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Monthly Archives: June 2013
My students continue to surprise, amaze and inspire me every week. I have decided to post a photo from our Creative Sparks sessions on Thursday nights each Friday morning to share the inspiration with you. The first image comes from … Continue reading
Dina Mitrani Gallery in Miami’s Wynwood Art District is currently exhibiting a beautiful collection of photographs created using alternative processes such as platinum/palladium, cyanotype, wet plate and more. Printing surfaces include water color papers, vellum and metal. If you’re in … Continue reading
An observation from my last trip to Miami’s Wynwood Art District. I’m always inspired by the vibrant street art, galleries, people, food, Cuban coffee, etc.
“Stop thinking about art works as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences.” – Brian Eno For many more gems of inspiration check out these Brian Eno books and his latest CD Lux: … Continue reading
Had a nice night celebrating Father’s Day at Buca di Beppo in Wellington, Florida. I couldn’t resist making a quick interior photograph. This is “The Pope” room. Yes, that’s a pope head that spins with the lazy susan!
I love visiting Miami’s Wynwood Art District whenever possible. They have a fantastic art walk on the second Saturday of every month. The street art is amazing, the galleries always have interesting work and the food is delicious. What more could … Continue reading
“We look at the world and see what we have learned to believe is there. We have been conditioned to expect…. but, as photographers, we must learn to relax our beliefs.” – Aaron Siskind