D.
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