|Photograph by Pamela Hansen, one of my M.A. R. S students.|
|Photograph by M.A.R.S. student Dennis Symons.|
"A way of remembering our childhood. After second grade, we stop brining home pictures to put on the refrigerator to show our parents. Why not do this as we get older, too? Photography is a way to bring back what the world has killed - the artist in all of us."
You could hear a pin drop in my classroom after that answer.
|Photograph by Donna McCann.|
Below are some of the other new comments. If you have a comment, please share it in the Comments section here on my blog.
- An escape.
- A way of seeing more deeply.
- My social life.
- A way I write my history.
- Love and happiness.
- A happy accident.
- I have no choice. Freedom.
- Owning art.
- Back to my roots.
- Because of it I'm living today.
- Staying fresh.
- Art heals.
- I have to see with new eyes every day or else I'm nothing.
- I see better when I make art.
Thanks to all the students in my class. And thanks for the thoughtful words in your "thank you" card and for my new Indian Jones-style hat (not shown). I needed a new hat!
|Photograph by Lee Waxman, another new friend from M.A.R. S.|
My next open workshop is in Croton-on-Hudson, New York.
Explore the light,
P.S. Speaking of childhood memories, click here if you need some :-)