Thursday, March 1, 2012

haiku my heart


Gina's camera
catches color and culture
ethnographic art


I met Gina Santi over a year ago. She is a fabulous artist that has taken many wonderful photographs around the world. I particulatly love her pictures of doors. She is showing her work here in Phoenix at the Barrio Cafe beginning next week. I plan to go see the show. Feeding my addiction to HOT chilies,
Habanero /chipotle, Mexican food, to ART, and the value of light.

Linked to recuerda mi corazon
haiku my heart

9 comments:

  1. Great photo Gemma. If I lived closer I would join you.
    Love their 'bowler' hats!
    Love you ♥♥

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  2. Love the photo! The colors just seem to jump out at me. Enjoy all that good food and art.

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  3. Ah, Habanaros. A woman after my own heat, er, heart. I feel the need for some jerk chicken now. I'd love to see this exhibit. I will be in New Mexico, but not going to venture any further west than that on this upcoming trip. Would love to be near a larger burban area, her photography looks grand! You are lucky to have met her indeed!

    Peace

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  4. Sounds wonderful ~ say a prayer for me back here in New England ~ enjoy ^_^ ~ namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  5. The work of your friend Gina sounds wonderful. I sure love the color and emotion of the photo you shared--along with your haiku description of what was invoked in you when you saw it. Thanks.

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  6. oh gemma...everything about this has me missing you so!
    thank you for coming to san miguel with me dear one...thank you for your brave wild painting and the promise of more!

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  7. I admire people who capture the culture and art in their pictures...Nice haiku ~

    Great to meet you ~

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  8. I can't help but notice that chiles come first in your list of addictions. :)

    Shadowy Empty Room

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  9. Wonderful picture of Bolivians. Love the haiku you have written. Thank you for sharing.

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