“Please, will you come with me to see an artist who works with bones and metal?” Rather reluctantly, I accept the invitation to visit the atelier of Aldo Fabrizio, a rare bold authentic artist with a message who reveals unexpected surprises.
Art releases the soul. Whether free or imprisoned, the soul needs to express, release and share its truth. Across the street from the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., the Renwick Art Gallery of American Art presents The Art of Gaman: Arts and Crafts from the Japanese American Internment Camps from 1942 to 1946. The show is introduced with the following passage on the wall, “Everything was lost except the courage to create.”
Hoppin’ John wisdom for the new year – as Mrs. “T” says, “Don’t think about it so much. Just let it happen. Let it surprise you.”
Don’t postpone joy. A perspective of hope, optimism and joy from Laurey’s Catering supporting little Henry.
Photography is evidence of the relationship between the photographer and the images in front – either one of cliches or connections. If the photographer has a connection, the essence of the photographer will show through to the image. Nicholas Lainez, an anthropologist and photographer, explored South East Asia exploring the world of human trafficking first …
Words and voice of Alexandra Boulat photographing war.
“even my eyes are tired of the Palestinian drama sometimes. And, that is why I get caught by the details. Conflict and pain has become ordinary. Look at the ordinary – life without electricity … an empty frig….”
Cedar Hills, Texas is flat as far as the eye can see. Endless fields of green and stretches of highway are the only landmarks. Hot dry air limits the urge to explore. Trapped in an unknown part of the world presents a new perspective. Meet a local philosopher and jewelry maker, Bill Watkins. In truth, …