A selection of visual images that I have
created to spark your own creativity, enhance your projects, inspire
your work on your own masterpiece, or simply gain an idea or two. You
may use any of these images as long as your credit and link to the
These are images created using
PowerPoint, and then converting
individual slides to jpg files.
I have dozens of small collages, most of them notebook paper size
because I did them in my journals.
Life moves so fast, even the dancing images to our music can be
dizzying at times. I noticed one day that stopping the motion on the
Windows Media Player visualization generator created a
great moment of reflection and sometimes, a shot of a serene and
artistic piece, so I
developed a process to capture them. In a new context, they breathe a
life of their own.
is a photo from around 1959 of my brother Dave (on the right) and me at
our grandparents Rogers' house in Bridgeton, NJ. If you stare intently
behind the lamp you can see Grandpop Robert Rogers, reading the
Bridgeton Evening News. I don't know who the photographer was, but it
was probably my Mom.