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About Nature Photographer Marion Patterson in Perreault Magazine by Brigitte Perreault

Play. Laugh. Dance. Sing. Delight in everything. It’s all a dance.

One time when I was in despair because nobody was buying my work and I was broke, I phoned Minor White. 328 more words

Perrault-Magazine

Booking travel

I love travel, and next to that, reading about it. But most of what I read leaves me flat; most travel writers upholster their pages with supposedly useful bits of information meant to lead me to a favorite hotel or a great nude beach where I can buy the killer margarita. 1,462 more words

The 2012 Spring Semester Provoked Philanthropy and Unresolved Issues

Finals week finally reached Rowan University. The most stressful week of the school year takes over students’ lives. All night studying sessions, and jammed packed library and computer labs fill the campus. 733 more words

For The Love of Art

From Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera to John Lennon and Yoko Ono, a passion for art brought these couples together.  The melodramatic nature of their love affairs played out with inspiring, sometimes tumultuous, creativity for the world to judge, exploit and envy.   204 more words

Design

Preview: Selections From The Collection, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco

Edward Weston, “Nude, (Charis on Dunes)”

Beat the heat with beautiful photographs!

The impressive collection of the Scott Nichols gallery is sampled and on display this summer. 95 more words

Black And White Photography

Edward Weston Exhibition Review on Photograph Works

Here’s a link again – this time to Edward Weston – peppers, nautilus shells, famous people, cabbages, nudes – Weston tried to shoot things exactly as they are so that they looked like something from very far away from the predictable file-card of the image that we slot in our minds. 12 more words

Photography

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Charis Wilson died last week. I’ve been uncomfortable reading the obits. When the NYT describes her first as Edward Weston’s lover, I feel like that isn’t the top of her list of personal achievements.   71 more words

Fine Art