On this past Sunday, February 12, 2017, my husband took me and our girls to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to see the Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss, and the Cycle of Life. I have been a huge fan of Edvard Munch since I was a teenager. So when I heard the VMFA was going to have an exhibit of his work I knew I had to go. Fortunately, this was a photo friendly exhibit so I was able to capture my aspiring artists in action. My daughters brought along notebooks so they could sketch some of the pieces they liked best. It was a perfect day! The girls asked lots of questions and took their time looking at the art work. When we were done with the exhibit we wondered around the museum to see what else they had to offer for our day of art!
Sketching Mom’s favorite Edvard Munch
Jasper Johns This was my Husband’s favorite.
Even my husband wanted to capture some art.
Telling Daddy what she’s seeing.
Deep conversation. Art can do that!
What do you see?
Family Portrait in the Art Deco mirros.
Discussing art with Daddy
On to the next one.
Waiting for Mommy
My Wish for 2017 to spend more time with the family.
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of taking some lovely photographs of the Wilson family children. Children are the best subjects to photograph. They haven’t learned to be self-conscious and their expressions are always so honest. I plan on taking many more photographs of this wonderful family, to help document their growth. Thank you Wilsons for allowing me into your home for the afternoon.
Today is Team Pinnock’s Anniversary. So I decided to do a revised post with new edits and some unseen photos. My life is definitely better with my husband. He isn’t just my husband he is my best friend. I wouldn’t be where I am today without his love and
support. He puts up with my crazy and encourages me to pursue my photography dreams. I love you Mr. Pinnock.
P.S. A very Happy Birthday to Elvis!
The First Kiss
The Bride. The Groom. And Elvis make 3
The Happy Couple with the Brides parents via the webcam.
Nothing says “I support your obsession,” like receiving camera equipment from your loving spouse. My wonderful husband gave me the 50mm lens I’d been looking at for the better part of 2014 for Christmas. I used the holiday to give it a test run. Here are just a few of my favorites.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without the ceramic Christmas tree my Great Grandmother made.
My Mother cross stitched this advent calendar when I was a child.
Sisters. Sisters. There were never such devoted Sisters.
Does she need an introduction?
Homemade ornaments out of mint candies.
Our Elf Louise on her final day with the girls. See you next year.