Mobile Photography / Art New Year Resolutions 2020 From Artists Throughout The World

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We are delighted to publish our New Year Resolutions for 2020 from a selection of highly talented mobile photographers and artists throughout the world. As in previous years we have asked mobile photographers and artists for their New Year Resolutions with an accompanying image or video . Thank you to everyone who has contributed, they all make great reading, viewing and are inspiring, we are forever grateful to you all.

For TheAppWhisperer, 2020 is going to be a very exhilarating year and new decade. We intend to continue but to an even greater extent promote mobile photography and art, this includes all the current mobile photographers and talented artists already known within our community as well as discovering new talent and bringing them into the fold. During the Christmas break we have been working on brand new content which will be coming through within the next few weeks. We also intend to increase the number of artists within our online gallery and broaden the range of content that we offer to collectors throughout the world. 2020 is the start to a breathtaking decade and we can’t wait to see what you all create and share with us.

Many thanks to the following artists for their contributions: Susan Rennie, Armineh Hovanesian, Heather McAlister, Catherine Caddigan, Giulia Baita, Jane Schultz, Clarisse Debout, Allyson Marie, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Oola Cristina, Cecily Caceu, Susan Detroy, Cathrine Halsor, Meri Walker, Rob Pearson-Wright, Becky Menzies, Clint Cline, Ricardas Jarmalavicius, Michel Pretterklieber, Lindy Ginn, Carol Wiebe, Fleur Schim, Gianluca Ricoveri, Paul Suciu, Carlos Austin, Jill Lian, Frederic Deschenes, Sylvie Prevot, Lynette Sheppard, Anca Balaj, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago, Juta Jazz, Lanie Heller, Fatma Korkut, Gina Costa, Kerry Mitchell, Tomaso Belloni, Fiona Christian, Maurizio Zanetti, Deobrah McMillion, Peter Wilkin, Susan Latty, Judy Wahlberg, Marco Prado, Andrea Bigiarini, Sarah Bichachi, Filiz Ak, Phyllis Sherowitz Shenny, Shirley Drevich, Jean Hutter, Rino Rossi, Karen Axelrad, Rebecca Bruyn, Carlos Silva, Mehmet Omur, Lee Atwell, Mehmet Duyulmuş, Christina Chin.

(Editors note: If you have not contributed to this post and you would like to, please send me your New Year Resolution along with one image and I will gladly open up this post and include you – email joannetheappwhisperer@protonmail).

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 8 December 2019

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The life of an artist encompasses many avenues, one perhaps that I am frequently reminded of is the need for solitude, to create. French philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre said ‘hell is other people‘. Sometimes I agree, sometimes I disagree with this sentiment, like many, it depends on the company. Orson Welles said ‘we’re born alone, we live alone, we die alone’,  I disagree, I was fully present when my three children were born, I’ve never lived alone and nor would wish to and I’d be surprised if I die alone. I have experienced a death of a loved one, who died alone but many of the deaths I have experienced, have had company. There’s a difference between the feeling of solitude and the feeling of loneliness. The former is a luxury, one where we enjoy our own company, where we can create with all abandon. Loneliness can be an exhaustion. Professor John Cacioppo has been studying the effects and causes of loneliness for 21 years. He is the director of the University of Chicago’s Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience. His book Loneliness: Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection examines the pathology and public health implications of the subject. In this very interesting book in answer to the following question he raised, “How many confidants do you have?”, he discovered “25% of Americans said they had no one at all”. This is a sad figure, but is one confidant enough to change brain chemistry if it is a quality connection? Professor Cacioppo explains Enough is always a hard term, but certainly one is hugely better than zero. Two is probably better than one. The true answer to this question is that it depends on context. If, to take an extreme example, you are in a state of war, then one probably isn’t enough – you need a small army of people around you”. In the UK, in 2018, the first Minister of Loneliness, Tracey Crouch was appointed, we have an epidemic due not less to the breakdown of communities and connections.  Cacioppo also disclosed that loneliness is contagious and leads to early death. It’s so important to de-stigmatise loneliness and we would love to see a mobile photography project devoted to it. At this time of year, with the holidays upon us, many people feel lonelier than ever. If you would like to create a project of loneliness, we will feature them, join us to help prevent social isolation. Please send a series of 12-15 images to this email address – joannetheappwhisperer@protonmail.com and please include narration.

