Monday, October 26, 2009

Week #9

This weeks piece is again using cell phone shots from my walks.  The haiku is a version of a poem I wrote for a course I'm taking having to do with using life as a source for poems.  It's a terrific course at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education taught by David Semanki.                         Kay Dolezal

Monday, October 19, 2009

Week # 8

Here is my Time Project piece for week #8.  Saw this goldenrod on one of my walks and was struck by it seeming a bit out of place.  Again my cell phone camera helped me record the moment.     Kay Dolezal

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Week #7

This is my piece for this week.  It's the image I came acroos that had an image I used in two previous pieces.  It's the net-like, cellular structure that I find so compelling.  It was just there while I was taking a walk.  The haiku wasn't just there with it - took a long time.    Kay Dolezal

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Week #6

This is my haiga for this week.  It doesn't express a momentary impression, but some of my thoughts and impressions about time and life.  I had heard this information about dogs on an NPR program and it stuck with me.

The visual element I've used before.  It was originally a potato starch based print I made some years ago.  I find it fascinating, full of resonance to nets of all kinds.  Yesterday I took some photographs of a similar phenomenon I came across in a puddle while on a walk in the park.  I hope to use one of them soon.