Evie Woltil Richner, Burial
“…Each of these pieces is a burial, but also a memorial. Working from photographs of deceased relatives, I am physically burying them in a shroud of drawn feathers. Through burial, we acknowledge loss. The person is removed from our lives… When finished, the pieces become a signifier, like a gravestone, of a person who once was, and just as gravestones serve to connect us with a loved one after they’ve passed, these pieces are a physical connection I have to her. The feathers specifically reference the cross-cultural symbolism of the bird as a connection between heaven and earth.”
Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison are a creative couple who have been in the art world for nearly a decade creating unique images by combining photography, collage, painting, sculpture, and performance elements.
Karolina Daria, may girls, the greenest moss, simple life’s pleasures…
Joanna Galuszka, Identity
Mariah at dusk, Dec. 2012
F. Holland Day, The Vision (Orpheus Scene), 1907
Ruth St. Denis by Nickolas Muray, 1923
self portraits, november 2012
Frances Benjamin Johnston, Wood Nymph, circa-1900-1915.