I hope you all love this weeks mobile photography and art showcases much as I do. Thank you to all the talented artists for submitting your works to our showcase this week. If you would like your work to be considered for entry in to our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. You can also submit images to our Instagram tag for this section #theappwhisperer.

Deborah McMillion, Juta Jazz, Tomaso Belloni, Hanni K, Clint Cline, jim yoksimovich, Gianluca Ricoveri, Oola Cristina, Jerry Clack, Susan Rennie, p.a. hamel, Rita Colantonio, Cintia Malhotra, Scott Simpson, Lorenka Campos, Karen Axelrad, qingxian guo, Jun Yamaguchi, Catherine Caddigan, TheiPhoneArtGirl – Meri Walker,  G R Fotos, jilllian2 – Jill Lian, Peter Wilkin, Sailisa Li, Mark Swanson, Cathrine Halsor, Laila, borisbschulz2009, Mikhail Grebenshchikov, marc gommans, Sebastian Burczyk, Manfred Major, TSOriginaux, Fleur Schim, Kathy Clay, Phil Harris, Judy Wahlberg, Lydia Cassatt, Jane Schultz, Heather McAlister, VeraJane Vickers, soul_engine, Mehmet  Duyulmus, Susan Latty, mitrydate, Jean Hutter, @tankaqueen – Alexis Rotella, Diane Neubauer, @tatteredphotographs – Kim Clayton, Eliza Badoiu, Rejane Rubino, @stillcindyjane, nielsb, Joy Sussmann, ja_graham, Chehalis Hegner, @clau_clara, @klimtt – M. Cecilia Sao Thiago, @alban_rita, em.visualartist – Eduardo Marques, @alice1280, Filiz Ak, Marian Rubin, Fernando Prats, bartonsup, Derrick O Boateng.

Music this week is CLANN with ‘I Hold You’

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Mobile Photography & Art – We’re Thankful to all of You!

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Happy Thanksgiving! We’re reviving and in some cases refreshing our mobile photography and art thanksgiving post of last year because it’s as relevant today as it was then. Although we do not officially observe Thanksgiving here in the UK, for me personally, it gives me another excuse to send love and gratitude to our beautiful … Read more Mobile Photography & Art – We’re Thankful to all of You!

Mobile Photography & Art – Paul Suciu Joins our Online Gallery

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Paul Suciu works in the suspended moment and captures some sense of the invisible or at least the latent within his photographs. His work is a form of storytelling, his images visually narrate the viewer towards the conclusion, as if they were physically there. He has a unique visual sensibility with a quiet alertness that you can sense within his images, echoing his own presence as a photographer and that as a man. Many of his images combine architecture and transport with a human element, unifying a deeper conviction, to strive to create images that push beyond the expected. Ones that offer inventive and artful ways of looking at the relationship between the architectural environment and the humans that inhabit them. His street photography usually includes no more than two people and usually just one. He explores the ordinary and the familiar, there’s a sense of drama to each shot which can be magnified and made transformative. Suciu photographs are realism meeting psychological equity – it’s all located in a sort of familiar landscape and terrain but it’s gracefully transformed and made ephemerally mysterious.

We are exhibiting fifteen exclusive highly collectable prints of Suciu’s work. Available to purchase for the first time on museum grade archival paper stocks.

