River Arts Center Photo Workshop, Photo Contest and Reception

This winter River Arts Center hosted the second annual Sauk Prairie community photo contest and Ania Fields Photo Art had an honor to be again a co-sponsor of this event.  We selected the top 18 photographs (out of 150 submited!) that are now displayed in the gallery at the River Arts Center. As part of the… read more

Our Photo Gallery Wall and Command Picture Hanging Strips Review


Today I wanted to share with you a recent photo project I did in our home and a new discovery that made the whole task super easy. As you may already know, I love the idea of decorating with photographs. This is what I do not only for each of my clients but also for… read more

Chia Seed Pudding Recipe


Chia seeds are supposed to be one of the healthiest foods on the planet. They are loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fiber, quality protein, calcium, magnesium and other minerals. I discovered them a few years ago and since then we always have some chia seeds in our pantry. At the beginning I was just using… read more

Our Life with Morty – How to Successfully Adopt a Rescue Dog


Meet Morty. He is likely part miniature Australian shepherd, part… who knows what? We just don’t know. After taking care of a friend’s dog for over a month last summer and experiencing all the joys dogs bring to people’s lives, we decided we are ready and started looking for our own furry bundle of happiness.… read more

What I Love – Traditional Polish Vegetable Salad


Today I’ll share with you how to make traditional Polish vegetable salad (salatka jarzynowa). This is a super easy and very popular Polish side dish. You can see it on almost every table at Christmas, Easter, wedding or any other family get together. This was also one of the first dishes that I learned how… read more

Kombucha Dog Treats – What to Do With Extra Kombucha Scobys


Today I’d like to share with you a recent fun kitchen experiment making kombucha scoby dog treats. Our Morty really liked them so they must have turned out pretty good and I’m sure I’ll make them again. You might already know that several years ago I started brewing kombucha at home (if you don’t know… read more

New Year and New Logo

I hope you had fun celebrating with your loved ones the amazing year now behind us. For Ania Fields Photo Art New Year comes with a new logo! I hope you’ll like it as much as I do 🙂 It was designed  by Elizabeth Neely (one of my beautiful and talented brides). Thanks Elizabeth! And… read more

Feeling Grateful, Today and Everyday…

Sauk City Photographer

Everyday I try to find some time to count my blessings. For me it’s a great thing to do before getting up or going to sleep and especially helpful on more challenging days when it helps to put everything in perspective. These three beautiful people are always on top of my list. 🙂 I’m also… read more

Our Neighbor Phyllis


There are many fall sessions waiting to be posted, but I thought about sharing a little inspiration today on the blog. I am constantly inspired by our amazing 93-year-old neighbor Phyllis. At her age she is still full of life, good energy, gratitude, optimism and youthful spring in her step. Phyllis spends her summer months… read more

Easy Lacto-Fermented Pickles Recipe

With our vegetable garden in full production mode and weekly CSA veggie shares from the Roots and Shoots farm we are getting quite a few perfect pickling cucumbers every week. So I thought I would share a recipe for Polish dill pickles in brine or in Polish – ogórki kiszone (oh-GOORR-kee kee-SHOH-neh). Those are not… read more

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