The Trevi Fountain design is a result of a competition organized in 1730 by Pope Clement XII. Initially awarded to Alessandro Galilei, a Florentine. Public outcry against Galilei caused the commission to be awarded Nicola Salvi. Work began on the fountain in 1732 and was completed in 1762.
Have you ever taken a closer look at something and wondered if there was more to see? A hidden meaning, symbolism that encapsulates so much more than what’s at the surface. This is not lost when looking at the gondolas in Venice.
Warmer weather has arrived and so has show season. Artists have been hard at work creating new pieces to share and now is the time for you to see and appreciate. Consider visiting any one of the shows, you may discover a new find.
Present Past is a dynamic approach to a rephotographic survey.
The City of Toronto has gone through many changes over the years. Certain buildings have stood the test of time and are dwarfed by the towers that surround them. Others have disappeared altogether. This series includes both to show the ever-changing face of the City of Toronto.
As the summer moves forward more reasons to explore the parks and great outdoors for art arise. If you haven't made plans yet for your Canada Day long weekend set aside some time to come and explore. Artfest Kingston has so much to offer over the three day event.
When shooting a series there are times when I have a visual treatment in mind but there are sometimes when things evolve later. This series is a testament to a creative evolution that happened when looking at all the parts and seeing something I hadn't before.
When you decide to travel outside of an all-inclusive holiday destination you are exposed to a different mix of people. Everyone who is traveling from far and near as well as locals all cross paths. We are told to be mindful and aware of everyone and everything that is around us, be cautious. This does not mean to live in a bubble excluding the experiences of others.
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