Representation

Paul Suciu is represented exclusively by TheAppWhisperer Gallery

Paul Suciu joins our successful featured artists, including Peter Wilkin, Sarah Bichaci, Anca Balaj, Christine Sobczak, Jane Schultz, Helen Breznik, Jill Lian, Gianluca Ricoveri, Lorenka Campos, Susan Rennie, Sean Hayes, Glenn Homann, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago and Barbara Nebel as well as Mare Nostrum Parisian Exhibition, including works from Bilgehan Yilmaz, Ece Mizrakci, Esra Tanoren, Filiz Ak, Fusun Degirmencioglu, Hacer Onal, Hulya Ergir Sofuglu, Manuela Matos Monteiro, Mehmet Duyulmus, Mehmet Omur, Merih Soylu, Mifdale Oguzoglu, Nesrin Kavrakoglu, Nukhet Poda Gofer, Peter Wilkin, Pinar Camlibel, Selda Ozcirpici, Semra Duyulmus, Serap Utas, Sibel Erdamar, Suha Ari, Zeynep Giz Ungun.

TheAppWhisperer Print Sales is a professional online gallery specialising in prints for discerning collectors of unique, previously unseen and not available for sale elsewhere, mobile photography and art. TheAppWhisperer online gallery accepts payments via ApplePay, PayPal, American Express, Maestro, Visa, Shopifypay and Mastercard. We ship to clients in the UK, US, Europe and Far East. Our customers are a global group of collectors looking for exclusive art to hang in their homes and offices.

Each limited edition print is printed by our professional print partners, ThePrintSpace, in London and shipped within 24 hours of receipt of order. There is a standard charge of £6.00 for postage anywhere in the world and there is a 14 day money back guarantee.

To go directly to Paul Suciu’s Collection within our online gallery, follow this link.

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 24 November 2019 –

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I live in a built up area, as you might imagine, but when I stopped off at a petrol station, in the dark and pouring rain, to fill my car up this week, I was silenced into hushed awe. I lined up a pump, got out and opened the filler cap, whilst the blond captivating man, not disimilar in looks to the iconic Kurt Cobain, in the oposite pump was reaching a crescendo as he squeezed his pump into the fill spout. As first it was an unnerving experience, all the punters filling up their cars were hushed, as if in a theatre, all polite, near silence, no one stopped him, no one spoke to him (this is England) but everyone smiled at him and he grinned and stared at me. He unleashed a crystal clear voice before shaking the drips off his pump and hanging it back with a sway in his hips and an ‘I don’t give a **** attitude. His anarchic spirit undercut the atmosphere and his voice did the heavy lifting with a thrilling sense of scope and ambition. I’ve never had such a memorable experience at a petrol station. As he drove away, I yearned to be resuscitated, silently shouting ‘where are you? Art is all around us none more so evident than in this weeks showcase, enjoy!

I hope you all love this weeks mobile photography and art showcase as much as I do. Thank you to all the talented artists for submitting your works to our showcase this week. If you would like your work to be considered for entry in to our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. You can also submit images to our Instagram tag for this section #theappwhisperer.

Oola Cristina, Laila, Peter Wilkin, Yasuo Furue, Alexey Amelyushkin, Clint Cline, TheiPhoneArtGirl – Meri Walker, Susan Rennie, Jane Schultz, jilllian2 – Jill Lian, Jun Yamaguchi, klimtt – Cecilia Sao Thiago, Vadim Demjianov, Shelly MacNeil Conway, Paul Toussaint, Peter Wilkin, Francesco Sambati, Rita Colantonio, Cintia Malhotra, borisbschulz2009, Lorenka Campos, Gianluca Ricoveri, Eliza Badoiu, _soulkitchen_ Valeria Cam…, @colourcooker – Barbara Banthau, @mitrydate, @chehalishegner- Chehalis Hegner, @schwitter.li – Liliana Schwitter, @imagomimago – Mimi Svanberg, @lindahollier – Linda Hollier, @pause.and.breathe – Susan Latty, @patragraphy, Christine Mignon, @le_brab – Pascal, @filizakart – Filiz Ak, @jenburnett, @ijanrm, @comizi – Cozi Koji, @tatsmosc -Maria Moscoso, @alice1280 – Ann.

