Shorter version of my Spring 2019 mixtape with bits of my recent video work. Capture on iPhone and and various cameras (mostly sony mirrorless compact/point and shoots). All post processing on iPad.
So excited! I will be presenting at Cary Photographic Artists (Cary, NC) on July 24, 2019 on making iphone videos!
Exploring Your Creativity with iPhone Videography
Learn how to make fun videos on your phone!
Give your creativity a boost with tools you probably already have in your pocket — your phone! Leave your DSLR, Photoshop, and expectations at home and embrace the freedom of creating art on your phone.
There are thousands of photo and video apps available for the iPhone. Tricia has tried many of them and will share her favorites. It’s easy to get started, but, be warned, can be addictive.
This presentation is about more than just applying a filter with an app. It’s about keeping your art fresh with new tools, and tips for creating more cinematic and exciting video with your phone.
Mixtape of some of my recent video work. Putting it together felt like an exercise in stream of consciousness. I kept picking up bits of video from here and there in my project files. I found common themes in my disparate videos—natural and geometric forms, juxtaposition of organic and man-made devices, and my love of the dream state.
Interactive artwork with hand-dyed and digitally altered shibori printed on silk, quilted, antique porcelain dolls, circuit board. Quilt created 2006, re-worked with interactive elements 2019.
Save the Date! Sunday April 28, 2019, 2-5pm
Bonded Llama Art Studios Open House
I am so excited to invite you to visit me at my art studio! The artists of Bonded Llama are opening the doors Sunday afternoon April 28 for art, refreshments, & good times.
Bonded Llama Art Studios, 1505 Capital Blvd, Raleigh, NC
Just back from Bangkok— hot, crazy, wonderful, frenetic, and did I mention hot? Bangkok was quite the experience— an amazing mix of old and new, friendly people, Chinatown, midnight flower markets, floating markets, temples and monks, street food vendors everywhere. Multiple exposure seems fitting for Bangkok and its beautiful chaos.
From the studio this last weekend. iPhone capture and edit. Have I mentioned lately how much I love iphone’s long exposure feature? Blur makes my heart beat.
Selfie from my studio this past summer. This is my first studio outside the house and I am so Thankful! It’s an empty space all to myself.
View of the Vltana River in Prague with Charles Bridge. Time on this trip is flying by.
Vajdahunyad Castle, Budapest. Reported to be Bram Stoker's inspiration for Dracula's castle.
It was our last night in Budapest. The bus for Prague was leaving very early the next morning. I went back to the hotel to pack. Fred took his camera out for a few last shots. I got a text from him a bit later that it was snowing so I grabbed my camera and ran out to meet him. Sleep is overrated. This stunning place was just a few blocks from our hotel. Pure magic.
Sell the house. Sell the car. Send the cat. We're staying.
Gate to Buda Castle, Budapest.
Packing for a trip to Budapest & Prague! Pinch me!
Winner! My assemblage piece, landscape + memory, won second place in Visual Art Exchange's Scope 2017, a juried exhibition of Southern landscapes! There's an iPhone in the loaf pan looping a video of me pouring water in a stream. Also a bundle of Fuji instax photos on the bottom left of the piece.
Summer 2016 on the Pamlico Sound at the North Carolina Outer Banks. This is our annual family vacation-- fun in the water, lots of good food, and my dear nieces model for me.
I am very excited that my work, Drive, won first place at the Visual Art Exchange's For the Love of Art auction.