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Setting Up

Burnt Patch from Museum Trade on Vimeo. Andrew Goldsworthy Rivers and Tides: Andrew Goldsworthy Working With Time, is an essential documentary about creativity in the world. Lori Nix – "Pull them in with beauty" from Derek Means on Vimeo. Lori … Continue reading

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I See You

1997: Birth of the Camera Phone from Conscious Minds on Vimeo. The Mobile Phone in the Hands of the Nepalise People: A Humanistic Perspective of Technology (master thesis, Merilin Piipuu, pdf) The Art of Making Photos: Some Phenomenological Reflections (Thomas … Continue reading

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Beneath the Surface

Sally Mann Sally Mann Photos at Edwynn Houk All art is at once surface and symbol. Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril. Those who read the symbol do so at their peril. ?—Oscar Wilde The … Continue reading

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Lori Nix

The Discovery Channel Visits the Studio from Lori Nix on Vimeo. via Newsweek: Post-mankind Vision of Photographer Lori Nix Lori Nix web site 6. In your opinion, what are the most important things (whether bad or good) that photography should … Continue reading

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The Wonder of Decay

Art of the Collection: The Photography of Rosamond Purcell from Hans Weise on Vimeo. An Art That Nature Makes, Molly Bernstein’s new film about the artist Rosamund Purcell, has opened, and closes tomorrow. Clearly this will be a must see … Continue reading

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Syria, Remember Me

Deborah Felmeth married a Syrian man and lived a life with one foot in Vermont and another foot in Damascus, Syria. She taught music and movement and yoga in both places. Then, all hell broke loose. I don’t know the … Continue reading

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Luck and Creativity

Today, I grabbed by DSLR and took some photos of the early spring ground at locations where ‘complexity’ of the certain sort my symmetry-based photographic art is founded upon could be found and captured. The above image is a quickee. … Continue reading

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Awesome Photos from the Library of Congress on Flickr

Time Machine

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Each a Posit, Each a Tale Unto Itself

Each posit being a plant. Tending my very own garden for the very first time was a learning experience. My prior learning and experience helped, but next year will demonstrate a great deal of learning from mistakes. There were three … Continue reading

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Interior Study #1 (of an abandoned truck)

\ 2012 Latches 2012 These pieces are experiments drawn from photographs taken deep in a friend’s backyard, where an old truck was abandoned and left behind with its load of framed windows still on it. As always, new additions to … Continue reading

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ARK, Photos, Creative Catching Up

Desert Discussion, 2012, S.Calhoun ‘Recycling’ 2012, S.Calhoun all the above from 2012 – not all have been posted in the gallery I’m posting new arrivals and archival restorations, as always, at My Naive Art. (Incidentally, one alternative way to navigate … Continue reading

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My Naive Art – some new experiments

Dogwood; photographic series, 2012, S.Calhoun – large version Driveway Abstract #2; photographic series, 2012, S.Calhoun – large version Driveway Abstract #3; photographic series, 2012, S.Calhoun – large version Hibiscus Petals #3; photographic series, 2012, S.Calhoun – large version Continuing apace … Continue reading

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