Monthly:August 2011

Clay Plaster Workshop in Denmark

We’ve completed our stay and workshop in Denmark and are now in Finland, just outside of Helsinki staying with Irish transplant Paul Lynch, his wife Charlotta and children.  It’s a change, at first glance more modern, similarities to the States, design oriented which means many more Apple computers than other countries in Europe that we’ve visited.  Trees everywhere, they grow here like weeds at home, water, lakes and surprisingly drier and warmer than Denmark even though it is further north.  […]

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Welcome to the New Canelo Chronicles via the Rio Sonora

Welcome to our newly redesigned Blog and our website should you decide to have a look there as well, both long overdue for change. Thanks to our friend Anastacia Gutierrez – www.gwiz.biz, web designer par excellent, we have a new and rather exciting look.  The best thing about how she set it up is that Athena and I can maintain it and make changes without being dependent on her.  Besides the new look there are several main changes.  The blog […]

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Denver – Around the Edges

This is primarily a piece about photography.  The subject in this case, is the context in which we worked.  When I was immersing myself more thoroughly into the world of the camera, one photographer who was a strong influence on my evolving style, was William Albert Allard.  Basically he was a very creative photo-journalist, who presented his work through National Geographic.  Not only did I learn from his images that displayed a vibrant interplay between vibrant color and shadow, much […]

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Denver Art Museum – The Final Chapter

Once in a while, you get a project where everything seems to come together seamlessly.   Such was the case in Denver.  From the accommodations to the amount of materials we ordered, it was flawless.  Of course those things don’t necessarily happen by accident. 

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