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B&Rob on RockMy journey is open road, wherever life takes me. I thrive in city settings and love being around people, but honestly, I prefer wide open spaces. The solitude of a vast land or seascape brings clarity to my mind. I revel in the freedom of such breathtaking moments and absorb and imagine them for as long as possible. I’m often with camera, and a pencil to jot down thoughts. Traveling by foot, and especially bicycle, I can cover greater distances. Documenting my path allows me to revisit my travels at later date and continue to dream and wander along the way.

Objects as writing prompts

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My outdoor sculpture studio is up and running. Having tools in hand prompted me to revisit one of my assignments from the Women’s Writing Workshop. It was exercise #4 – using objects as writing prompts (November 2015). Our writing coach, … Continue reading

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New work

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Unexpected arrangements in nature transform my mind’s vantage point of images first experienced through the lens of my camera. Black, white, color, texture, shapes, drama, stillness–the landscape is infinite. I try to capture abstracted forms, provoking curiosity and intrigue.

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Celebrate life

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My motto has been: “art, fitness, helping others.” These days that could be any order. As long as I keep a healthy outlook and strong spirit, I’m  going to find that good in whatever I do. Here’s a few thoughts … Continue reading

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People and Places 2015

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2015 was a good year for me. A big part of that was thanks to having no major medical issues. I got together with friends often and attended many events. Of importance to me over this past year was coming … Continue reading

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Between Two Oceans

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The East and West coast are both home to me: decades of memories, etched in mind as we meet, some three thousand miles between us. “Good day Pacific, what do you bring me?” Perhaps it’s just wind in my face, … Continue reading

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