I’m super excited and honored to be included in Linda Gould’s 2nd curated issue of the online magazine White Ensō. Focusing on life, writings, and artwork inspired by living in Japan, visit White Ensō and be inspired in turn. Thank You Linda for including my interdisciplinary photography series Ensō.
As you are zipping around the city this sweltering summer month, cool off in Jiyugakoa’s unique Neighborhood & Coffee Starbucks location. For the month of July, Lori Ono‘s wintery image series, Snowfences, will be on display for you to enjoy. Snowfences is a series of photographs taken during a cold, snowy day in Idaho/Montana areaContinue reading “Cool off this month with wintery Snowfences by Lori Ono”
Saturday Art Adventures in Tokyo with Spendy Pencil
Had the opportunity to post more successful macro photography pieces on Saatchi Art to sell. Blue Dancer Series of 3 macro photos has been added to my shop in the New Media Category. Focusing on my #Adobe365Challenge has made each of my goals within the Adobe programs easier to accomplish. My cookbook is being builtContinue reading “Blue Dancer Macro Photography Series”
Each morning Chinatown and I awaken to bright, festive fruits and vegetables being set out. From rambutan to bananas to kohlrabi to dried mushrooms by the pound! I am a well fed Artist-in-Residence here at Ark of the Unicorns! Peek among the boxes…did you see the kitty behind the durian? Deep Pink Dragonfruit, not quiteContinue reading “Bright Festive Fruits & Vegetables in Chinatown HNL”
The large, Japanese stone lantern lay on the ground in pieces. The derelict tourou wrapped in rotting rope covered in molds, lichen, and mosses reminded me of Haikyo. Urban Explorers whose curiosity leads them to ruins, or Haikyo in Japanese. After seeing the abandoned lantern I began to see other bits of ruins, abandoned piecesContinue reading “Haikyo Photography in Hawaii”
My time as Artist-in-Residence at Ark of the Unicorns continues and Honolulu’s Chinatown has been one of the most unique I have visited around the world. There are layers upon layers in the short history of the buildings, a huge mix of peoples not just Chinese, and a stuttering start at gentrification. TheseContinue reading “Photographing Chinatown HNL”