All My Little Words

Alyssa Bozekowski Photography

Month: February, 2011

Sitting by a Frozen Lake Reminds Me of Home

I apologize for the dust spots and mediocre color correction* – working on acquiring photoshop soon!



For a New Day

I love this band, thanks will for introducing them to me!

Beachy Dreams


I am so Pumped for this movie to come out

A. It looks brilliant. Lovely cinematography added with a fun story line and looks like quality actors  finishing off the movie.

B. Richard Ayoade has written and directed this movie! If your are not in love with the British sitcom The IT Crowd like I am, here is a video of his character that should get you going.

Check out the full trailer, I’ll be at some movie theater March 18

Pete Eckert

Arthur Gonzalez

Recently I have been searching for residencies and looking into grants. A family friend introduced me to Arthur Gonzalez’s work, they had the opportunity to work with him in a workshop up at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, CO. I have been really inspired by his work. His sculptures and ceramics have these old story telling qualities because of his textures and finishes. The caricatures that he creates live in this fantasy/ dream world which I think is why I was so drawn to his work. His Pinocchio series is a great example of this, he has created these distorted faces with their elaborate noses. Referencing this children’s story creates an eerie, dark quality to the pieces because of the rough textures, odd found objects, and distorted faces. They are clown like, but remind me of old European or Russian fairy tales because of the darker content incorporated to the artwork.  His work has hispanic and latin qualities that remind me of the props and characters in the movie the Pan’s Labyrinth . I was really excited to come across his work it has given me ideas on how to communicate dream like narratives. Gonzalez also just has stunning and intriguing visuals and techniques, putting him at my favorite ceramic/sculpture artist as of right now

here are some photos of his work, but be sure to check out his full portfolio here