The Berkshire Mountains were on the top of my list of places to live when I first moved to the East Coast. Spectacular scenery, rural mellow vibe, great food and a vibrant art scene. Years later I find myself installing a collaborative sculptural photography piece, “Irony: Outside the Box” with @matthewjpeake at the
Lichtenstein Center for the Arts in the heart of the Berkshires.
Lichtenstein Center for the Arts
28 Renne Avenue
Dates: October 2 - November 20, 2020
An informal reception will be held on Friday October 2, 2020 from 5-8 pm for the city's monthly First Fridays ArtsWalk. An awards reception will be held Saturday, October 3, 2020 from 3-6 pm
My mind is blown every time I think of how the human body is designed. We are built with such divine mechanics to think, feel, look, and breathe. It's truly remarkable.
“Other times, I look at my scars and see something else: a girl who was trying to cope with something horrible that she should never have had to live through at all. My scars show pain and suffering, but they also show my will to survive. They're part of my history that'll always be there.”
“Many memories are dead ends. That’s why I throw away a thousand pages. If you haven’t thrown away a thousand, then you don’t have four hundred that are worth a shit. You have to edit ruthlessly.”
We had over ten models including Autumn at my #creatingyourvision #photographyworkshop interacting with the juried sculpture exhibit Art on the Trails and the sublime natural beauty in Southborough, Ma. Great weather, wonderful art and superb models made for a spectacular day! Stay tuned for details regarding the next workshop on October 18 involving lots of snakes and beautiful models just in time for Halloween.
Each of us is a tiny being, permitted to ride on the outermost skin of one of the smaller planets for a few dozen trips around the local star.
- Carl Sagan