NYC construction site still life

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I was walking down 10th Avenue near 29th Street in New York City yesterday when I noticed this mess of red and orange-capped pipes and rusty residue sitting on the sidewalk. There was something about this that caught my attention – it was primarily the red caps, that reminded me of lids from Play-Doh containers […]

Viewing art of the underwater type

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I’ve been on a brief hiatus from posting to the Artsology blog due to spending a fantastic 5 days on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands. I did a lot of snorkeling on this trip, enjoying all of the sights one can see while swimming alongside coral and tropical fish. It’s […]

A different kind of art: the views underwater while scuba diving

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I’ve been fortunate to have some opportunities to do some scuba diving, something that I dreamed about doing ever since I was a little kid, and finally achieved when I reached my 40’s. The views underwater, between the coral, sponges, tropical fish and other sea life, makes for a completely different type of “artistic” experience, […]