Photo by Tresa Meyer-Clark on Etsy
2016 was a very busy year for us. I worked at my day job, and attended classes for Event Planning, Design and Decor in the evenings. It was a fabulous experience. One evening, a guest speaker demonstrated her positive energy with a Powerpoint presentation, and shared this: Create an imagine/inspiration board to help achieve your goals. My take-away was, I need to get very organized in order to use my new skills in combination with graphic design.
This year I’ve photographed and posted my favorite subjects: boats and sunset reflections on the water, especially mirror images. My book of passwords has grown with more photos to post, and design competitions to enter. I find myself writing, yet another updated profile or an artist statement about my digital artwork, and what inspires me.
In 2017, I would like to build my portfolio with new digital art and experiment more with painting. My goal is to impart a consistent body of work. My focus will be to create graphics for special events, and design inspiring motifs/patterns for home goods, stationery, wall art and more.
So back to that revised profile.
About Tresa Meyer-Clark
Having a family who encourages my artistic abilities is a blessing. Growing up in Michigan and working as a graphic designer will always have the most influence on my artwork. I earned a Bachelor of Art degree in graphic design and ceramics. I am a student of life, and the nature around me is my muse. I also love turtle sundaes with raspberry sauce!
As another year has flown by! I look forward to reading your posts on WordPress, making the next new year even better! Feel free to share!
This post was inspired by goals, and my friends at: The Daily Post.
The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.
Photography by Tresa Meyer-Clark
Walled Lake, Michigan, September 2016.
Sometimes all we need is a break from our regular schedule to think about how to go about things, to figure out a problem, or put the pieces together. Sometimes the gap can be a source of inspiration to keep going.
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This post was Inspired by The Daily Post and Michigan in September!
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
Going to the boathouse for the Winter in Charlevoix, Michigan
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
–Dr. Wayne Dyer
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Photography by Meyer Clark Studio 2015
Is there one word to describe feeling happy and sad at the same time?
The last day of August brings to mind how very short the Summer season is in Michigan. While I’m feeling melancholy that my favorite season is almost gone, I pore over all the Summer months of photos to get a sense of time gone by.
Summer Sunset with Dad and Ron.
Makes me smile.
Capturing the tiny details of flowers at different angles, watercolor sunrises and boats were my subjects this year. On August 22, my Dad and my Husband on the dock studying something in the water at sundown, symbolizes the goodbye to Summer for me. Still, I’m happy because we were all together in this beautiful place.
Traverse City, Clinch Marina
Moody Sunrise on Grand Traverse Bay
Photography by Tresa MeyerClark.
MeyerClark Studio 2015
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge:
“Today Was a Good Day.”
We are always happy to visit Traverse City, Michigan. Traveling by boat is the only way in my opinion, because the water and the scenery in Grand Traverse Bay is gorgeous.
It takes us almost three hours to travel from Lake Charlevoix to Clinch Marina where we were docked. In this mini “mesh” photo gallery is a pic of a sail boat, and my husband on our power boat. Also, at Clinch Park, I quickly grabbed my camera to capture the cutie patootie toddler, who at first, seemed to be walking all alone. I love taking pictures, and there are lots of opportunities to capture beautiful sunrises and sunsets too.
Look forward to posting more soon.
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August 20, 2015
It rained on our anniversary this year, but the rainbow was a gift. –We docked at Traverse City, Michigan – Clinch Marina in Grand Traverse Bay.
It takes time away from the every day work schedules to reflect. Time to think about how I’m leading my life and how I would like to feel like this, relaxed on vacation, and thinking about what I can do better. How can I be a better wife, be as creative as I can during the work week. I create more beaded jewelry on vacations than I do during a regular work week! My husband is very understanding and has valuable input to quality control. He also has a creative eye. If only we had more hours in the day to enjoy the fun stuff. Our fourth wedding anniversary has arrived today, and I can’t wait to see what this year has in store for us!
August 2015 on our way to Traverse City
Dad can do what he wants, after all it’s his boat!
August 20, 2011 – Wedding Reception
Our cake cutting picture with the lighthouse cake I designed.
Poster design I did for our guests to sign at our reception.
A piece from my summer 2015 collection with turquoise, gold filled stardust beads, pearls and agate.
Anchor Yourself with Happiness.
The inspiration to create is endless for me. Designing packaging and photographing my work makes everything come together.
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Photo by MeyerClark Studio
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symbol.”
Sunrise at the Marina at Northport, MI — Photo by Tresa Meyer Clark
A customer of mine told me that anchors have a lot of meaning to her and that she was having some health issues. When I asked her to explain, she said, “an anchor is a symbol of strength and stability.” She inspired me to make more anchor jewelry and I wrote this.
Anchor your happiness, anchor your love.
Anchor your faith, hope and healing, from the stars up above.
From the heavens to the sea, anchor happiness,
Anchor your dreams.
Waiting for the perfect sunset, moon, or waking up to see a beautiful sunrise, is more exciting to photograph while traveling by boat.
Dad and Ron at the marina on Beaver Island.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Scale.”