• Perfectly Banal

    William Eggleston

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  • From the Edges

    Mary Ellen Mark

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  • The Color of Genius

    Saul Leiter

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  • Serial Conversationalist

    I AM ENDLESSLY CURIOUS ABOUT THE PROCESS OF CREATIVITY. I PAINT, WRITE, TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS AND HAVE LONG FORM CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE ABOUT WHY THEY DO WHAT THEY DO.

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Five For Friday #121

“How can you know what you’re capable of if you don’t embrace the unknown?” – Esmeralda Santiago There is nothing like nature to make us, as humans, feel small and insignificant. Bored Panda put together this wonderful group of images showing people looking almost miniature when compared to their surroundings. We are not as important […]

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Tone: A Mesmerizing Short About Paint

I already think that painting looks pretty cool at arm’s distance, but I had no idea how much cooler it could look up close – and I mean up really close. In Tone, filmmaker Trent Jaklitsch gives viewers a macro look at the creative process of painter Alyssa Monks. With a terrific downtempo soundtrack by Other People, the film is […]

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Incredibly Intricate Paper “Stained Glass Windows” By Eric Standley

“The reverence for these structures seemed to have to do with the infinite.” – Eric Standley Inspired by Islamic and Gothic architecture and ornamentation, Virginia-based artist Eric Standley uses a laser to cut wonderfully intricate and complex patterns into paper, which he then stacks into stunning volumetric assemblages that resemble stained glass windows. Each piece […]

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Film Styles For Capture One [Review]

With the announcement that Apple is killing off Aperture, it looks like Adobe Lightroom is poised to be the de facto app for processing RAW files. After all, it plays (somewhat) nicely with Photoshop, has a bunch of great non-destructive tools and terrific presets like VSCO and Replichrome let you style your photos with a single […]

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Lisa Kristine

Five For Friday #120

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” – Theodore Roosevelt After watching Lisa Kristine’s TedX talk the other day I had to go look at her series of photographs called Modern Day Slavery. They are riveting and heartbreaking. Kristine has used her camera to draw attention to the mind-numbing fact that there […]

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Moving The Chains

Earlier this week, I was looking through iTunes for new podcasts to listen to (because what I really need is another podcast to listen to) and I happened upon something that frankly made my day. There, in the New & Noteworthy section of Visual Arts, was the cover art for my new show, Process Driven. […]

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