PhotoLA @ REEF

by Adilettante January 13, 2017

The 26th edition of PhotoLA was eye opening. It was not the photography per se which made such an enchanting pass at originality and human creativity, though to be sure it was there in spades; it was the utter awakening, more epiphany, of being able to perceive what photography’s role is in human artistry. Perhaps because of being inundated with such wizardry of capturing reality, however, pure....

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Ocean Exhibit @ Beyond The Lines Gallery

by Adilettante January 7, 2017

There is some form of the sacred captured uniquely in an oceanic scenery. At the edge of the landed world, where there is nothing but a blue horizon yonder, where blue heaven and blue sky become uniform, one can have a mystical experience were it such a privileged resort. For those coastal residents who were weaned on such majesty, it is very easy to take for granted a natural wonder which,....

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Safety Not Guaranteed

by Adilettante December 27, 2016

Hindsight is 20/20. Perhaps this is why so many set their eyes upon the past, as a way to move forward. Because of its clarity, it provides some sort of certainty in living life. This is especially keen when the past feels much better than the present life.   This is the mutually shared feeling between the three lead characters in Safety Not Guaranteed. From the onset, the female....

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A Millionaire on Mars

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On the Struggling Artist: An Essay

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On the Christian Business Ethic: An Essay

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On the Necessity of Color in the Fine Arts: An essay

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