Today’s featured artist, Dawn Currie is an expert at capturing those details in a very versatile manner – details that are so often missed while we hurry about.
Saturday’s are my ‘Social Media’ day off. I try not to engage online with anyone unless it is via video. I really try not to do anything at all related to Today’s Visions so I can give my old, tired brain a chance to relax. But usually I find myself puttering with it in some way – writing, fixing something on the site, researching an idea or looking at the Indies work online.
All of Randi’s creations — landscapes, still life’s, greeting cards or any other genre — show the same ability to present the ordinary is such a manner that it becomes extraordinary. Take a moment and browse our small sampling of Randi Grace Nilsberg’s beautiful artwork and then go visit her portfolio. You won’t be disappointed. I promise!
Zeenat Merchant Syal – the positive blogger behind this blog is a counselor by profession. But you won’t notice that reading through her posts because she’s not making you bored by using complicated psychological terms in her writings. Instead, her posts are all very friendly and encouraging – taking you by the hand and showing very simple, day-to-day things you can do to make your life more positive and productive.
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But you might be asking, why would we be interested in that?
Since 2006, Kume Bryant has shared her heart’s imagination with the world. Her soft dreamy creations, such as Eternal Light (pictured to your left) and Foxtrot (not pictured here) will transport you into the wonderland of fairy tale romance while her more daring abstract work will excite your imagination to dream big.
James Bo Insogna’s works have a graceful beauty that comes from a keen artistic eye and well developed technical skill. His compositional skills shine through in each his galleries as he shares the beauty of the world as he views it.
Mr Spangler very accurately portrayed a woman hiding from a domestic abuse situation; I can honestly say that from experience. To that wonderful portrayal, he added an aging restaurant owner, her son and an ex-con, a little mystery, a bad guy or two, a small diner and cup of coffee.