Quanto siamo davvero consapevoli di quello che diciamo ai nostri ragazzi?
Diamo la colpa a questa generazione un po' trasandata, allo sbaraglio eppure forse ne siamo noi stessi la causa.
Alcuni genitori, a mio avviso, sanno ben poco dei propri figli, sanno poco delle cose che amano, delle cose che seguono, dei loro interessi e le loro paure. "Così pubblici eppure così irraggiungibili"
Con gli occhi puntati su uno schermo a pranzo, quando si sta insieme e il genitore è spesso lí muto,immobile, rifilando la scusa della nuova generazione.
Questi ragazzi hanno bisogno di parlare, di esprimersi, di qualcuno che ascolti e non sia pronto sempre lì a giudicarli.
Impariamo ad ascoltare e ad osservare.
Client Brag Post! I am so PROUD of client @this_thorn and @alyssacadkins for bravely owning her story. She paired a small voice telling her to share her experience with earnings from her small business to create a platform through which she shares the realities of what it is like to be an addict living in recovery.
Her story has been picked up by @sobermomtribe, where she now guest blogs, reaching thousands of women in need of encouragement and support and a voice of "I've been there, too."
Our work together started with Parisi Images' exclusive "Learning to See" image workshop, whereby we did a deep dive on meaningful ways we could share her story visually. As part of that workshop, I include training on how to use imagery effectively -- tips and tricks I've learned after 12 years of working with imagery for brands, big and small. Seeing Alyssa's ON POINT image choice and crop (that horizontal banner image doesn't JUST happen, folks 😉) made me beam with pride! I've never been a teacher in the classroom, but seeing a student take what they learn and apply it in real-life: man, that's a *high* I could chase after!
Double tap to give Alyssa a high-five for her bravery and work!
Website by: @sunnysceneshd
Across my right shoulder tucked behind my left arm resting on my lower back he sat at all times. When I drifted away from graffiti this tool would take its place. Along with it, #GearAcquisitionSyndrome . I spent so much time reading about the latest cameras and their capabilities, drooling over the next to be released that I suffered #AdrenalFatigue from my online addiction. Upon seeing how bad I was feeling from chasing a new high, it prompted me to begin studying art. I got addicted to reading about photography from an art and technical perspective. When the illusion that #JehovahsWitnesses and life in #CorporateAmerica failed. My family and I were living in my our MustangGT. The sitting in the drivers seat the accelerator pedal that at one time made me feel as if I were controlling an angry Gorilla now felt like I was guiding a powerful yet injured football player. The heads needed work, but like all good horses the #Rustang took us back and forth across the country while we figured out what to do. Money and food ran out. I made the choice to sell my camera equipment to eat. Left with only a phone I saw that I never needed an expensive camera tp take amazing photographs. #PhotographerStory#ArtTale#narrativewriting#creativewriting#hobbywriter#dslr#materialism#growingpains#blessings#itsnotthecamera#learningtosee#chasingLight#nikon#d600
BAKER SCHORR FINE ART is now open!!! Come see our beautiful collection of 19th century, 20th century and contemporary works, including JACK ROTH, American, 1927-2004. Roth exhibited in one of the first major exhibitions of Abstract Expressionism alongside Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock, considered himself a Color Field painter, though he also actively pursued interests in chemistry, mathematics, and poetry. During his time at California School of Fine Arts, Roth studied with Mark Rothko, Clyfford Still, and Richard Diebenkorn. His paintings are recognizable for thin contour lines and soft forms, in addition to an expressive use of color. In the late 70s Roth was represented by Knoedler & Co, New York, one of the most renowned galleries at the time. His works are also in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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Pictured by Jack Roth are Spring – 1, Acrylic on canvas, 1981, 66 x 66 inches, and New Synthesis #38 , Acrylic on canvas, 1981, 48 x 30 inches.
A day off in the Big Apple! Dropped off some
@okanaganspirits BRBN at @harpercollinsus. Got a sneak peak at some upcoming @williammorrowbooks releases, including my own! #igbooks#bookstagram#amwriting (just not this weekend)