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  1. Chris Wright says: Reply

    Chris, perfect timing! Just got home from work and there was your newsletter. I really enjoyed looking at the photos and reading your detailed thoughts on the creative process. I must say that some of those iceberg shots (abstract) were just incredible, but all of them made me study and reflect on them. Makes me very inspired.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks for studying and reflecting upon the images Chris. I feel that’s the reason why your images are so expressive.

  2. Karen Wrinkle says: Reply

    Stunning beauty. Witnessing the “art” of creation I found myself breathless!!!!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Karen…breathtaking it was!

  3. valerie Hensley says: Reply

    I sometimes wonder why we take representational photos at all! I love photos about subjects not of subjects. It is deeper for me to look into our world not at our world. thanks for more wonderful images.
    Valérie

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thank you Valerie. I’m excited to hear you appreciate these expressive perspectives. Your words are inspiring. Chris

  4. Hi Chris, Jane and I saw that and a few other Lawren Harris paintings at the Art Gallery of Ontario just three days ago. It’s very inspiring art for photographers who like to make non-literal images!

  5. chris says: Reply

    How cool is that! Rita and I were there last fall and saw a similar exhibit. So much to learn!

    1. Jane o’malley says: Reply

      Hi Chris
      I was particularly taken by the series of the Arbutus Tree. You mentioned.’fairies’, – yes, I could see them!,along with the ‘spirit creatures’
      Barkerville , ‘to yourselves’ has a special magic.
      The patterns from the icebergs are very beautiful indeed.
      Janie x

      1. chris says: Reply

        Thanks Jane. It’s always interesting to hear your perspective…much appreciated!

  6. Claire and I were glad to have been a part of this when the group came to Amazing Space in Wells, as well as being able to see the group slide presentation at the end. Fine work by all!

  7. stan navratil says: Reply

    Chris,
    Following your work for years, the abstracts of iceberg (1,3,5) are to me the prime of your art , astonishing, breathtaking and at the same time calming, offering pure, fine beauty

    1. chris says: Reply

      Great to hear from you Stan. I’m hoping all is well with you. Thank you for your kind words; much appreciated. Chris

  8. chris says: Reply

    Thanks Bill and Claire. It’s always an honour to be involved with your art.

  9. Joan Loeken says: Reply

    Chris: you outdo yourself every month! These images are pure beauty to me.

  10. chris says: Reply

    Thanks Joan. Always great to hear from you!

  11. PIERRE CHABOT says: Reply

    Chris
    During my early years at MCC,your father,s photography inspired me very much. Now,it is your turn to do so,
    So glad ,I “discovered” your great work which is now my inspiration !

    1. chris says: Reply

      Hello Pierre. Thank you kindly. My dad is still an inspiration to me! Circles of inspiration! Isn’t it wonderful. I will be photographing in Montreal next month and I hope to attend a MCC meeting. If you are still a member, I will look forward to seeing you there. Chris

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