The more I go, the more I seem to be moving into a direction I never ever thought. Unexpected things have happened, good and bad and I am still not sure if this is where I am to be or not. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE what I have been doing but there is fear. I fear that I will loose my connection and passion of photographing people because the opportunities have not changed and I am really starting […]
My sister, Kathy, has always been an inspiration to me. She is witty, loving, caring a great mother and sister and a creative at heart. We have both come full circle, embracing our creative interests we had at very young ages. I am so happy and proud that she has resurfaced once again creating and sharing her passion of creating art. Want to see more of her artwork? www.smallxpressions.com
I am so excited that my sister has opened her shop, “SmallXpressions” on Etsy! I am so proud of her. Art has always been in her heart and I am so happy that she has decided to pursue her love of art creation. You are awesome sis! https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/SmallXpressions?ref=l2-shopheader-name
I am so excited to announce that I was interviewed by Chloe Touma from Montreal Rampage! Interview with artist photographer Nicole Small: “Creation of images that evoke emotion” Nicole Small is a Montreal photographer. She’s been working independently on several projects involving the “creation of images that evoke emotion.” Nicole Small [read on]
Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was an American photographer, musician, writer and film director. He is best remembered for his photographic essays for Life magazine and as the director of the 1971 film, Shaft.
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