Sitting in a place for the first time for three hours with very little to do lets you observe and see many things in a new way. I was the "Featured Artist" at the Vets Gallery housing the exhibit with two of my photographs, Beyond Choreography. … [Read more...] about Pictures At An Exhibition
I have submitted two pieces to the upcoming juried exhibit Beyond Choreography and they both got accepted. The opening reception is on September 8, 2016, where they will announce special awards. There is also a panel discussion on September 20, 2016. … [Read more...] about Juried Exhibit Acceptances
Last couple of months I have been quite busy. Gearing up for the Collaborations event on October 5, 2014 and the event itself kept me busy for a while. Here are a few photographs from the hanging of the Ballet Off Stage exhibit at Festival Ballet … [Read more...] about Recently
Performing arts generally require a stage, often an elaborate stage. In a way, that isolated environment allows the artists to create the magic they do on stage. In a ballet performance, the dancers effortlessly move, fly, jump, with the comfort that … [Read more...] about Ballet Off Stage
Performing arts has different phraseology, different emphases than visual arts. I have learned over the past several years how even a fraction of an inch in the foot, or a fingertip position makes a great deal of difference in ballet if the … [Read more...] about Collaborations
My collection of photographs of Greta Hodgkinson performing Disarmed is published by LensCulture in Conceptual category. I am, of course, very pleased with this and wanted to share with the readers of this blog. Take a look at the collection once … [Read more...] about Disarmed on LensCulture
Who needs the wires and pulleys? Festival Ballet Providence company dancers were flying around during the Peter Pan run through yesterday. Especially when frozen in a still frame, their work looks so effortless. Yet, they were dancing, moving, … [Read more...] about Come Fly With Them!