I took the plunge and bought a drone last month. I've only begun to experiment with it, but the bird’s eye view you can get is pretty amazing.Read More
Lake Lover Blog
Information and Insights on Lake Michigan
While my art was displayed at Other Brother Coffeehouse in Evanston in January, I was thrilled to receive to calls from people interested in purchasing pieces for their homes.
Happy December and Happy Holidays!Thank you for spending at least part of 2018 with me via this newsletter.Read More
Stop by the Lincoln Park Patagonia store this Thursday, August 30th from 6:30-8:30 pm to help celebrate their 15th anniversary at that location. Nelson and I will have some of the Surface Tension images displayed and be mingling and talking with attendees. There are other non-profits and organizations participating as well. The store is at 1800 N Clybourn Ave, Chicago, IL 60614. Hope to see you there.
Great Lakes beaches and shorelines are kept clean by volunteers like you. Big things happen when friends, families, and communities all around the region come together.
Be a part of a movement 15,000 strong to make the Great Lakes beaches clean. Thousands of Adopt-a-Beach volunteers from all over the Great Lakes will take to their local shorelines on September 15th.
Come on out to help clean up South Boulevard Beach in Evanston after the summer season.
Click here to register: South Boulevard Beach Clean Up
I was honored to have a local condo association choose a work of mine for their lobby.Read More
Join Me for a Spring Cleaning!Read More
Amidst all the changes in the last year, one thing remained constant: the beauty of the Great Lake in our backyard.
Is there any question that art is good for us? That it evokes emotion, inspires, motivates, educates and touches us in ways that nothing else can? We admire art in public spaces, we watch it on stage and the big screen, we hear it on the radio. Art, in all of its forms, is an essential part of our everyday lives.Read More
This month's image, "White Water," brings to mind possibilities. Where does the sky end and the water begin? What’s on the other side? The breakwater descending into the water leads us somewhere unknown. What is life like under the surface, where a vast ecosystem resides?
Just when I think I’ve captured Lake Michigan, new possibilities arise. The lake’s constantly changing colors, textures and moods drive me to create new art every day.
Join me for this popular event and help care for our Great Lakes in your own community! This event is a partnership between the Alliance for the Great Lakes (great lakes.org) and the Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup (http://www.oceanconservancy.org).
I will supply gloves, bags, tracking sheets and coffee to get us all ready for the cleanup.
Register at http://greatlakesadopt.org/Secure/Event/11158.Bring friends and family. Everyone is welcome to help make South Boulevard cleaner, safer, and healthier.Read More
I shot this image from the 31st Street Harbor on Chicago's South Side. The water in the background looks relatively calm, but waves were pounding the breakwater and spraying skyward up to 8 feet.Read More