I’ve always had a desire to make stuff by hand. I thoroughly enjoy every process of developing a concept through photographing product vignettes. These are a few of my treasured images. The beaded photos are from when I was around 14 years old. It is very satisfying to look at old photos and remember just how far I’ve come, and feel blessed to be able to satisfy my heart, and create.
Fish Dish, by T. Meyer-Clark, College work.
Aspire teapot by T. Meyer-Clark, College work
Teapot, Gothic inspiration, by T. Meyer-Clark, College work
Painted cat on wood, T. Meyer-Clark, 1985
Painted country welcome sign by T. Meyer-Clark 1987
Painting on a shirt with helper, T. Meyer-Clark 1984
Painted and assembled box with wreath and heart boxes, by T Meyer-Clark 1986
Beaded Wooden Bracelet, by Tresa Meyer, Age 14
Beaded necklace with abalone fish, by Tresa Meyer, age 14
Thanks for going back in time with me.
This post is inspired by the daily post on WordPress.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.”
Inspiration to create can come from where I feel balance. Balance in a color scheme I’m working on, or even in that feeling of accomplishment. Completing a challenging day at work, then returning home to receive a big hug from my husband where he meets me at the doorway, every day. And of course, the colors of the light, softly painted into an amazing summer sunset at the Northport Marina.
What inspires you?
Thanks for reading! YOU are awesome! Bye for now,
Photo by MeyerClark Studio. Inspiration: Sunset at Northport
Photography Class – Day Eight
Theme: Natural World & Leading Lines.
A good photographer is a constant observer: always watching and studying a scene, from patterns in city traffic to movements in nature. A photographer notices big, sweeping changes — like the sky at dusk — but also the tiniest details.
Beautiful fuchsia colors drew me to these flowers with the little yellow centers as they leaned toward the light. There was a little wind movement through the flowers so I waited for the perfect moment. I framed up my shot with a close up and leading lines to the distant flowers — and the chair in the distance — a sunny place in the sun overlooking the yard to the lake.
Thanks for reading! See you tomorrow…