Art: stonefoX. Design: Jeremy Thornton
Mr. FoX — How we look and what we see is more important than what we look at.
my favorite pics so far
August 1 – 31, 2021
Without any formal training in the arts, I have applied my creative imagination to explore the visual arts of sculpture and photography, as well as the literary arts of essay writing, poetry, and the writing of quotations, philosophy of life and humor. How philosophy of life and humor travel together, weave in and out, intersect and interact particularly interest me.
Photography is a relatively new adventure for me. All of my images are clicked and edited using only the iPhone camera and various apps.
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts in Mill Valley, California and its Photography Group have been the spark plugs for my creative imagination.
Thank you for taking the time to view the images in this show. I hope you enjoy them. Please feel free to share your criticism with me. A fine polish often requires an abrasive.
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Chanel — Photography is not only about being in the light place at the light time, but at times it is also about being in the white place at the white time.
REFLECTIONS & SHADOWS
Hot Rod — We only absorb and then reflect a tiny slice of our environment. The closer we look the more we absorb and reflect.
Dali Parton — A touch of madness is good for the soul. Whenever an image is crazy, is it crazy enough?
Dreamer — We are never too old to create a new dream, and our dreams need not have expiration dates.
What we see often depends upon how we look. As we go through life may we see more than meets the eye.
I have one word of caution to artists (everyone is an artist in one way or another) – When we stretch our imagination far enough and wide enough, it may never return to its former size and shape
Enjoy tomorrow’s past!