Description 'I think I'm turning Ja-pa-nese...'...No, wait...wrong song! She's a 'Cali-mese'! This is our beautiful cat, Kitty Kitty. She's a calico / siamese mix. She's also another of our rescued animals. She was probably about 6 months old when she arrived. Shortly thereafter, I learned what the word caterwauling meant! A few days of that awful howling and I couldn't get her to the veterinarian fast enough! Had to get that fixed...quick! She really is a sweet cat -- my Baby. Why the name Kitty Kitty? That's what she answers to...duh!COPYRIGHT REGISTERED~~ALL RIGHTS RESERVED~~MCN:CXXRP-N81YT-LVL84
Betty Northcutt, Beckville, Texas Member Since November 2010 Artist Statement “Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life.” ~ Pablo Picasso
This statement from Picasso sums up what photography does for me. Often in my day-to-day life, I forget about the beautiful things of this world. But, in pausing to photograph a glorious sunset or capture a reflection in water, I stop long enough to “dust” my soul of the everyday life and absorb the peace and serenity which surrounds me.
In my photographic art you will find an underlying theme of stillness - a quiet serenity - sprinkled with a hint of nostalgia. I find a spiritual joy in capturing the colors of nature’s palette; its hues blended by natural light. In an abandoned building, I revel in an imagined history and marvel at the bare essentials of its structure. I delight in the creation of a still life that can evoke emotion.
It is my intent to offer images which “dust” the soul. I can only hope that the peace and serenity I found while capturing these images will extend to others.