In Light of the Snow, Guest Post by Greg Orth

The recent snowstorms brought the expected challenges, but it surprisingly also brought light, bright, evenly diffused light from all directions. As the builder of the studio, I had hoped to bring in light from as many directions as possible, even bouncing it off of the cathedral ceiling, yet I had not imagined the effect snow would have.

Today, in the midst of the second snow storm in as many weeks, I noticed how beautiful the sun and snow made the studio. I decided to capture it where possible.  The conditions for creativity were at their peak, and I wanted to capture the moment.

The art, created in this studio by Kathleen O’Brien, is illuminated at moments like this, to not only inspire people, but the imagination as well. The power of the Sun to impact our lives continues, and it is our challenge to bring it into our homes, our lives, and our being.

North and West Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

North and West Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Due West Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Due West Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Pencils in North Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Pencils in North Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Due North Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Due North Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Windowsill in North Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Windowsill in North Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Windowsill 2 in North Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Windowsill 2 in North Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Shipping Department in South Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Shipping Department in South Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Display Case in Above Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Display Case in Above Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

Kathleen at 6 months in Snow Light,, photo by Greg Orth

Kathleen at 6 months in Snow Light, photo by Greg Orth

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