Photo Day

Like last Friday, today is PHOTO FRIDAY. Okay, I am one day behind, but that isn’t bad.

Give yourself permission on PHOTO FRIDAY  to write nothing or something. It is up to you! Part of blogging every day is finding ways to make it sustainable. Having one day or more out of every week that requires only photos can provide a much needed break from using words.

John Lewis mural in Downtown, Atlanta
John Lewis mural in Downtown, Atlanta

Use 5 to 7 photographs (fewer or more if you want) to show and tell about yourself as an “Artist in Your City.” When you travel outside your workspace, how does the artist in your get expressed?

  • Where do you journey in your community as an artist?

  • Where are you exhibiting, performing, or selling your work?

  • How do you appear (attire, attitude, and ambition)?

  • Are you working at another job to support your art making?

  • What places do you frequent most often in your community? Why?

  • Do you support other artists at their events?

  • Who is in your community that you want to connect with?

  • Who cultivates the artist in you?

  • Where do you go to relax and regenerate your creative spirit?


Many of my adventures are caught on camera phone by my fiance Richard Hecht. This week was no exception. Here is a link to his Tumblr via Twitter.

Photoset: Point Mugu State Park Thursday, March 13 visit Springs Fire aftermath Mountains, Rock, lizard,…


Last night I started a twitter account. Next year I plan on fully focussing on sewing and my Tree. Late spring or early sumer I will be taking full advantage of twitter and starting an online store. So I have placed a twitter widget on the side bar and if you are interested in following me to get in on the creativity as it is unleashed upon the world you can @AmyBauerDesigns.  Just be warned as of this moment I have not “tweeted”, but that can change at any moment.  🙂