Rick Daddario is a photographer, artist and poet from Hawaii who blogs at A 19 Planets Art Blog.
He is one of my favourite bloggers and the most wonderful creater of haiku, haiga and postcard art.
He will be guest blogging sometime soon (after he comes out of hibernation) so I won’t give too much away.
16 thoughts on “Citrus Fiesta (artist Rick Daddario)”
Note from Rick:
#1 and #2 are digital drawing and painting from 2007. they were for a greeting card – outside front and inside.
#3 – Lime Blossom – 2011 – is an ink drawing and water-brush work.
#4 – Grapefruit and Leaves – 2011 – an ink drawing altered with digital drawing and painting
#5 – Grapefuit on the Table – 2011 – ink drawing and water-brush.
Beautiful and joyful artwork Rick, as usual – love your citrusy drawings – thanks heaps 🙂
Thank You, Gabrielle – i’m honored to be among your great Citrus Fiesta artists posts. this is way fun. a couple of days ago i noticed the lime tree is beginning to blossom again – so is the grapefruit tree (i followed a butterfly to the blossoms). makes me want to go draw.
i wonder if there is room
in my pocket
heck, that ku is aching to become haiga, yes? bwahahahaha – mahalo again – aloha – rick
haha – love that ku (can’t wait for the haiga) – your pockets do seem to carry a lot of stuff (pocket poems etc.,) – like a school kid 😉 I have a small lime tree in a pot with 2 fruit on it (it’s only young) – I might put it in the ground so it can grow better!
I love these pictures.
thanks Tilly 🙂 he’s very good at what he does – I’m quite jealous
Rhythmic and playful lines and intense color. Wonderful!
Sums up a lot of his workthat I have seen – yes! Particularly ‘playful” 🙂 thanks squirrel
These are fabulous!
They are bluebee – his poetry is excellent as well bluebee 🙂
wow, great stuff! love the way it stretches the concept beautifully and digitally, so refined
thanks tipota 🙂
Rick is SO talented! Wonderful work…
thanks adeeyoyo 🙂
Fantastic. I really like the lime blossom. What a talented artist!
He is very talented – I think he earns a living from art (that says a lot 😉 )