mfa + boston

I believe art is like exercise and diet - once you stop moving, the old habits surface and in too short of a time, all the forward progress retreats at an alarmingly fast rate. It's much easier to grasp this in terms of dance or athletics for without daily stretching, the muscles tighten and the drive to push past a known limit dissolves. It's a metaphor I see with photographing. While sometimes the spaces in between can offer rest and inspiring insights, too much time away often leaves me unable to be present for I'm more eager to find something spectacular rather than enjoying the moment. While all this surfaced during a visit into Boston to see the Class Distinctions exhibit at the MFA, this time, I was willing to stand in the undertow of with compassion and rejoice in the moments that appeared. 

 hope | mfa, 2016

hope | mfa, 2016

 the art lesson | mfa boston, 2016

the art lesson | mfa boston, 2016

 digital jukebox, conversation with imaginary friend | boston, 2016

digital jukebox, conversation with imaginary friend | boston, 2016