• My Flickr Stream Has Returned!

    After a two year lock-out, Yahoo! has mysteriously decided to unlock my Flickr account. This is most wonderful because I stored over 3,400 photos there from 2005 to 2010. Five years of my life has returned after a two year hiatus. Awesome!

  • New Album – Colin Christian Sculptures at IMAS

    I just uploaded a few new pictures to the Openings album.  These were actually taken before the opening during installation.  I’ll be adding more of the actual opening events as time permits.   View the Album Now

    Colin Christian Sculpture at IMAS
  • Penance and Forgiveness, The Church at Ranchos de Taos, NM

    So, does this look familiar?  It may sound naive, but I swear I did not know what I was doing when I took this shot. After I got home and started processing the photos, there seemed to be something oddly familiar about the angle and the shape of this church.  I couldn’t figure it out, […]

    Penance II, The Church at Ranchos de Taos
  • San Francisco de Asis Church

    San Francisco de Asis Church in Rancho de Taos, New Mexico.  Captured November 11, 2011.  More photos of Taos can be found here.  

    San Francisco de Asis Church
  • Johann Eyfells Sculpture Installed at IMAS

    Johann Eyfells sculpture installed at IMAS last month.

    Johann Eyfells Sculpture
  • Dali Museum

    Helical Staircase at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL. October 9, 2011.  See more of my images of the Dali Musuem.

    Helical Starecase
  • Moses Smith Photo Restoration

    This photograph was taken around 1900, in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).  This is my great-great grandfather.  I restored the image using GIMP.  Details on how I did this and the full size image of the original are in this post.

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  • Chris Jordan

    Chris Jordan, photographer and artist, at dinner on the opening night of “Running the Numbers” show at the International Museum of Art & Science in McAllen, TX.  Captured September 2, 2011.

    Chris Jordan
  • Green and Yellow

    At the opening for the Texas Biennial in Austin, TX on April 4, 2011.          

    Green and Yellow
  • The Demidoff Table (detail)

    Marble table by Lorenzo Bartolini (1777 – 1850) Bartolini describes this detail: “Left to himself, the Genius of ambitious rectitude in work sleeps the agitated sleep of misfortune and glory…. his head extending beyond the perifphery of the world.” The table is signed and dated 1845, and was commissioned by Count Anatoly Nicolayevich Demidoff. It […]

    The Demidoff Table (detail)
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My Flickr Stream Has Returned!

After a two year lock-out, Yahoo! has mysteriously decided to unlock my Flickr account. This is most wonderful because I stored over 3,400 photos there from 2005 to 2010. Five years of my life has returned after a two year hiatus. Awesome!

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Road Trip: San Antonio to McAllen, Texas

Text and photos describe the route from San Antonio, TX to the Mexican border near McAllen, TX.

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Moving the Wedges

Notice at the end of the video how Joe “appears” from behind the wedge like it is a telephone booth… and he’s Superman with iphone on ear.  Makes me smile.

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Minneapolis, MN, May 2012

We visited the Twin Cities area for a week in late April, early May, 2012.  Why Minneapolis of all places?  The American Association of Museums held its annual meeting and I accompanied Joe as his taxi driver.  We stayed at a hotel that was several miles from the Convention Center, and I dropped him off […]

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Colin Christian Sculpture at IMAS

New Album – Colin Christian Sculptures at IMAS

I just uploaded a few new pictures to the Openings album.  These were actually taken before the opening during installation.  I’ll be adding more of the actual opening events as time permits.   View the Album Now