Deja Vuvu, by jennspoint

Minted x Domino Mag Contest Submission

I’m trying something a little different. Right now, Minted is teaming up with Domino and issuing an art challenge. This is my entry. To vote for my entry click HERE. To enter your own artwork in the challenge click HERE.

Deja Vuvu, by jennspoint

Minted x Domino Mag Contest Submission

I’m trying something a little different. Right now, Minted is teaming up with Domino and issuing an art challenge. This is my entry. To vote for my entry click HERE. To enter your own artwork in the challenge click HERE.

Let the Sunshine In, by jennspoint

Let the Sunshine In

This is is an abstract of a sun I created as a CBC Suns submission.  The title is inspired by an old hymn we used to sing in church (Open Up Your Heart, by Stuart Hamblin).

Let the Sunshine In, by jennspoint

Let the Sunshine In

This is is an abstract of a sun I created as a CBC Suns submission.  The title is inspired by an old hymn we used to sing in church (Open Up Your Heart, by Stuart Hamblin).

Fire and Rain, by jennspoint

Abstract Art just isn’t for Everyone

Recently I showed a piece of artwork that I’m entering in a local contest to my parents (both of them octogenarians), and while I was there, I showed them a quick slideshow on my phone of several other pieces I’m

Fire and Rain, by jennspoint

Abstract Art just isn’t for Everyone

Recently I showed a piece of artwork that I’m entering in a local contest to my parents (both of them octogenarians), and while I was there, I showed them a quick slideshow on my phone of several other pieces I’m

Brighten the Corner, artwork by jennspoint

Throwback Thursday: Brighten the Corner where You Are

Brighten the Corner where You Are (Lyrics by Ina D. Og­don, Music by Charles H. Gabriel, Performance by The Covenant Gospelaires) Do not wait until some deed of greatness you may do, Do not wait to shed your light afar, To the many duties

Brighten the Corner, artwork by jennspoint

Throwback Thursday: Brighten the Corner where You Are

Brighten the Corner where You Are (Lyrics by Ina D. Og­don, Music by Charles H. Gabriel, Performance by The Covenant Gospelaires) Do not wait until some deed of greatness you may do, Do not wait to shed your light afar, To the many duties

Long Shot, by jennspoint

Windows 10 – So far, I’m impressed!

I updated my laptop from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 yesterday via Microsoft’s free auto-update. I was terrified.  Over the past year or so, I’ve been inundated with very expensive and time-consuming technical problems, due to my lack of knowledge

Long Shot, by jennspoint

Windows 10 – So far, I’m impressed!

I updated my laptop from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 yesterday via Microsoft’s free auto-update. I was terrified.  Over the past year or so, I’ve been inundated with very expensive and time-consuming technical problems, due to my lack of knowledge

Filter, by jennspoint

How does my phone know I’ll be at work in 29 minutes?!

I finally had a chance to Google how in the world my phone knew I had a 29 minute drive to work (and then 38 minutes home). It’s called Google Now. I’m just not sure why Google is obsessed with my commute…or how I feel about that.

Filter, by jennspoint

How does my phone know I’ll be at work in 29 minutes?!

I finally had a chance to Google how in the world my phone knew I had a 29 minute drive to work (and then 38 minutes home). It’s called Google Now. I’m just not sure why Google is obsessed with my commute…or how I feel about that.

Brown Eye Blue, by jennspoint

Throwback Thursday: Brown Eye(s) Blue

A little old, a little new…and blue. No worries – no one’s getting married.  :-)

Brown Eye Blue, by jennspoint

Throwback Thursday: Brown Eye(s) Blue

A little old, a little new…and blue. No worries – no one’s getting married.  :-)

Quittin' Time, by jennspoint

Quittin’ Time

I grew up in a world where “keeping busy” was a virtue synonymous with “working hard,” a character trait that prevented the deadly sin of slothfulness. I took this to heart and long before I was old enough to work outside the home it became part of my personality…with unfortunate results.

Quittin' Time, by jennspoint

Quittin’ Time

I grew up in a world where “keeping busy” was a virtue synonymous with “working hard,” a character trait that prevented the deadly sin of slothfulness. I took this to heart and long before I was old enough to work outside the home it became part of my personality…with unfortunate results.