Saturday, March 6, 2010

Photography

















My hubby and I took my new camera out today on a small road trip! We took a drive down to the little historic delta town of Locke. The town was founded in 1915 after fire destroyed a Chinese neighborhood of a nearby town. To learn more go to the Locke website.



I took a bunch of photos, we went there so I could get specifically the Dai Loy Museum the former gambling house. It is really cool, almost can hear and smell history! I think these photos are the ones I am going to show at the Marco Fuoco Gallery for the March show. No painting in this show only Photos, 3-D art and video art. I wanted to do something different... I think this works!

I have not yet finished the Haight Ashbury painting, I hope to soon. Next? Well my very best friend Carolee has comissioned me to do a very large painging for her. A compilation from their trip to Italy, I can't wait to get started! It's huge! 60x36. Ok, until next time... be well. Tj

4 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

I love the photos, TJ! That second one is my absolute favorite though. Reminds me of an era when the businessmen wore arm bands...maybe like in old westerns. Happy painting and a big congrats on your commission.

Campbell Jane said...

Great Scott Great Shots!

ArtPropelled said...

I love these photographs. Really intriguing! I've enjoyed browsing through your work and blog, thanks TJ.

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