Remember this post back in November 2008? I was trying my hand at photo manipulation in Photoshop with a picture of my daughter that was too dark, but otherwise really nice? I invited DAMuse readers to grab the picture and make their own changes to it.
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Original image, untouched
Fran Forman, a new Daily Art Muse reader, happened upon the post several days ago. Forman, an accomplished ‘digital painter’ who is currently a Resident Scholar at The Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University, took me up on the invitation and sent along this image. I love it – thanks Fran!
Fran Forman’s digital manipulation magic!
Fran’s story is great inspiration and her email was perfectly timed – it gives me the opportunity to congratulate my daughter, who left the corporate world behind this month to attend graduate school. This marks the beginning of her journey to fulfill a long-held dream.
She’s following her bliss. Congratulations Jess!
August 2009: Jess and Andrejs celebrate her new path
What are you doing to follow your bliss this month? I’m knee deep in renovations, then off to a workshop in Philly this weekend…see you Tuesday?