This image started with one of my nature photos and then through some photo processing I came upon an image I liked. Interpretation is always through one’s own perspective, and the first thing I thought of when seeing this image emerge was the idea of keep on moving.
Changing your perspective, can sometimes help you to keep moving, when you otherwise feel stuck.
I have long awaited a time when my wife and I could share a common gallery of our Art & Photography. Finally, I am glad we can share a common website, featuring Karen’s Art from the Heart and my Nature/Landscape Photography.
Each of us find our own way for self-expression. For Karen and I, art and photography provide a way to share our thoughts and feelings. The Nice-Webb Galleries website represents a portal into our artwork expressions of life experience. We both enjoy and benefit so much by being in nature and closely observing it’s wonders. Karen happily invests much of her time in flower gardens and I find mountain hikes restful, restorative, and a call to regain my focus.
May you the reader, this day, be encouraged by your own form of self-expression.
May we find a variety of ways to give, not only this holiday season, but always. Perhaps one of the best gifts we can give is our undivided attention and time. Truly listening to one another is a great gift. The best gifts are those we give from our heart and not those of our financial resources.
However, if you are still interested in gift ideas that I can offer from a distance, here are some of my photography gift products. Do remember though, Love is the best gift of all.
Mum Imagination is my photoart representation as a kaleidoscope of a field of yellow, orange, and purple mums. I view the wonders of nature, and my mind is filled with so much more than what my eyes alone perceive. With this in mind I took a photo of mine with a field of mums, and let my imagination go, creating this photo art piece.
May we all use our imagination to usher into our world more beauty, peace, equity, and justice.
Click Oval Ornament to see other shapes
My wooden holiday ornaments are 1/2″ thick, approximately 4″ tall, and include a string for easy hanging and a magnet on the back for use on refrigerators. Ornaments are available in six different shapes, including: stars, hearts, bells, trees, ovals, and stockings.
Nature and Landscape Photos I’ve taken serve as moments of remembrance and reflection. Many times, as I am drawn to observe some aspect of nature, I am also invited by my observation to ask how my life is like this nature focal point. Then I am grateful for this moment of self-awareness and encouraged to grow personally. So, it my hope that my photo images can also be a source of inspiration for others.
Nature inspired photo art creation is based on my photo of a burning bush. The photo processing to produce this effect creates a mood of wonder which is what I feel when gazing upon the autumn beauty of burning bushes.
Lately, I am being drawn to playfully create photoart expressions of gratitude and wonderment with my photos of nature and mountain landscapes.
My nature photos help me to experience my soulscape, reflected in nature. As I ponder nature scenes I understand more about my relationship with the Divine and others, which inspires me.Allen Nice-Webb, photographer
The presence of the Divine in my life experience is central to my inner healing, wholeness, and well-being. For me, making art is meditation and prayer, restorative and restful for my soul.Karen Nice-Webb, artist