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Fascinating Transformation: Visual Artist Billy Martin

Fascinating Transformation: Visual Artist Billy Martin

It’s been more than two decades that artist Billy Martin released his first novel Lost Souls starring Steve and Ghost, the indomitable partners in adventure. I understand why the book achieved cult status. Martin is known for looking at these ‘little things’ that make life important: the character reading old love letters, the music playing on […]

By February 13, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
I Believe

I Believe

Originally appeared on “the secret keeper” 11th January 2014 Javier Navaretti – Open Water [Cracks – Soundtrack] I believe. I believe in you. I believe in art. I believe in love. I believe in imagination. I don’t so much believe in reality. I am more into fantasy. What one imagines Becomes real. Yet, Isn’t imagination […]

Dreams vs. Reality.

Dreams vs. Reality.

Why is it so difficult to start believing that your dreams can come true? Ever since I was little, I had dreams. Besides the regular daydreaming about superpowers and magical worlds, I had dreams about my own restaurant, baking shop or that of being an artist or writer. I recall having a conversation with a […]

By December 8, 2013 6 Comments Read More →
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: ART ROCKS ATHENS #ARA2014

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: ART ROCKS ATHENS #ARA2014

ATHENS FOUNDATION PREPARES ART EVENTS FOR SPRING 2014 WITH MAJOR SOCIAL MEDIA PUSH AND WEBSITE LAUNCH Three Major Exhibitions Announced for May 2014 ATHENS, GA (November 25, 2013) – Art Rocks Athens Foundation, a non-profit organization in Athens, Georgia, announces their mission to bring significant exhibitions and performances profiling the art scene of Athens from […]

A LITTLE POTATO AND HARD TO PEEL by Hunter S. Jones

A LITTLE POTATO AND HARD TO PEEL by Hunter S. Jones

A LITTLE POTATO AND HARD TO PEEL is the journey to find the awareness to not be defined by limitations. A Little Potato and Hard to Peel Written and Performed by DAVID HARRELL Directed by KIRK WHITE FOUR PERFORMANCES ONLY NOVEMBER 9, 2013 THE CHERRY LANE THEATRE  – TICKETS ON SALE AT AFOFEST.ORG ALL FOR ONE […]

Location! Location! Location! or Does It Really Matter Where You Plant Your Ass?

Location! Location! Location! or Does It Really Matter Where You Plant Your Ass?

A recent article in one of The Economist’s blog Prospero concerning the “literary Renaissance” in Brooklyn (something that has actually been going on for nearly two decades now) got me thinking about the idea of location and creativity. Does it really matter? Can a person only create anything if they’re surrounded by other artists, living […]

By September 8, 2013 12 Comments Read More →
Garrett Hacking In Focus: People often tell me I “photograph emotion”

Garrett Hacking In Focus: People often tell me I “photograph emotion”

  It might surprise you, readers of this article if I tell you that Celtic rock was responsible in my discovery of photographer Garrett Hacking.  Yes he is part Irish and he was surrounded by the culture while growing up. His works are emotional and dynamic. Action is the word that comes to mind when […]

Kyle Kruchok Photography:Defined, driven, and deliberate photography

Kyle Kruchok Photography:Defined, driven, and deliberate photography

  Colors that run deep and subtle over scenes of leisure and beauty. These are the qualities in the photographs of Oregon native Kyle Kruchok. Kyle Kruchok runs a local business in Dayton Oregon. It is called Kyle Kruchok Photography. He opened this in 2010. He is also the wine industry by trade and considers […]

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