2019 came to an end and I took advantage of some downtime to review the images I made over the last 12 months. It’s always interesting to see where my photographic adventures take me, both from a geographical and artistic point of view. I enjoy as well revisiting my favorites from the past. Thank you […]
Just one week to go to my Open Studios weekend. I’m joining again Studio Nocturne and the Bay Printmakers at Big Daddy’s Antiques. Please come see 16 artists at one great location! Big Daddy’s Antiques 1550 17th St, San Francisco, CA 94107 October 26/27, 11am – 6 pm Opening Reception: October 25, 6:30pm – 9pm […]
I love how clouds continuously change their shape and disappear like they never existed before. This is exactly what happened last night. I couldn’t resist to capture it with my camera.
During the entire week, the teams from the SailGP sailing circuit were training in the bay for this weekend’s races. Here are a some outtakes from the last few days. I’m looking forward to the two coming days of racing. It will be interesting. Additional pictures can be found in this gallery. PS: If you happen […]
Since 2011, I review my images at the end of the year and select my favorites. I try to balance them so that they do not all show star trails or be from the same location. This year’s selection contains pictures from Seattle, Mongolia, Paris, Oregon, San Francisco, Death Valley, Bodie and the California coast. […]
I currently have a show at Jolt ‘n Bolt in San Francisco showing new work from this year’s Open Studios. If you couldn’t make it of if you want to see the images again, now is your chance. I work in the same building, so please let me know when you come and I’m happy […]
It is this time of the year: The San Francisco Open Studios season is about to start. I’ll show again with my friends from Studio Nocturne SF. We share the same space at ARCH Art Supply with Bay Printmakers. We’ll be 16 artists at this one location. ARCH Art Supply 10 Carolina St. San Francisco […]
Earlier this year, while walking on a beach in Northern California I found these different pieces of driftwood. Some of them evoked calligraphy. I didn’t move any pieces, but just looked for interesting compositions.
This was a very busy year and I clearly didn’t spend enough time blogging about my different photographic adventures. My photo catalog tells me, that I took more than 15,000 images. Wow! Although I lacked posting many of the new images, I did catalog them. This made it much easier to select my 10 favorite […]
More than a year ago, I started to look into the process of mounting images on wood panels. The initial results were promising, but didn’t completely satisfy me. In the last few months, I refined the different steps from sealing the wood panels to mounting the images and varnishing them for UV protection. I am […]
The Open Studios season in San Francisco is about to start. This Thursday is the kick-off with the ArtLaunch Party at SOMArts where over 400 artists have one of their pieces on display. It is a great way to get an overview and to meet many artists. This year I’ll be showing during two weekends: […]
La Patrouille de France is the French equivalent of the Blue Angels. Currently they are on a US tour with their Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jets and an accompanying Airbus A400M. They criss-cross Northern America and had a Golden Gate Bridge flyby here in San Francisco, something I couldn’t miss. The Alpha Jets flew all over the […]
There are a few images that didn’t make the cut for the Favorites post from a few days ago. But I wanted to share them with you as well since they really are close to my heart.
It is this time of the year where one revisits the past 12 months. For me, among others, this means reviewing some of the 13,000 images I took during the year and select my favorites. Let me tell you that’s not an easy task! Already during the year, I pre select candidates. But at the end, […]
I am working on the selection of my favorite images of 2016. But there are some that don’t really fit into in with my regular images. So I put them in a separate gallery. The camera doesn’t always need to show what our eyes see. Sometimes moving the camera creates interesting patterns. The images shown […]