Thursday, April 03, 2008

The Kroger Art Gallery

You gotta check out Jeanne Damoff's post today at Master's Artist.

I've always loved how she finds beauty in the ordinary, and this post just expresses it so beautifully.

Plus, I would have paid money to see her taking pictures in the produce section and seeing the expression on the other shoppers' faces.

Did I mention I envy her her camera too?

2 comments:

Jeanne Damoff said...

Aw, thanks, Jen!

Interesting thing about the other shoppers: they all wanted to talk to me about it. One man eagerly asked if this was what they call "macro photography." Another asked what I do for a living, and when I said I was a writer, he wanted to know my name and how to spell it. A woman launched into a long discussion about the price of asparagus. Maybe she thought I was a reporter? When I realized I was blocking another person's cart, I apologized, and she said, "Oh, no. It's okay. You do your work." It was quite the sociological experiment!

Thanks again for the compliments and the link. You're sweet. :)

Love, Jeanne

Jennifer Tiszai said...

Cool! That makes it even more interesting.

It's funny how people think writers are so glamorous. Shh! Don't tell them!