Make Quilts… The Show

Come on down to the Arts Council of Wayne County tomorrow night from 5 – 7 p.m. for the opening of my new show, Make Quilts; Chapter 14 of The Art of War. This show features a large new triptych which focuses on the quilt-like elements of shoopart, while exploring how quilts played a part […]

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And The Winner is…David Cobb

David is the winner of ‘Play Along #1’ . “Winning Big” involves getting 25% off his next order. Check out the ‘Shoot Locals‘ to see the flight path that led to these photos as well as other areas we shot. Turns out David is an artist who has and is creating some beautiful work, which […]

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window display at Crescent Moon

Thank you Crescent Moon

A big thank you to Joan and Mike Loch at Crescent Moon for having me as their featured artist of the month for June, including Wilmington’s Fourth Friday Gallery Walk. It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to discuss my work with the gallery-goers. Wilmington is just an awesome city, and this was a […]

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Bridgeport 1

California…

…we haven’t forgotten you. Sure we had to change our license plates to North Carolina’s, but you are still home. So on a recent trip back to the Golden State, we made sure that you would be represented here at shoopart.com. Check out the work from some photo shoots in Noe Valley of San Francisco, […]

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Glass house of Jamestown

Commonwealth of Virginia

The shoopart family hit interstate 95 north and we headed to the history-rich state of Virginia. We focused our lens on the Historic Triangle and the Capital, Richmond. Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, the three points of the triangle, offer some ornate and organic lines that date back to the colonial days, while Richmond’s diverse cityscape […]

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First Baptist Church of Wilmington

Wilmington Gallery is here

Shoopart is featuring some work from a shoot down in the beautiful¬† port city of Wilmington, NC. The city is rich with history and incredible architecture from the mid 19th century. The weathering of time has created an incredible patina that can been seen throughout the city’s streets and alleys. Enjoy, and happy Thanksgiving.

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Back From Asheville

We recently went west to the Asheville area for some camping and to fill up our growler at Asheville Brewing with some of their delightful Shiva IPA. We took some photos while we were there as well. The city itself is an awesome spot, with plenty of beautiful architecture and nature. We spent a day […]

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11:01, 2 July 2013 EB1

Play Along Challenge: East Bound #1

Taking photographs from plane windows has always been a joy of the shoop, which relates back to his interest in natural processes. From a viewpoint that high above the earth, one can gain a vast perspective of these natural actions. Back in the editing room, another pleasure with this series is using satellite maps to […]

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Beartooth, 15:00, 22 September 2013

Back from Montana

I recently returned from Montana, and saw some beautiful big-sky country. We drove the 10,000 foot pass of the Beartooth Highway and it was amazing. We continued on through Yellowstone and saw an abundance of animals, included 2 male antelope fighting over some ladies, a grizzly mom and 2 cubs in the distance, and then […]

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