Description Mr. Jenkins kept most of his ideas in the garage. He called it his Idea Shed. Though not much of a shed and not much of a garage, it served more as a stomping-ground for artistic night ninjas.
Hoodlums or "whipper-snappers" was barely the term for them. The spray came and vanished - leaving well executed traces. Some new kind of tag-jitsu, developed over the centuries and handed down by traintrack masters, in attempts at immortality.
After the bulb burnt out Mr. Jenkins ran out of ideas. He blamed his age, but truth be told, he just gave up on life. Nothing new ever came out of a closed door - and resignation had swallowed the key.
Brendan Arthur Ring, Tokyo Member Since April 2009 Artist Statement Welcome to Brendan Arthur Ring's Fine Art Photography Gallery. His unique style covers a variety of categories; Urban Scenes, Graffiti, Black and White, Abstract, Nature, Rustic and Architecture are some of Brendan's main areas of interest.
Brendan graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography and has been honing and crafting his own style of Digital Photography using HDR techniques, retro film looks, modern color palates and slow shutter abstractions.
As a photographer, Brendan's mission is to capture unique scenes of beauty, gritty timeless images, to inspire others to live their passions, and distribute his photography worldwide.
You can find out more about Brendan and his other artistic endeavors by checking out his Photo Blog and MySpace.