Music this week is another of my favourites, Mahalia with ‘Back up Plan’

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Mobile Photography & Art – Peter Wilkin Joins our Online Gallery

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To have someone interpret our story, to know what we’ve endured, experienced, sustained and to vocalise it back to us, is what we all most long for. Peter Wilkin’s art meets us at this level, perhaps offering the ultimate allure, to have our own story retold to us. Yearning, moribund, caring, all brush up against each other in this selection of art, you can edge right up to it, be captivated, with another, through another, into the purest vestal from where we came.

Wilkin’s previous occupation as a psychotherapist has much to do with his understanding of our needs to be understood. His art radiates and throbs off the page, each one suggestive of another outcome, if the viewer approaches the art with inner knowledge, then they will bask in a sort of awakening, a path, on which to return and reel from the bliss.

We are exhibiting ten exclusive highly collectable prints of Wilkin’s work. Available to purchase for the first time on museum grade archival paper stocks.

Representation

Peter Wilkin is represented exclusively by TheAppWhisperer Gallery

Peter Wilkin joins our successful featured artists, including Anca Balaj, Christine Sobczak, Jane Schultz, Helen Breznik, Jill Lian, Gianluca Ricoveri, Lorenka Campos, Susan Rennie, Sean Hayes, Glenn Homann, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago and Barbara Nebel as well as Mare Nostrum Parisian Exhibition, including works from Bilgehan Yilmaz, Ece Mizrakci, Esra Tanoren, Filiz Ak, Fusun Degirmencioglu, Hacer Onal, Hulya Ergir Sofuglu, Manuela Matos Monteiro, Mehmet Duyulmus, Mehmet Omur, Merih Soylu, Mifdale Oguzoglu, Nesrin Kavrakoglu, Nukhet Poda Gofer, Peter Wilkin, Pinar Camlibel, Selda Ozcirpici, Semra Duyulmus, Serap Utas, Sibel Erdamar, Suha Ari, Zeynep Giz Ungun.

TheAppWhisperer Print Sales is a professional online gallery specialising in prints for discerning collectors of unique, previously unseen and not available for sale elsewhere, mobile photography and art. TheAppWhisperer online gallery accepts payments via ApplePay, PayPal, American Express, Maestro, Visa, Shopifypay and Mastercard. We ship to clients in the UK, US, Europe and Far East. Our customers are a global group of collectors looking for exclusive art to hang in their homes and offices.

Each limited edition print is printed by our professional print partners, ThePrintSpace, in London and shipped within 24 hours of receipt of order. There is a standard charge of £6.50 for postage anywhere in the world and there is a 14 day money back guarantee.

To go directly to Peter Wilkin’s Collection within our online gallery, follow this link.

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Mobile Photography & Art – Sarah Bichachi Joins Our Online Gallery!

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Sarah Bichachi’s art underlines the concept of the impermanence of life – one of her main sources of inspiration. The processes of genesis, metamorphosis and inevitable disappearance, as well as the symbolic correspondences between earth and body, are her starting points. Bichachi’s photographs offer great poetic beauty brought together in a superbly elegant and enigmatic way that compels a shiver of aesthetic pleasure and fear. Bichachi is a cancer survivor and each piece of art embodies her courage, resourcefulness, physical toughness, talent and relish. Her art is a springboard for a tremendously charismatic and muscular outstanding performance, brilliantly crafted and deliciously entertaining – a metaphor for the fleetingness of life. “True success radiates love, compassion… a sense of well being and a feeling of accomplishment not only for the body, but for the soul as well”, she once confided to me.

We are exhibiting twelve exclusive highly collectable prints of Bichachi’s work. Available to purchase for the first time on museum grade archival paper stocks.

