by Alazanto, Kevin Davis, our beloved son
Alazanto was Kevin Davis, our son
Filed under Art, Uncategorized
Tagged as Alazanto, blue flowers, butterflies, in remembrance, Kevin Davis, power, spider web
A web of power and beauty with butterflies and spiders so creatively positioned. Very lovely!
I’ve been contacting Cynthia Jobin’s friends today to tell them her blog was not removed but remains at
Most people thought her blog was gone and I think it was because dotnet was actually part of the name of her blog!
I’ve been looking at your son’s art work since I followed you back from Cynthia’s to tell you about Cynthia’s blog. His work is elegant and imaginative.~Ginene Nagel
I miss Cynthia, Ginene. I still go to her blog every once in awhile. I believe we used to inspire each other.
I like that a lot, Tom and Ethel. How did he do it? I know he was a photographer but this looks more like artwork.
He actually was a powerful artist, following in his mother’s footsteps, as he was a photographer, John, especially when it came to web design. Not only were his designs featured in U.S. books on web design, but also in Japanese texts on that topic. I once saw him draw a face using only html code without using any of the drawing tools available at the time. He had a lot of talents.
Like mother and father then!😊😊
.Web design on two levels. And very both powerful.
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