Will You Walk Into My Parlor?
I don't know, is this a spider or is it not?
...Unto an evil counselor, close heart and ear and eye...
Apres-midi au cafe?
Enjoy some time at an outdoor cafe.
A small outdoor painting at Bryn Mawr & Spaulding, Chicago.
End of Watch
This mural, honoring 560 Chicago police officers who have died in the line of duty since 1853, was sparked by the November 2010 death of Officer Michael Flisk, who was shot and killed while investigating a vehicle burglary on the South Side. Inside the red teardrop is a portrait of Officer Flisk.
I shot a few versions of the mural but this one,
inspired by Karen Gordon, is the one that
sticks with me. It's also because of Karen that I learned of and located the mural.
Today, I Am The Beholder
“The eyes are one of the most powerful tools a woman can have. With one look, she can relay the most intimate message. After the connection is made, words cease to exist.” -- Jennifer Salaiz
R E S P E C T
It's such a rare commodity
In Living Color
There's no mistaking where you are.
Jimi Plays Chicago
This is only an ad for the defunct Congress
Theatre, but a good one.
Grandmother's Final Walk
What can I add? So long, grandma, it's been a slice?
A Helping Hand
Although I wasn't more than six feet away, this
restaurant employee didn't acknowledge my
presence, he just went to work keeping the alley
clean. I almost wanted to ask if he needed help.
Concern and Reassurance
Art imitates life?