Imagine celebrates the fortieth anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Bed-in, staged in suite 1742 of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, from May 26 to June 2, 1969. It follows the wide-ranging artistic and musical dialogue conducted by the Beatles icon and the conceptual artist tied to the Fluxus group. The exhibition – where music plays an important part – also encourages public participation with interactive installations.
From Montreal a work of art grew from the cities glorious graffiti, from galleries and museums, the cities mistress is art. Each edifice is another opportunity to expound. Unlike her sister, Paris is over the top, beyond judgement. Montreal is a city modern and Victorian with a French influence. Montreal is animated yet steady, ornate yet restrained. Montreal is passionately free not a product of revolution but a recipient of change.
Montreal is a series of photographs inspired by a trip to this grand city. This photographic essay is departure from my earlier works. Most of the images are solely Photographic with no other digital manipulation other than what is common by setting color and contrast and cropping. If you see a image you like I will be selling signed very limited edition prints at $350.00 per 11”x17” print. Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) stating what image you would like and we’ll arrange what ever financial transaction is easiest for you and getting the print to you on next day delivery. Each print will be printed with the highest quality inks on the highest quality photo printing papers, insuring these images will last life times.
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