Representation

Sarah Bichachi is represented exclusively by TheAppWhisperer Gallery

Sarah Bichachi joins our successful featured artists, including Anca Balaj, Christine Sobczak, Jane Schultz, Helen Breznik, Jill Lian, Gianluca Ricoveri, Lorenka Campos, Susan Rennie, Sean Hayes, Glenn Homann, M. Cecilia Sao Thiago and Barbara Nebel as well as Mare Nostrum Parisian Exhibition, including works from Bilgehan Yilmaz, Ece Mizrakci, Esra Tanoren, Filiz Ak, Fusun Degirmencioglu, Hacer Onal, Hulya Ergir Sofuglu, Manuela Matos Monteiro, Mehmet Duyulmus, Mehmet Omur, Merih Soylu, Mifdale Oguzoglu, Nesrin Kavrakoglu, Nukhet Poda Gofer, Peter Wilkin, Pinar Camlibel, Selda Ozcirpici, Semra Duyulmus, Serap Utas, Sibel Erdamar, Suha Ari, Zeynep Giz Ungun.

TheAppWhisperer Print Sales is a professional online gallery specialising in prints for discerning collectors of unique, previously unseen and not available for sale elsewhere, mobile photography and art. TheAppWhisperer online gallery accepts payments via ApplePay, PayPal, American Express, Maestro, Visa, Shopifypay and Mastercard. We ship to clients in the UK, US, Europe and Far East. Our customers are a global group of collectors looking for exclusive art to hang in their homes and offices.

Each limited edition print is printed by our professional print partners, ThePrintSpace, in London and shipped within 24 hours of receipt of order. There is a standard charge of £6.50 for postage anywhere in the world and there is a 14 day money back guarantee.

To go directly to Sarah Bichachi Collection within our online gallery, follow this link.

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Mobile Photography & Art – Anca Balaj Joins Our Online Gallery!

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Anca Balaj is one of the finest mobile art draughtsman of her generation. As a visual creative, specialising in mobile photography and art direction, her practice combines a natural interest in academic research and literature to create a unique and radical style of mobile painting in which the conceptual meets the visual.

Balaj’s art is created with an Apple iPad and is intended to be scaled up into larger works where her economic execution and whimsical expression reveal an intimate side to her practice. Her imagery is very direct, working empirically, ‘inside an idea’.

Her rigorous style of fine art emphasises a dynamic but balanced relationship between complementary colours such as blue, red, green and orange, completing each other. They are at their most intense when placed together. Balaj adjusts her colours to obtain the maximum intensity.

Balaj is destined to be one of the decisive influences in mobile art and we are proud to represent her within TheAppWhisperer Online Gallery! We are exhibiting fifteen exclusive highly collectable prints of Balaj’s work. Available to purchase for the first time on museum grade archival paper stocks in strictly limited edition print runs, of ten prints, per image size.

Anca Balaj joins our successful featured artists, including Christine Sobczak, Jane Schultz, Helen Breznik, Jill Lian, Gianluca Ricoveri, Lorenka Campos, Susan Rennie, Sean Hayes, Glenn Homann, M. Cecilia São Thiago and Barbara Nebel as well as Mare Nostrum Parisian Exhibition, including works from Bilgehan Yilmaz, Ece Mizrakci, Esra Tanoren, Filiz Ak, Fusun Degirmencioglu, Hacer Onal, Hulya Ergir Sofuglu, Manuela Matos Monteiro, Mehmet Duyulmus, Mehmet Omur, Merih Soylu, Mifdale Oguzoglu, Nesrin Kavrakoglu, Nukhet Poda Gofer, Peter Wilkin, Pinar Camlibel, Selda Ozcirpici, Semra Duyulmus, Serap Utas, Sibel Erdamar, Suha Ari, Zeynep Giz Ungun.

TheAppWhisperer Print Sales is a professional online gallery specialising in prints for discerning collectors of unique, previously unseen and not available for sale elsewhere, mobile photography and art. TheAppWhisperer online gallery accepts payments via ApplePay, PayPal, American Express, Maestro, Visa, Shopifypay and Mastercard.

Each limited edition print is printed by our professional print partners, ThePrintSpace, in London and shipped within 24 hours of each order. There is a standard charge of £6.50 for postage anywhere in the world and

To go directly to Anca Balaj’s Collection within our online gallery, follow this link.

