A feast of colors is what the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is.
The Sundays of August are for free, and a lot of children add to the colors and vibrance of the garden.
Today, let´s do something different: send the colors away of the photographs, and bring out with desaturation the key shapes, lines, and a sense of mystery, something more symbolic and evocative.
Many people still love black & white photographs. Do you?
Those were four(or five) days of pure delight for art lovers.
The world of art came to Miami. And for the first time the Bakehouse had a very active participation. The doors were open to the public from 10am-6pm, and free breakfast was served everyday from 10-1pm.
Below, the two pictures that I showed in the main gallery, for the exhibition “Sensory Overload”, curated by Lauren Wagner, our Associated Director of Exhibitions.
This is one of the beautiful baobabs in the Young Circle Park, Hollywood, Florida. It reminds us of an elephant´s eye and trunk.
Frequently I find those kinds of resemblances in the botanical nature, like this one in the forest at the Deering Estate at Cutler:
"Little Bear Head and Unicorn.
The second picture at the exhibition was a Beethoven bust with an IPod. At a certain time in his life Beethoven could not hear, but could produce the most wonderful music, like “Choral Fantasy”, the title of this photograph:
If you want to see those pictures framed in larger prints, come and visit my studio(# 24) at the Bakehouse Art Complex.