Spanish moss is a beautiful thing.
Dangling, growing, slowly expanding and taking over with its silver hair swaying in the wind.
Seed pods ripening, bursting, floating off into to distant places.
‘glass is the one of the last raw materials to be fully explored’ is the message from Chihuly, in his lifetime of working with glass for sculpture and art.
His glass works explore light, colour, life, and suspend dreams in a thousand reflections.
On a recent visit to the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum), I chose to capture Chihuly’s colour bursts and dream like take on life in his art.
August marks our annual journey to Montreal. Each summer brings us a new experience of art in life. Each August, we are invited to discover colour, light, installations of creative thought in this wonderful city.
Touring The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC), art became life, intertwined in our thoughts, sounds, movement and space.
AGO in Toronto has a long standing display of Henry Moore sculptures.
This entry is homage to textures, shades, contrasts, rough edges and soft endings.
In 2016, AGO added the famous Claes Oldenburg burger – thus a token burger texture image had to be a part of this photostory.
Ghost like contrasting sculptured shadows, amidst the spinal archway of the AGO.
A world all of its own – AGO.