Recent Black & White Photography

Recent Black & White Photography

Continuing my study in black and white, here are the recent images that struck me with their value range, their shapes, compositions and textures. Light plays a huge role too. Studying the world this way heightens my awareness, and is a good exercise in mindfulness, while also helping underpin my strongly colorist artwork.








































I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.

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  1. Myra Rucker 3 weeks ago

    I dearly love your black and white photography. Have you tried sepia? I may have missed it. I have a sweet friend on FB who is a photographer and she did an entire western motif of all sepia. Her name is Patti Cooter. That sepia tone gave that set she did a truly antique effect. Needless to say I’m truly a follower and fan and I always enjoy your art as well as your insightful comments. Love to you and your precious family. You all are truly a blessing to FB and to Christian Science. I myself am a third generation Christian Scientist. My grandmother whom I never knew was a practitioner in Boulder,Co. My mother was class taught and sang in the Metropolitan Opera from1935-1947. She also substituted for Frederick Yaghel when he was not singing at the Mother Church. Josephine Antoine was her name. She’s on FB if you’re ever interested in hearing her sing. (They were class taught by Mr. Rathvon and Dr. Tutt) Mr. Clayton B Craig was my practitioner for my first pregnancy. He and Ethelbelle his precious wife were very close to mom. Ethelvelle’s maiden name was Taylor. Her family invented the line of Taylor Tot things for children. Apparently I had the stroller and the seat with the desk around for playing and eating? Our family pictures were lost in a move many years ago. Well, I must stop talking. Have a blessed weekend. Lovingly,Myra L. Rucker

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