The End (of 2021)
Creating something out of nothing, PDT was born in the deep winter of 2021 and despite all obstacles, grew into a dynamic performing force that has flourished into a tight, bonded, creative family of lovable, gifted misfits. Unified and practicing thankfulness, PDT sends our heartfelt gratitude to all of our friends, family and fans for their amazing support and look forward to 2022! If you are, or someone you know is, interested in auditioning for the Providence Drum Troupe, intentions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have but one rule: “Don't Be Annoying.”
pic by Michael M. Luzzi
Collecting art that can be handed down for generations...what a thoughtful heirloom gift! Infinite gratitude to the kind collector who purchased “Breithe” in its custom float frame from my studio today for his special someone!
Breithe is Irish for the time when something begins (especially life).
Such was the case when I photographed this early morning image of a passage in western Ireland. Sometimes you feel a new beginning down in your bones and welcome the unknown, full of things that have never been.
Mask down . . .
“The rabbits mingled naturally. They did not talk for talking's sake, in the artificial manner that human beings - and sometimes even their dogs and cats - do. But this did not mean that they were not communicating; merely that they were not communicating by talking.”
Lost in Providence . . .
No filter needed . . .
Natural beauty needs no beautification filters.
Listener . . .
“Everything was quiet, as if the silence was listening.”
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The Gala Art Opening is over and I think it went rather well. Hard work and planning paid off and I feel everyone in attendance had a good time. Now is the time for self care, rest and a sense of gathering my thoughts for the next adventure.
You can view some of the images from the event here:
Founding a new country . . .
These two greeted me as I stepped out from my studio at The Graduate Providence, nearly 9 feet tall and I . . .
wanted to found a new country ~