Color Addiction….

Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings


I am a certified color junkie.  Ever since I can remember colors were never bright enough for me.  There were never enough in my environment to satisfy me.  The world was boring and I’ve always wanted more.  It’s why you just don’t see muted pastels in my art (or maybe you do).  I use the brightest and most vibrant colors I can find and mix, but you may not see all of them.  And now there may be a scientific explanation for my extreme color cravings.  An unknown number of women may perceive 
millions of colors invisible to the rest of us.  These women have four cones in their eye for detecting colors.  The vast majority of people only have three.  I am not a scientist, so I will just post a link (some text in this blog is referenced from this article):


Scientists have dubbed these people tetrachromats.  An…

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Area 54 / Unique Alien Art

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Mexico is a hot spot for UFO activity. In this artwork the reputation of alien visitation is fantasized and showcased in a comical way. A dark Mexican Sky with a flying saucer that is abducting cows and an extra terrestrial musician is singing the song of the dead. Decorated in the spirit of “Dia De Los Muertos” or Day of the Dead, this painting celebrates the Mexican Holiday. The Alien Cantina on the left is owned by a skeleton and his cat. The flying skeleton is an undead sugar skull traveling towards the spaceship watching over the graveyard below.

I had a great time with this theme, especially the cows being abducted. Having an Alien painted like a sugar skull with a spider web on his head is something you never see that often. This artwork encompasses everything I enjoy. Hope you enjoy it too and thanks for supporting…

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Country Spring Storm

Striking Photography by Bo

Country Spring Storm

Spring season thunderstorm lightning striking in the late night as this country red barn on this farm North East of Longmont Colorado, in Weld County, south of the town of Meade.  It was a great night of watching mother nature put on a fantastic show.  great start to the storm season!
Photography Prints

Colorado fine art nature landscape weather photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, corporate artwork, greeting cards and stock images by storm chaser James Bo Insogna aka “The Lightning Man” .com (C) – All Rights Reserved.

Photography Prints Colorful Country Storm

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“any art worth learning will certainly reward more or…”

Art of Quotation

any art worth learning will certainly reward more or less generously the effort made to study it.”  - Murasaki Shikibu, author, poet, novelist ("The Tale of Genji") any art worth learning will certainly reward more or less generously the effort made to study it.” – Murasaki Shikibu, author, poet, novelist (“The Tale of Genji”)

Murasaki Shikibu was a Japanese novelist, poet and lady-in-waiting at the Imperial court during the Heian period. She is best known as the author of The Tale of Genji, written in Japanese between about 1000 and 1012

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