I had an opportunity to go down to Joel Tiegreen’s photography studio after he had installed some tile in an area of our house that had red oil paint footprints. The first image is a wooden shape that I am carving for a friend, clothing designer Philip Sawyer. The second shot is of Shannon’s orange painting. Joel & I both thought it would look really good in his studio. We took two different approaches to lighting these pieces. My idea was to get very dark darks, and very light lights. I am not a photographer, but I do enjoy the whole process and we had a great time getting these shots. Joel took both of these photo’s. Thanks Joel!
Archive for September, 2007
I won’t go into detail about the background on this post, but you can view more information here at our art group balm. This is a sketch for a sculpture that I am working on about my son Caden, who is fighting a childhood cancer called neuroblastoma. My wife Shannon has been working on some different pieces dealing with issues of hope called Hope in Hopeless Places.