Sneak Preview: Dreams of a Loquacious Photo Art Exhibit

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THE FOLLOWING IS AN ONLINE PREVIEW GALLERY EXHIBIT SHOWCASING A SMALL PORTION OF THE WORKS DONE BY PHOTOGRAPHER AND DIGITAL CONTENT ARTIST, DAVID DO, WHOSE WORK WILL GO ON SALE THIS SPRING 2021.

To view just the photos included in this gallery without the commentary guidance experience provided, or for those experiencing trouble when loading this page, a more traditional presentation of the work can be found here.


Chi11est Productions’ First Ever Showcase of “Photography Art”

Below, I have tried to create something that illustrates how some graphically enhanced photos might find a way of having more than just one story to tell.

One that mysteriously surrounds the photo, making one question one’s own thoughts on the matter, left wondering what each one means.

One that hopes to push past the norm and find itself worth more than just a thousand words.

One that is beyond 1k.

Whether or not I have succeeded to that regard is up to you. But what holds most true, is the value of a simple principle.

Though words could explain what story each photo has, sharing that story with words would defeat the entire purpose of the photo, as there is a communication in art, amongst one another that rarely exists in human language.

An unspoken language of mutual understanding where a different, varied, and otherwise unique interpretation of the story doesn’t result in misunderstanding, misconception, or misperception; but rather, encourages co-existence in recognition of differences.

Another way said, we can either let our differences push us apart by hanging on to the belief that someone is wrong or right, or…

…we can let our differences bring us together through a shared thirst for knowledge and instill the belief that it’s not about a person’s opinion being classified as wrong or right.

But rather, what have we left in life as misunderstood and what we we have chosen to let help us grow in wisdom.

In the end, we always have a choice.

Thank you for visiting.

The full frame, high resolution, and watermark free canvas prints will be made available in limited quantities. Some works will be limited to a single print before being retired, allowing the owner the opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind, only one in existence, piece of photo of art.

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