Monday, March 31, 2014

A Gift Heard, Held, Hoped For


Felix Mendelssohn Bartoldy - Lieder ohne Worte (Songs without words) Op.53 No.2. Performed by Elena Kuschnerova on 19 October 2009 at the University of Tainan (Taiwan).


I framed 3 - 8 x 10 prints in small white frames. Affordable art for my exhibition. The 20 other frames and prints are larger:

Hoped For:

I am hoping people visit my exhibition:

I am hoping that I help people to see the beauty in the everyday. Ann Voscamp writes about this on her Blog, A Holy Experience, today.

She writes: "The realest extraordinary is always found in the ordinary."

The good news for me today is that I am seeing God's love working in my life and I am confident that people will be move.

People write to me:

You have shown me to see the world with a completely different set of eyes. Every single day you bring beauty, joy, depth, and new perspective into my life. I cannot thank you enough for being the beautiful, kind, loving, gentle, and soulful man you are."

“You do have a way, a gift, of capturing the quintessential essence of the subjects in your photos."

"Your amazing photographs warm my heart and fill my day with moments of beauty. Beauty that continues to stay in my heart and mind even after those moments have passed."

Thankful I am.