photography

Garish: Roadside Color Polaroids by Robert Jones

A man after my own heart, Robert Jones snubs his nose at the snobbery and narrow-mindedness of the art community with this beautiful and moving collection of Polaroid photographs. The “Garish” color and unsettling undercurrent of some of the photos are qualities that first attracted me to Mr. Jones’ work. In his coffee table book, […]

Exhibit at Mable House Arts Center celebrates artistry, creativity of women

by Sally Litchfield sallylit@bellsouth.net February 05, 2012 12:03 AM | 704 views | 0  | 7  |  | Celebrate women artists at the Virginia Avery Memorial 3rd Biennial “Reflections” exhibition, sponsored by the Atlanta Branch of the National League of American Pen Women. It is at the Mable House Arts Center at 5239 Floyd Road through March 1. Virginia Avery, who had been president […]

Painting at the Helen Arts and Heritage Council

On Saturday, I drove up to Helen, Georgia to paint at the Arts and Heritage Council. Several towns in the north Georgia mountains were part of an art tour that was impressive in its scope and presentation. Back mountain roads were clearly marked, parking lots were full and folks were milling around. The weather was […]

PHOTOGRAPHY’S PLACE IN ART – ART for our YOUTH – LIBERATCHIK – ART PART III

By Sonja Harris The Liberals have in some part convinced Americans that there is no right or wrong by blurring the lines. No longer are we allowed to decide by common reason that which is good or evil because of ‘political correctness’. Art has emerged as the playground for promoting Liberal propaganda. The Merriam Dictionary […]

2011 Art Papers Auction

Earlier this evening, I attended the Art Papers Auction in Atlanta. this is an annual event that raises money for one of the largest promoters of the arts in Atlanta. This is my second year attending the event, which is by invitation only. I am proud to say that my paintings have sold both years […]

CPAC Artist: Sonja Harris

I have been a photographer for over 25 years and have entered many photography competitions. Even though I have been selected to show my work in some great venues I have learned through experience that curators have a penchant for photographs that depict the most liberal side of humanity. As a conservative I found it […]

CPAC 2011 Artist: Robert Jones

Robert Jones is one of my favorite photographers. The high contrast of his black and white photos creates a mood and narrative that is lacking in most modern photography. The high saturation of his color work is equally impressive. Robert is a writer in addition to being a photographer and has been one of my […]

CPAC 2011 Artist: Mark Widhalm

For my entire career I’ve been baffled by the liberal artist’s affinity to socialism. Those who seek to constantly exercise their first amendment rights, support the very policies and policy makers’ efforts to stifle them. Is it because socialism is for the “people” and not the socialist? Maybe. But, whatever the explanation, there’s no denying […]

Architectural Photos from St. Augustine, Florida

Over the weekend, we took our son to see his grandparents. I took the opportunity to snap some shots of the wonderful architecture in the historic district. Most of these buildings were either designed or influenced by Henry Flagler. The Spanish colonial  influence is obvious, and in my humble opinion, beautiful. I love to wander […]

Hiking at Raven Cliff Falls

I won’t be winning any awards for my grainy, slightly out of focus photos. However, I thought I’d take a minute to post them in order to share some of the beauty of the north Georgia mountains. I hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend.