Painted Me In Color by Gordon Ball

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To some extent I realized that the journey toward making a work of art was as important as the work of art itself. I’ve always made my photographs autobiographical. I like the idea that my photographs are poetry; in the way a poem is not a statement but a summary of feelings that somehow cohere into a meaning, which can only be felt, rather than spoken. These photographs will tell you what I cannot say in words. I have always been attracted to the themes of romance, chaos, alienation and mainly reestablishing a sense of identity. I want to emphasize the beauty of those themes. Gordon Douglas Ball

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