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In Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, close up, Colour photography, Conceptual photography, Documentary, FujiX100V, Lifestyle, Photography, Words of music on 2022/02/06 at 04:00

According to Buddha

In most of our human relationships, we spend much of our time reassuring one another that our costumes of identity are on straight.

enlarging your world
mad world

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a exhibition walk a month ago at the Contemporary Calgary ~ Perspectives From Within ~ Calgaryotôskwanihk (ᐅᑑᐢᑿᓂᕽ) ~ January 2022

  1. love this quote 🌞🌞

  2. Curious photos
    have a lovely day Hedy

  3. Weird exhibit … great captures. Love that quote Hedy 🤍🕊☃️

    • it was definitely an uncanny art show Val…it was entitled ‘Insight to Mood Disorders and Bipolar’…I learned a lot…it was a ‘heavy’ exhibit for sure ~ sending you Sunday joy for a peaceful day ~ hugs hedy 🤗☺️🕊

  4. Strange.

    • yes it was ‘different/strange/weird’ art but it screams for attention and makes me/you think🧐sure made me look again and ponder🤓the exhibition was beautifully hung and the works were done with exquisite detail and care…it was a tad haunting to me Timothy ~ have a snappy day hugs hedy ☺️🤗🕊

    • Thank you kindly Stevie…always tricky to photograph other peoples art…for me anyways but I’m also trying to learn more ‘low light’…it was a very cool exhibition…heartfelt to me🤓☺️🤍🕊 have a joyful day ~ hedy

  5. Wonderfully moody images, Hedy. Have a great week.

    • moody is a good word for this exhibition Chris🤓 it was about the research spanning psychiatry and art so I learned more about how mental health is impacted by mood disorders…I found it both touching and disturbing…have a great week too, enjoy your pup🐶❣️hugs hedy

  6. You’ve opened the doors of perception!

    • Some pain and trauma humans live and endure is unbelievable to me Neil…also what humans do to each other boggles my mind…it was a heartfelt exhibition…and we need more art❣️sending you joy for a happy day ~ hugs hedy 🤗🕊

  7. Very different. What surprises me is being able to photograph the exhibition. Most galleries, most fine art places, won’t allow it unless you are the exhibitor.

    • I don’t typically photograph existing art…but this exhibition had so many unique works…and here as long as you’re not using a flash or bothering patrons it’s ok…☺️🤓sending you Sunday joy David ~ hugs hedy🤗🕊

  8. All the world’s a stage Hedy. 🎭🎥🙌

  9. Interesting and disturbing.

    • I didn’t include what I thought were more disturbing images here Alex…reading the narratives from the artists was educative and heartbreaking…it was an important exhibition and I learned more seeing what the artists created from those experiences…the arts can be healing…sending you joy hedy 💞🌷🕊hugs hedy🤗

  10. Creative modern art, for sure, Hedy. 🙂

    • It was a long while since I’ve been at an art exhibition and this contemporary gallery is really fantastic…i appreciate modern contemporary art…sending writing vibes…have a creative week Miriam ~ hugs hedy ☺️🤗🌷✨

      • We have some contemporary art on the streets. Probably the artists we’re commissioned to do them. I would like to go around to take photos but it’s hard to find parking near them. Have a wonderful week, Hedy. 😍😊💐

  11. These are fabulous totally intriguing photos. And I *love* the Buddha quote. So true.
    Alison 🙏🤗💕

  12. Your impressions from the exhibit say much more than straight, documentary photos would. Very nice, Hedy!

    • Always strange to photograph existing art but as I’ve said this exhibition felt tender and raw and very authentic which is refreshing these days…and I learned more about the artists narratives which I always enjoy…it’s a wonderful gallery ~ thanks so much for your comments Lynn always appreciated ~ hugs hedy 🤗🤍🕊

  13. wondrous words to go with your pictures Hedy! 💖🌈

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