A Photographer's Coda

The Arts

The Beginning

This image has been in my head and heart since I made it.

Dancer Sara Roe
11 December 2010 – Cary Ballet Conservatory

When You Know

This image has been in my head since I made it.

Which was right after Gavriel Lipkind cautioned me to be careful near his cello.

He was right. My home equity line would have been woefully inadequate to pay for it’s replacement.

If you are born an artist, you are born an artist. Not so easy. But undeniable. And it nourishes, beyond food.

Nora Romanoff- Schwarzberg and Student

Side By Side, Cross Currents Chamber Music Festival

Cary Arts Center, North Carolina 7 August 2012

Photographer Pandemic Therapy #3

Sunday got busy so I watched 60 Minutes tonight. And heard a voice from long ago and one I thought impossible.

Today, I stood in the parking lot of a dance school discussing their outdoor recital and praised their endurance.

Two weeks ago, I photographed dancers in theater without audience – in masks.

And un-friended a sister-in-law who sniped about that.

A young woman who I greatly admire described her moment when she knew she was an artist

I was sixty before I had the courage

Art matters

Anthony Roth Costanzo of NC Opera with Brussels Chamber Orchestra

Cary Arts Center 10 August 2012