"Black, White, and In Between", a juried exhibition selected by Richard Dana: All three of the photographs I entered into this show were accepted, and this one won a prize. "The Thin Red Line", photograph printed at 12" X 16". Archival print.
This adorable baby, (who belongs to friends of my daughter), has to wear a little plastic helmet 23 hours a day to reshape his head. They brought it to me for a custom paint job. Lots of fun, and very very cute! He's not quite 6 months old. Apparently there are lots of babies wearing these little helmets.
Nancy Freeman is a native of California who lives now in Washington, DC. A lifelong artist, she paints portraits and other commissions for a living, which keeps her traditional skills tuned and supports her decades-old obsession with computer art, and pastel painting.
She is currently using her 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th computers, but remembers when Dick Tracy had to make do with a two-way wrist radio.