Corrine Amos (via  ericarhiannon ) 
 The Ypsi Project was put on hold for a few days because I was out of town. Now I’m back and happy that the weather is warming up! I’m planning on doubling up on images for 5 days to make up for the ones that I’ve missed.  Today I went in to   Nelson Amos Studio   and spoke with Corrine about getting a project framed. She was very helpful and knowledgable about more than just framing.   The studio is filled with paintings by her husband, Nelson Amos, and photographic prints by her son Chris Amos. Corrine claims that her husband and son are the artistic ones in the family, but I can tell just in our short conversation that she is full of ideas herself. Please check out the Nelson Amos Studio website to see the array of services that are offered.

Corrine Amos (via ericarhiannon)

The Ypsi Project was put on hold for a few days because I was out of town. Now I’m back and happy that the weather is warming up! I’m planning on doubling up on images for 5 days to make up for the ones that I’ve missed. Today I went in to Nelson Amos Studio and spoke with Corrine about getting a project framed. She was very helpful and knowledgable about more than just framing. The studio is filled with paintings by her husband, Nelson Amos, and photographic prints by her son Chris Amos. Corrine claims that her husband and son are the artistic ones in the family, but I can tell just in our short conversation that she is full of ideas herself. Please check out the Nelson Amos Studio website to see the array of services that are offered.

Erica HamptonComment