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Stopped by a shadow. What is across the threshold Is often the same.
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Lovely day for a walk in a new place / New day for a walk in a lovely place.
I'm an artist and a traveler. I work to empower people through art. I photograph landscapes and cityscapes, the things people make, and what they leave behind.
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People’s Climate March | Moishe Kavod House

After booking my bus seats to attend the People's Climate March, I was committed to collaborating with creative folks to make art to bring t

Empty Phonebooth: Brighton Music Hall

Mounted by the door Evermore invisible A different last call

Winter Light Song

Welcomed by glowing west facing curtains, One hundred year old windows rattle and the silk lifts. "Stay" I hear. Cradled by the give of a se

Winter Sun

Stopped by a shadow. What is across the threshold Is often the same.

Four Questions with Sarah Berry, Photographer | Jewish Boston Blogs

What happens to phone booths when everyone has phones in their pockets? Photographer Sarah Berry’s new exhibit, now up at Trident Bookseller

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Mint Lime Ricky is for Lovers

Date night with Cobi Twisty straws bring us closer View: celebrated chefs Dim Sum and homemade soda Meyers + Chang April 10, 2013

Artisans Assylum open house

Co founder Gui with one leg of robot-to-be. More at

Sometimes the ocean calls...

This afternoon I was driving south on 1A after a meeting and realized I was mere blocks from the sea. Naturally, I made an abrupt left turn

Introducing The Debrief:’s New Sex, Dating and Relation...

Just had a first date last night? On a quest to have some great sex this spring? Navigating boundaries in a long-term romance? Let’s debrief

Entries for Somerville's Copy Cat Festival

Hi. I give in. I'm a cat lady. A one-cat cat lady, granted, but just crazy enough to enter into Somerville Arts Council's COPY CAT FESTIVAL.

Fall in love, get inspired, make art... or babies? My Answer to Solbeam.

I like everything about this except... why make babies OR art? I know plenty of men and women who are awesome artists and parents. One woman

Photos documenting payphone decline to be exhibited at Brighton library

An Allston artist’s photographs documenting the decline of public payphones will be on display next month at the Faneuil Branch of the Bosto

Sarah Berry: "Telephone Relics" opens Nov. 3

Unbound Visual Arts, Inc. and the Faneuil Library in Oak Square is pleased to present the fine art photography exhibition, Sarah Berry: “Tel

Painting Over the Past

A pay phone removed From a community college corridor. Now chatter can be overheard As told through cellphones And into nearly invisible blu

For the Birds

Between Branches Harvest Five Goldfinches All images taken from my front porch, September 2012

Art & Bed. Ode to Van Gogh.

A magnet I bought in 2005 at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam bears this quote from the artist under an image of The Bedroom, 1888, Oil on C

Branching out. Over time. Birch and acrylic.

I closed my eyes, trying to envision myself: an artist. To my surprise, there was a paintbrush in my hand instead of a camera... I was stand

The Karmapa: Tibetan Buddhism's Next Great Leader?

At first look, His Holiness is intimidating. Well built, self possessed, and with a keen glance, he walks more like a middle weight boxer t

I have been going pretty much weekly for 7 months and I have seen improvement in my work. Alexandra is a great teacher and her studio/school space is a great place to spend time. I like her workshops, which are suitable for committed painters and for people who are just having fun. She's great at giving everyone individualized attention and working with you where you are, whatever your skill level. I highly recommend Art School 99 for a fun evening out or if you're serious about improving your skills as a painter.
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