If you're like me, you love to see new places and experience new things.  Sadly, all too often "real life" gets in the way.  There's too much work, too many responsibilities, and not enough time.  

Like many of you, while I was establishing myself in my "day job," work consumed me.  In fact, a 120-hour work week was the norm.  Days off were rare. driving in to work and driving home from work both in the dark was standard.

it was during this time that i started to collect art for my house.  to me, each piece was like a window, so even when i was studying or working, i could "escape" to the beach or under the ocean. as the quality of the art increased, they became more than just "windows."  I wasn't just looking at them or through them, i started to feel like i was there.

If you'll let me, through my art, i want to transport you as i was transported.  you may connect with a piece that reminds you of someplace that you've been.  you may find one that allows you to see someplace you've always wanted to go.

if you read the stories that accompany some of my art in my blog, i hope you'll find yourself there with me.  i want you to smell the salt water, to feel the chill in the air, to feel your heart pound.  just like i did.

my  hope is that you don't just look at my art. Instead, i want you to feel it, to experience a moment along with me.  a moment captured that will last forever.

I'd also love to hear a little (or a lot) about you. so, don't hesitate to contact me!

  Photo:  Bommarito Fine Art
Garsha18 Photography, LLC