BUMBO

BUMBO

Pestilence and death accompanied the emigrants from across the seas. The 114 colonists who established Savannah on February 12, 1733, were transported to America aboard the Good Ship Anne. Captain John Thomas, who was in command, had the responsibility of getting...
MORE PHOTOGRAPHY . . .

MORE PHOTOGRAPHY . . .

Same Gallery . . .Gallery 270 in Englewood, NJ, as my last Why Photography blog a couple of weeks ago. What makes photography so wonderful is, we get to experience the manipulation of an image through the artist’s eye using a camera, rather than a paintbrush, or...
SPIDERS, GHOSTS and BOTANICALS

SPIDERS, GHOSTS and BOTANICALS

Spiders, ghosts and botanicals. You might find any of those at our old, built in 1867, sixty-two room  Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum anytime.  I have found some, especially botanicals, and right now I want to tell you about the current art show, in the Billiards...
WHY PHOTOGRAPHY?

WHY PHOTOGRAPHY?

Last week my visit to Gallery270 in Englewood, NJ proved to be magical, once again. Tom Gramegna, owner of the gallery sure knows how to pick the images to interest us viewers. Today’s blog though is not about that show, you’ll have to wait until another...
ART IN PHOTOGRAPHY

ART IN PHOTOGRAPHY

Creativity! Isn’t that what art is? Art comes in millions of variables. Art is everywhere, in nature, in architecture, in human creativity–in a leaf. Last week, I visited a renowned photography gallery, Gallery270, Englewood, NJ, to view some prints by Imogen...

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