Wistful Moments: Rebecca Bathory’s Presence of Absence

During our lifetime, places that are special to us either change or become abandoned, decay and disappear. Visiting places that we used to inhabit is disorienting, as feelings of absence and loss mix with poignant memories, both happy and sad. Photographer Rebecca Bathory, née Litchfield, seeks out neglected places, capturing a sense of this disorientation … Continue reading Wistful Moments: Rebecca Bathory’s Presence of Absence

Building Faerie Houses, Part Two: Faerie House Listing Gallery

Synkroniciti and FAE Realty present recently listed faerie houses, all built at our last synkroniciti gathering, In the Garden. I hope you enjoy looking at them even a quarter as much as we enjoyed making them. My thanks to Kelly, Susan, Louis, André and Shanáy for their originality, creativity and friendship. I've enjoyed my stint … Continue reading Building Faerie Houses, Part Two: Faerie House Listing Gallery

Underwater Visions: Water and the Human Form

Underwater landscapes provide interesting places to explore dreamlike images and archetypes. What range of imagery and emotion are artists creating? I would like to introduce you to three stunning artists making underwater photographs in the world today. If you see an artist that moves you, please take the time to click on their name and view their … Continue reading Underwater Visions: Water and the Human Form

Bruce Mozert: Pioneer of Underwater American Glamour

Most people follow prescribed paths, trusting that life will be fulfilling. Sometimes an enterprising spirit and persistence have more success. Born Robert Bruce Moser in Newark, Ohio in 1916, Bruce Mozert's first job out of high school was that of a truck driver carrying coal to the northeast. Declaring himself "too sensitive" for that line of work, he soon moved to New … Continue reading Bruce Mozert: Pioneer of Underwater American Glamour