Haiku From An Art Gallery

During a tour through an art gallery I was struct by the subjectiveness of art. Every artist, be they musician, writer, visual, or other, incorporates meaning and voice into their work, but how it is consumed and interpreted varies so much that I decided to document the voice I heard from each painting in my own way. This was the inspiration behind Haiku's From An Art Gallery.
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About Mae Rennox

Mae is an avid (if amateur) yogi who is unapologetically coffee addicted and loves homemade tomato soup that she grows, harvests, and prepares herself. On a farm in rural Canada, from childhood, her love of reading and storytelling was inspired and fostered by a doting Grandfather. Impending bad weather renders her comparable to the solitary badger and she is utterly incapable of giving up her passion for writing in favour of a ‘real’ job.

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