Monthly Archives: January 2017


Vancouver – Journeys to the Edge – Cut-ups

Journeys to the Edge – Cut-ups The cut-up technique, called découpé in French, is a literary system in which text is cut up and rearranged to create a new piece of prose. This concept, which can be […]

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Vancouver – Journeys to the Edge Community Portraits & Exhibition

ARTIST STATEMENT       Journeys to the Edge – an exhibition of photography An understated aspect of photography is that every portrait reveals not only a fundamental view of the subject in the photograph but also a […]

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Bogota – A meeting with Dr. Martín von Hildebrand

Portrait of Dr. Martin von Hildebrand who has a PhD in Ethnology and is the  Director and Founder of Gaia Amazon Foundation.  Hildebrand  has dedicated his life since 1970 to the defense and promotion of […]

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Stirling – History, Woven

Scotland’s Stirling Castle History, woven Published in Montecristo Magazine Stirling Castle in Scotland is built upon a large volcanic rock above the River Forth, considered the natural meeting point between the Lowlands and Highlands of the […]

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Vancouver – Women’s March on Washington

Vancouver Marches in Solidarity with Anti-Trump Protestors in Washington An estimated 15,000 people marched Jan. 21, 2017 in Vancouver in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington, held to protest the Jan. 20 inauguration of […]

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