Any truth is better than indefinite doubt. ~Arthur Conan Doyle

Abstract Art by Omaste Witkowski

Dimensional EyeSight Abstract Living Artwork by Omaste Witkowski owFotoGrafik.comDimensional EyeSight

Dimensional visions of another place. Wandering colorfully through this foreign land and looking for what is already there. How long do I ponder the possibilities and when does the adventure end?

Eyesight is sharpened carefully and the end result is a shade of bliss. What exactly do you see when you gaze into the middle of creation?


Dimensional EyeSight Abstract Living Artwork by Omaste Witkowski

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Longs Peak a Colorado Playground

Striking Photography by Bo

Longs Peak a Colorado Playground Art Print

Here is a scenic view of Colorado’s Longs Peak, 14,256 feet above sea level, colorful autumn aspen trees, a deep clear blue sky above and a children’s swing set playground in the foreground. Though it fit the scene and title.

Lots of autumn images to post in the coming days… stay tuned.

Colorado fine art nature landscape photography poster prints, decorative canvas prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, corporate artwork, greeting cards and stock images by James Bo Insogna (C)   – All Rights Reserved.
Longs Peak a Colorado Playground Art Print

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I Couldn’t Resist…


Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

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“Parrot Head”

New Mixed Media Art Painting

Sharon Cummings


I really couldn’t resist naming this guy “Parrot Head”.  After all it is both, literally and figuratively.  And I do live in paradise close to margaritaville.  I’ve got tropical shirts and a hammock.  I just need to turn on some Jimmy Buffet tunes and I can convince myself that it is 5 o’ clock somewhere. 😉

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Caryn Gilbert, photographer

From 1 Artist 2 Another

“Photography, as well as the self-imposed discipline of a daily photoblog, would turn out to be my saving grace…”

caryngilbertf1a2aCaryn Gilbert, Photographer

 I warmly welcome Caryn Gilbert, a photographer living in the mountains at edge of the southern California desert. Caryn brings us a world of clarity, color and small moments focused on things so easily missed in today’s hurried lifestyle. When I look into her world, I feel I’m a part of each photo – as if I’m somehow inside the photographic moment, as if I could reach out and open that gate, pick up that phone or walk through that motel door.  Great to have Caryn as this week’s featured artist on from1artist2another!
Artist Statement
When I first picked up a digital camera back in 2008, I had no idea where my life was about to take me, that I would soon leave Los Angeles, where…

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