All posts by Sharon

Lock and Key

A recent still life series. Locks and keys have always been a favorite. I found this set a local flea market.  The unique shapes caught my eye. The rusty old look closed the deal.  I like to give the items in my still life photos life. I make up stories about them. The two smaller ones are a definite pair. They go together so perfectly. It must have been destiny. They are soulmates. The larger lock just sort of lives alone in a world all its own. I don’t think it’s lonely though. He just likes to do his thing and watch the world around him.

 

©Sharon Popek 2016
Two Locks One Key
©Sharon Popek 2016
Support
©Sharon Popek 2016
One Open One Closed
©Sharon Popek 2016
Single and Open
©Sharon Popek 2016
Locked and Lonely
© Sharon Popek 2016
Triple Locked

 

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Hemingway Slept Here

Some more map art. This time it includes photos of Finca Vigía, Hemingway’s home in San Francisco de Paula, Cuba and quotes from some of the books he wrote there. Finca Vigía means Lookout Farm and it does have a beautiful view.

“The world is a fine place, and worth fighting for” – For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway.
“You never understand anyone that loves you” – Islands in the Stream, Ernest Hemingway.

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Cuban Map Art

After working several of my photos from Cuba, I decided to try something different. I wanted to emphasize the idea of travel and adventure that drives me. I have always loved the beauty of maps and so decided to integrate my love of photography and my love of maps.

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Cuba or Bust

I recently traveled to the beautiful island of Cuba. The visit was amazing, the people were wonderful, and the rum a little too drinkable. Here are some pics from the trip. Cuba was indeed a photographer’s dream. From the newly painted colorful buildings of Trinidad, to the old world architecture of Havana, it had a little bit of everything. The architecture of Cuba is a mix of Spanish and English Colonialism, as there were held by both for many years. Currently, Cuba is a country in flux. They are rebuilding and renovating. Most of the Cubans we met were very optimistic about their future. I had a wonderful time and look forward to returning some day.

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Farm Country Americana

My Farm Country photos are available now at Southern Market Shops in Knoxville, TN. Stop by and see all the beautiful things. And of course buy some art!