I pass this random motel sometimes and something about it always jumps out at me.  I've always been a fan of missing letters on buildings and abandoned, eerie places so the "Noce Motl" definitely catches my eye.
I pass this random motel sometimes and something about it always jumps out at me. I've always been a fan of missing letters on buildings and abandoned, eerie places so the "Noce Motl" definitely catches my eye.
Linn Run State Park- Rector, Pennsylvania.  Lately, I've been inspired by nature and landscape. This shot I took reminded me of the environments in Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.  I will most likely end up painting this at some point in watercolor. I was a fan of the lighting with the peaking cabin behind the trees, as well as the reflected silhouettes with the sunlight on the water.
Linn Run State Park- Rector, Pennsylvania. Lately, I've been inspired by nature and landscape. This shot I took reminded me of the environments in Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I will most likely end up painting this at some point in watercolor. I was a fan of the lighting with the peaking cabin behind the trees, as well as the reflected silhouettes with the sunlight on the water.
Jennifer Angus' Installation- Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Angus' attention to detail, sense of order and design along with use of insects and pattern really inspired me.
Jennifer Angus' Installation- Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Angus' attention to detail, sense of order and design along with use of insects and pattern really inspired me.
Édouard Manet, "The Dead Toreador", 1864, Oil on Canvas. I am currently an adjunct art professor at Bethany College (WV) and I was re-inspired during a lecture when I was covering this painting. This painting was intriguing to me as a student as well. The peacefulness after a turbulent, chaotic end to a life. The stillness and calmness in death one hopes to experience.
Édouard Manet, "The Dead Toreador", 1864, Oil on Canvas. I am currently an adjunct art professor at Bethany College (WV) and I was re-inspired during a lecture when I was covering this painting. This painting was intriguing to me as a student as well. The peacefulness after a turbulent, chaotic end to a life. The stillness and calmness in death one hopes to experience.