Monthly Archives: February 2012
“When asked for advice on painting, Claude Monet told people not to fear mistakes. The discipline of art requires constant experimentation, wherein errors are harbingers of original ideas because they introduce new directions for expression. The mistake is outside the … Continue reading
Creative Spark Sessions Join us for a creative power boost. Get constructive feedback on your photography from Aric and the group as you discover your creative vision. Thursday evenings at Brain Freeze Cafe on 7th Ave in Vero Beach (off … Continue reading
What does the creative process look like? Photographer/filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman discusses the myth of inspiration and the role of curiosity and rigor in this talk on the creative practice presented by the99percent.com.
I woke up this morning dreaming of cafe con leche at Versailles in Miami. We spent a fantastic weekend in Miami a few weekends ago and stopped here to fuel up before exploring art in the Winwood Art District. I … Continue reading
I’m looking forward to seeing those of you interested in Creativity & Photography on Thursday February 23th at 6:30pm at Brain Freeze on 7th Ave. I’ll share my ideas for critique sessions, museum and gallery visits, photo excursions and special … Continue reading
I love this surrealist portrait of Salvador Dali taken by Philippe Halsman. One of my favorite portraits as it captures Dali’s world of dreams and transformation. You might enjoy this book by Dali & Halsman from amazon.com. To see more … Continue reading
“Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.” Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
One of my favorite photograms from my series Quantum Fluctuations. You can read more about this work in my artist statement.