Category Archive: Perspective

Local Artist Pays Colorful Tribute to David Bowie at Annapolis Pop Up Gallery

Tragedy has a way of prompting spontaneous creativity. Local self-taught artist Mark Peria was grief stricken upon learning that his musical hero, David Bowie, had died January 10th following an 18-month battle with… Continue reading

History Repeating Itself? Paul McCartney: Part 1

A week ago yesterday, I had experienced the Sir Paul McCartney “Out There” concert from fourth row centerfield at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. While I’ve uploaded several photos to my Twitter page following the nearly 3-hour show,… Continue reading

Tragedy Can & Does Inspire

As of late, the news has been a stream of reports on one tragedy after another. There are many reactions to catastrophic events, which I’ll elaborate on later. The purpose of this brief… Continue reading

“Life Is What Happens To You…”

“While you’re busy making other plans,” sang the late John Lennon in his tribute to son Sean in “Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy).” It’s the seventh track off his last studio album Double Fantasy [New… Continue reading

Heureux 178 Anniversaire Edgar Degas!

“Conversation in real life is full of half-finished sentences and overlapping talk. Why shouldn’t painting be too? “  (Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas July 19, 1834 – September 27, 1917) I guess it’s only appropriate that one… Continue reading

True Love

How many people can say they have been in love with something since they were 4.5 months old? Moreover, what number of individuals has the supporting documentation for such a claim? I can… Continue reading

Have Camera, Will Travel!

Entry for Friday, 1/14/11 Subjects: Inspiration & Creation Friday I decided to explore my new home: Washington, D.C. Only two of the photos are from an actual tourist destination; the rest are golden… Continue reading