Everyday Objects in the Democratic Forest

Everyday Objects in the Democratic Forest

Photographer Willliam Eggleston is known for legitimizing colour photography as art. His photos are a visual treat without clichés—no sunsets, no lighthouses. Instead, he has ordinary scenes and everyday objects—things that we mostly pass by without notice. As Eudora Welty says … Continue reading

Dundas West and Runnymede, Toronto, 1984

Dundas West and Runnymede, Toronto, 1984

from the book: Toronto Flashback (1980-1986)

Queen and Portland, Toronto, 1983

Queen and Portland, Toronto, 1983

No Money Down, Toronto, 1982

No Money Down, Toronto, 1982

from the series: More Toronto Flashback (1980-1986) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1172957279451837.1073741833.143579582389617&type=1&l=10c16caa9d

Gerrard and Carlaw, Toronto, 1982

Gerrard and Carlaw, Toronto, 1982

This photo can be seen in my new book “Toronto Flashback” (1980-1986) http://www.blurb.com/b/7276218-toronto-flashback-1980-1986 https://www.amazon.com/dp/136737300X/

Ryley, Alberta, 1979

Ryley, Alberta, 1979

from the series “Wish You Were Here” https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.981064928641074.1073741828.143579582389617&type=1&l=51022e59d3

St. Joseph and St. Nicholas, Toronto, 1984

St. Joseph and St. Nicholas, Toronto, 1984

From the series: Toronto Flashback – the 80s https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1048245485256351.1073741829.143579582389617&type=3