My Blog today is from The Bygone Light Tour: A Tribute to early photography

Day #2 of the WordCrafter “Seizing the Bygone Light” Book Blog Tour brings an interview with authors Cendrine Marrouat, David Ellis, and Hadiya Ali by Barbara Spencer on “Pictures From the Kitchen Window”. Please join us to learn more about these three innovative artists and their wonderful collection of poetry and photography.

Pictures From The Kitchen Window

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at ‘Seizing the Bygone Light:

PoArtMo Collective started as FPoint Collective, a group of photographers. When we recently relaunched, we decided that it was time to welcome a larger diversity of artists. Our passion for photography is still there, though. And while some of us are professional digital photographers, we are all indebted to the pioneering days of the art form, a time when documenting the minutiae of everyday life was the norm. In 2020, we wondered how we could pay tribute to those old days through a multimedia project involving three artists, digital images, and poetry. The concept would be challenging, but we knew we could achieve something unique.

Meet my guests: Cendrine Marrouat is a French-born Canadian photographer, poet, and the multi-genre author of more than 30 books. In 2019, she co-founded the PoArtMo Collective with Isabel Nolasco, and Auroras & Blossoms with David Ellis…

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2 Comments on “My Blog today is from The Bygone Light Tour: A Tribute to early photography”

  1. Arthur Rosch says:

    This is a great idea. FWIW I struggle to read the text in green in the pic. I look forward to seeing the book. I am also a poet/photographer/musician/dancer/novelist and user of slashes and semi colons.

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