Jeff Rowland, Snow covers Sandgate (2012)
"I have always been fascinated in two areas of art; the implicit meaning and the inspiration. I was inspired to paint a rain soaked street through films I saw at the cinema. I am always inspired to experience what I am about to paint. I remember Billy Connolly saying that he hated songs about Scotland that were written by men in London: men who had never even seen the Highlands. In other words, if you are going to do something creative, get to the very heart of it first." - Jeff Rowland; Ideas/Inspirations
Day Ten: So Many Feels
Portrait of a Young Woman, 1896, private collection.
i could relate to this gal.
Tourists atop the Chicago Tribune building look down on the Chicago River, the site of Old Fort Dearborn.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic