Weekly Photo Challenge – Orange Art
I’ll start this week’s Orange Challenge with a painting I photographed
in my private collection by Artist Don Nedobeck.
This was a gift from Don after I hosted a weekend visit in my home with him.
Participating in an art show in my town, I was glad to welcome him to stay with us.
We’ve known Don throughout our years of doing art shows.
My husband is a clarinet player and was quite thrilled to have this well-known famous clarinetist,
as well as artist, stay with us for the weekend.
As with many other artist I have had stay with me he was gracious to gift this original painting to us.
His artwork is known for his inclusions of cats. This is a short exerpt of his bio on his web-site.
To read more pop over here :
Profile of Don Nedobeck by Carmen Alicia Marguia
If there is one word to describe artist, storyteller, musician, husband and father Don Nedobeck, it would be expressionist. To listen to his name is to hear the sounds of basic keys on a clarinet, Ne-do-beck, and with practice it becomes more fluid. Talking with Nedobeck is like sitting in your most comfortable old worn out chair with a fat, furry feline nestled upon your chest. Besides his greatest talent of putting people at ease, he’s a man capable of anything. You see, ever since Nedobeck was a boy, he was encouraged by his parents, a Russian father, also a fine artist, and a Polish mother whose landscaped garden surpassed Boerner’s Botanical’s gardens, to use two very important gifts: his imagination and his creativity. It was his creativity that allowed him to draw life from a whimsical point of view during his “occupational development” period as Good Humor man, stock boy, grain inspector and meter reader for the gas company.
The two glass art pieces are in my private collection.
Weekly Photo Challenge – Orange you glad it’s photo challenge time?
This week, Michelle, would like us to share a group of photos where orange is either the dominant color,
or provides a bold highlight. Shoot for at least three photos, and look for different shades —
bright neons, deep rusts, delicate peaches ..…
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