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Yearly Archives: 2012

Palmer Davis ~ A Storyteller with a lens

I first met Palmer Davis in November of 2010 when I took his “Stranger than Fiction” class at ICP.  At that time I sensed the need to recharge my creative batteries and be in a group setting again.  My decision to take the class proved to be one of the best things I’ve ever did. […]

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Mary’s Place

Mary is one of my favorite people in the world. Her place is a treasure chest of wonder. Her spirit warms my heart – always. xo, Monika FacebookTwitter

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The Nature of Photographs – A Primer, by Steven Shore

This is a neat, succinct, and poignant proposition by Steven Shore on the essential elements, “levels,” in photography that are unique to the medium. The three levels are: Physical Level Depictive Level Mental Level The levels are used as tools in looking at photographs and understanding them as physical objects. It is a contemplation of […]

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RANGE II ~ an exhibition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RANGE II Curated by Peter Dudek July 3-18, 2012 Opening Reception Friday, July 13, 5-8pm [ARTS NIGHT OUT] Artists’ Salon Tuesday, July 10, 6pm Moderator Leslie Ferrin and Curator Peter Dudek will engage artists from the Pioneer Valley and the Berkshires in a moderated conversation. All are welcome to participate in or […]

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Photographing The Realm of The Personal: A Workshop

Calling all photographers, artists, photo enthusiasts, creatives and kindred souls in the Berkshires and beyond! I’ll be leading an intensive three Saturdays workshop at IS 183 in Stockbridge, MA starting July 28th: PHOTOGRAPHING THE REALM OF THE PERSONAL. Often, some of the most powerful and touching imagery can be found right where we live. By turning […]

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Daphne & Brad ~ McGolrick Park

These were taken exactly two years ago shortly before Daphne and Brad moved back to San Francisco. We got together towards dusk. Drank some wine on their front stoop overlooking McGolrick Park. Laughed. Caught the day’s fading light. Miss you guys! Much love, Monika FacebookTwitter

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