ActonArts Archive (2011-2015)
Archived blog posts from ActonArts at blogger.com.
Filtering by Tag: exhibit
|Untitled, September 2011|
|Deadheaded, from the Chrysanthemum Series, September 2011|
The above photograph comes from a group of images taken over the summer and into the fall of 2010 while I watched the development of chrysanthemum seedlings from my back window. This image is currently on exhibit in the Annual Artspace Members Show from September 12 - October 7, 2011.
I hope to edit and print many more images from this series and create a cohesive photo essay that illustrates the many facets of growing these fall flowers. Here are a couple more:
|Pots, June 2010|
|Buds, September 2010|
|The Recorder, Arts & Entertainment, September 23, 2010|
"If you look at a picture of two of Franklin County's many rivers coming together; it's easy to see how that represents a confluence. But how about an assemblage of materials...or a picture of a sprite-like girl seemingly trapped under a porch?....How do these represent confluence?"
––Arn Albertini, The Recorder
I am endlessly fascinated with the upward struggle of my own children as they try to make sense of the world. In spite of living explosively close to their own birth dates, I often sense they have access to a hidden wisdom that guides them through the tumult of growing up. The only evidence of that inner perception, or the perceived confluence of childhood innocence and adult experience, has been exposed in my photographic work.