An Appraisal: Aretha Franklin Had Power. Did We Truly Respect It?
1 month ago - By NY Times
The Queen of Soul sang the most empowering popular song ever. But even though she was brimming with it, we don't think of her as an artist with swagger.
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Queen of Soul: 1942-2018
1 month ago - By Shorpy
Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “Queen of Soul” and one of America's greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit. She was 76.
- New York Times
"Aretha Franklin, Jazz & Blues portfolio, 1968." Dye transfer print by Lee Friedlander. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division. View full size.
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Facial Expressions workshop with Orly Avineri
This weekend I got to attend a 3-day workshop given by Orly Avineri. The title, Facial Expressions intrigued me because I had taken one from her a few years ago where we made a...
Hands On: The Sony 24mm f/1.4 GM is a Great Ultra-Portable Prime Lens
I had the pleasure of trying out the brand new Sony 24mm f/1.4 G-Master lens before it was announced today. I spent the last few days in Sicily with Sony Europe and we had some...
Mixed Media Abstract Painting “COLOR STUDY RED
A couple years ago I did a Color Study on 9x14 paper. It has been one of the most liked images on my website and Pinterest pages. I decided to have a 12x36 inch print made of...