1. June 28th 2013

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    from Hannah Z. Mickunas / Added

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    • PIECES of WATER

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      from water / Added

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      A sweet video about the artist, "Water" whose dream is have people create and collect art with her around the world.

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      • In Camera — the working dancer

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        from Exhibit-it / Added

        Photographic impressions of the working dancers engaged in the creative process during choreographic workshops at Ballet BC, Vancouver (2011 - 2012).

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        • Masquerade

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          from grEGORy simpson / Added

          "Reject intent." http://photography.ultrasomething.com

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          • Thinking In Color – A Conversation with Bill Armstrong and W.M. Hunt – Part 2

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            from Aperture Foundation / Added

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            On March 18, 2012, acclaimed art photographer Bill Armstrong, and collector, curator, and consultant W. M. Hunt presented a lively conversation on color photography. Taking inspiration from the book I Send You This Cadmium Red, which features correspondence between critic John Berger and artist John Christie, Hunt and Armstrong have initiated a dialogue about color in photography. Starting with Armstrong’s technical overview of color photography and its history, as well as Hunt’s observations about color and its empathic power, the exchange was a means for the longtime friends to challenge each other through their ideas.

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            • Thinking In Color – A Conversation with Bill Armstrong and W.M. Hunt

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              from Aperture Foundation / Added

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              On March 18, 2012, acclaimed art photographer Bill Armstrong, and collector, curator, and consultant W. M. Hunt presented a lively conversation on color photography. Taking inspiration from the book I Send You This Cadmium Red, which features correspondence between critic John Berger and artist John Christie, Hunt and Armstrong have initiated a dialogue about color in photography. Starting with Armstrong’s technical overview of color photography and its history, as well as Hunt’s observations about color and its empathic power, the exchange was a means for the longtime friends to challenge each other through their ideas. Throughout their conversation at Aperture, Armstrong and Hunt offered thoughts about how color behaves, read from some of their written exchanges with each other, and took the audience on an unexpected and fresh journey through interpreting color in photographs. In 2011, Aperture published The Unseen Eye: Photographs from the Unconscious, a catalog of anti-portraiture, amassed over the course of thirty years by W. M. Hunt, which includes works by masters such as Richard Avedon, Diane Arbus, Imogen Cunningham, William Klein, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Robert Frank. Bill Armstrong was featured in The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography (Aperture, 2009), author Lyle Rexer's examination of abstraction at pivotal moments in photography.

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              • Refractograph Tutorial

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                from Rob Turney / Added

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                This tutorial guides you through the process to create Refractographs and shows you the process I use to create these abstract photographs. Refractographs are caustic patterns produced as light reflects and refracts through an object. Check out http://robturneyvisuals.com/portfolio/refraction/ for some examples of my refractographs or keep in touch on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RobTurneyPhotography Note: There is little to no post production on the images and they are all images of real light and not computer generated.

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                • Nancy Knowles NYC Art Show: The Moment 2013

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                  This show, called The Moment, ran from November through February 2012-3 at Pisticci Restaurant in Manhattan as part of their quarterly art exhibit series. I created all new work for the show, choosing each piece's placement in the space before making the work. The week of the opening, hurricane Sandy slammed New York and environs with its fury, which was also felt at my home in rural New Hampshire. At the time, I had been packing up the show for travel, but instead painted my way through the storm as the trees fell all around in our woods. The resulting piece, called íSandy! is the wild yellow painting (triptych) in the video. The series of five photographs in The Moment indulges my passion for macro abstraction. The subject matter is metal, glass, oil and water. The huge wave-like painting is called Plus ça change... (as in, "the more it changes, the more it stays the same"). I planned this work as a backdrop for my one-woman show LUNA. The song I am singing throughout the video is Credo (by Frank Wallace, set to my poetry). This is the first song I sing in LUNA, a play about two artists, my mother and me.

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                  • Relaxing Music Flower Photo Meditation to Be Stress and Anxiety Free in 60 Seconds

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                    from Irina Wardas / Added

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                    http://www.NaturalPhotographySpa.com Relaxing music and flower photos as a 2-min mediation to relax your mind, body and spirit as well as instantly reduce stress and anxiety. Visit Natural Photography Spa to find fine art photography to get stress free home decor ideas. Irina Wardas © 2013

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                    • 2012 Photograph Sampler–Nancy Knowles

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                      A culling of images from January through July 2012, in a slideshow with music by Frank Wallace, excerpt from Orientale, played by the composer on classical guitar.

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