My first year back in school as a middle aged mother of a seven year old in suburbia,  I just quit my job as a counselor at an outpatient substance abuse facility. Everything there had to be meticulously perfect. I believe that strict order bled over into this first color project. Having no budget for a babysitter, or travel, I  worked with what I had, what was on my way to doing errands, walking the dog, going to school, the park, etc. Drawn to geometric, brilliant colors and or textures, I began this project, with that as criteria.  I had to re-learn photography after over 20 years of film, I kept it simple. I found joy  in the  mundane. 

2014-2015

Red Fence, 2014, 17" x 22"

Early Morning Grass Shadow on Concrete, 2014, 17" x 22"

Tree Shadow Line Up at Stop & Shop, 2014, 17" x 22"

Cemetery Gate, 2014, 

17" x 22"

Tension Wire, 2014, 17" x 22"

Park Chess Stool,  2014, 17" x 22"

Tar Touch Up, 2014, 17" x 22"

Outliers, 2014, 17" x 22"

Astro Turf,  2014, 17" x 22"

Greek Restaurant, 2014, 

17" x 22"

Gas Station, 2014, 17" x 22"

Christmas all Year, 2014, 17" x 22"

Pinball, 2014, 17" x 22"

In Between, 2014, 17" x 22"

NY Cookie, 2014, 17" x 22"

Dumpster, 2014, 17" x 22"

Carpet, Stair, Arcade, 2014, 17" x 22"

Laser Tag, 2014, 17" x 22"

Church Retaining  Wall, 2014, 17" x 22"

Food Court, 2014, 17" x 22"

For Rent with Pink Zip, 2014, 17" x 22"

Rothko Wall, 2014, 17" x 22"

Cafe Table Top, Wooden floor (on the left), 2014, 17" x 22"

Skee Ball with Zip, 2014, 

17 " x 22"

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