Category: Art

The Art of Animation

Sergio García possesses a profound, fundamental understanding of the fluidity of life and art. Hailing from Málaga on the southern coast of Spain, the ever-present seascape of the Costa del Sol has suffused García’s soul with the ebullient washing of the waves. “I’ve spent my whole life with the ocean at my doorstep. I think […]

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Tiptoe Through the Tulips With Me

Have you ever woken from a dream so beautiful, with colours, so vivid, that the residue of the dream beautifully tinted your every turn in waking life? Such are the images created by photographer and digital artist Eulalio E. PH, which, in their stunning display of nature and colour are undeniably the stuff that dreams […]

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Patel’s Portals

Niel Patel’s digital creations are out of this world. His manipulations expertly blend disparate concepts, creating dizzying arrangements that have a remarkable way of turning your imagination on end. Surrounded by the idyllic sugarcane fields and forests of Gujarat, India, Patel edits these surreal images as a form of meditation. “I love being in nature,” […]

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A Tale of Light & Water

The following interview by Jaclyn Truss of INSPADES Magazine was published in August 2017. Here, I tell my story of how I began to create art, what my creative process is like, what inspires me, and how I express my way of seeing and being through photography. Many thanks to INSPADES Magazine for this wonderful opportunity! xxx […]

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Exhibition: Light & Water Part II

Come to Light & Water Part II, a photography exhibition with images from Bolivia by Guinevere Joy in Little Current on beautiful Manitoulin Island. Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre 66 Meredith Street East, Little Current, ON – manitoulinhotel.com Saturday, August 12th – Saturday, September 16th, 2017 Opening & Closing Receptions at 1 – 4 pm […]

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Bandos: A Secret Society

All around the world there exists an uninhabited realm parallel to our own, filled with forgotten houses, factories, churches and hospitals. However neglected, these sites exist as uncommon museums of sorts. Abandoned buildings, also known as ‘bandos’, are some of the most interesting material for photographic capture. There is a special type of photographer who […]

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Where The Wild Iris Grows

iris |ˈīris| noun 1 a flat, colored, ring-shaped membrane behind the cornea of the eye, with an adjustable circular opening (pupil) in the centre. • (also iris diaphragm) an adjustable diaphragm of thin overlapping plates for regulating the size of a central hole, esp. for the admission of light to a lens.  2 a plant […]

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Gold to Dusk

This was created at the same time of year a few years ago: a time lapse video of my favourite swimming spot on Manitoulin Island.

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Made with Love

My grandma baked bread; and was known for how beautifully she baked. She also made butter tarts, marmalade laced with vodka, and pies. And let’s not forget those exquisite little French tarts, with sweet cream custard; crowned with raspberries from the garden. If asked about her baking, my granddad, filled with loving pride, likes to […]

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As Dear As Salt

It seems that I have become a bit of a salt aficionado, and when I travel, I return with samples of salt from different regions; a souvenir to savour. (If you know me well, you’ll know that I salt almost everything. My nutritionist friend Meredith would call me a “salter.”) I bought Flor de Sal […]

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