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Retouching Memories

Nostalgia is not a sensation that I enjoy as it’s a longing for something that can never be had again. Therefore, if some memory from the past creeps into my thoughts, I immediately redirect my attention elsewhere. But today there … Continue reading

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If there ever was an example of a woman who lost her self to a man, it’s that of Dora Maar. She was an established and respected photographer when she met Picasso. But Picasso, unable to compete with her ability … Continue reading

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Eudora Welty (1909-2001)

Even though the fan was going full blast, I was suffocating.  It was a night in June of 1963 and I was in Jackson visiting my friend Eudora.  There’d been much tension in town due to the demonstrations. Nerves were … Continue reading

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L’oeil de Fluffy

Padre Pio visits Adam and Eve Even though it’s not the name on her birth certificate, I often call her Fluffy. Because she is soft and light and ever so cuddly. Fluffy is a magical photographer making even the mundane … Continue reading

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Photographer Graciela Iturbide: Capturing the Spirit

Originally posted on Broad Strokes: The National Museum of Women in the Arts' Blog:
Mexican artist Graciela Iturbide is considered on of the most important and influential Latin American photographers of the past four decades. Her oeuvre is rich in…

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