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 17 November 2019

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I was delighted this week to learn that 45 year old Ivorian artist, Joana Choumali has become the first African photographer to scoop the Prix Pictet prize, winning with a series of embroidered photographs responding to the trauma of terrorist attacks in Ivory Coast in 2016. The series is entitled ‘Ca va aller‘ – meaning – ‘it will be ok‘, a reference to stoical reaction to adversity that she said permeated Ivorian culture. Her images were printed onto canvas and then later embroidered with stitches directly onto the surface. Combining photographic imagery with fabric and therefore, creating ‘conceptual portraits‘. She created this work ‘as a need to process the pain‘. She said ‘each stitch was a way to recover, to lay down the emotions, the loneliness and mixed feelings I felt‘. Her work is stunning but what particularly interested me was the way it helped her to process her inner pain. I believe pain is the root to many artists’ work, whether that be pictorial, sculpture or the written word and I refuse to believe anyone who tells me, and they frequently do, that it has no place – it has every place. I am luckily enough to be invited to many exhibitions and shows around the world and earlier this year, I attended the opening of Tracey Emin’s brutal portraits of female pain exhibition ‘a fortnight of tears‘. I spoke with her and discussed her work. Her background repeats in much of her art and as she gets older, also the sleeplessness, exhaustion, whirling anxieties and the fear of running out of time contribute. The power of female art has become vital for women and not ‘just‘ artists but for all women. French writer and poet Andre Breton once described Frida Kahlo’s art as a ‘ribbon around a bomb‘, I say, standby for the blast…

I hope you all love this weeks mobile photography and art showcase as much as I do. Thank you to all the talented artists for submitting your works to our showcase this week. If you would like your work to be considered for entry in to our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. You can also submit images to our Instagram tag for this section #theappwhisperer.

Chhororo, klimtt – Cecilia Sao Thiago, Jun Yamaguchi, Sebastian Burczyk, Clint Cline, woltarise, borisbschulz2009, Catha Li, Catherine Caddigan, Deborah McMillion, Lorenka Campos, Sherrianne100, Hanni K, Southfield Photos, Laila, Rita Colantonio, I-C-Things – David Starling, Gianluca Ricoveri, Judy Wahlberg, Susan Rennie, p.a.hamel, Jane Schultz, Marguerite Khoury, Vadim Demjianov, psychephoto – Robin Cohen, kathyc2136, Eliza Badoiu, Anca Balaj, J A Graham, @filizakart – Filiz Ak, @schwitter.li, @pause.and.breathe – Susan Latty, mitrydate, Rosalie Heller, Diane Neubauer, Judy Wahlberg.

Music this week ‘You mean the world to me’ – Freya Ridings

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 10 November 2019

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Many people write to me each week and I love it. Sometimes, I am asked for advice, sometimes I’m asked about me. This week a few times, it was mostly the latter. I was asked, ‘how do you keep coming up with ideas?’, ‘where do they generate from?‘ and then ‘how do you deal with a creative rut?‘. I think the latter was the hardest because the first two I answered with ‘I’m constantly gathering ideas, things that I see each day, people I meet, observations that I make, judgements (I hate to say), but they all encapsulate and become the images and ideas that I’ve been having for the past ten years and I amalgamate them’. To answer, ‘how do you deal with a creative rut?‘, was a lot tougher. I love writing but sometimes I get stuck, as I am with one project now, that has pained me for too many tortuous months. I don’t have a solid process, sometimes I surprise myself that anything gets written at all. But sometimes, I get an idea and find the angle I need and write the whole thing up in no time, wtf.  When I get stuck, when I hit a creative rut, I have to take myself out of all of the usual things that I do. So, I’ll pick up a book for example, that might have absolutely nothing to do with creativity, if I can say that, because the fact that it’s been written is a sign of creativity isn’t it? – yes, I frequently argue with myself. Anyway, if you haven’t read Naomi Wolf’s book, Vagina, then you should, specifically the paragraph on the creative power of the orgasm, it really helped me to formulate my next project and reminded me of a quote within the main tome that I am currently re-reading, Sontag by Benjamin Moser, chapter 12, when Sontag has an affair with ‘Irene’ who was by all accounts totally luscious and Sontag was quoted as saying ‘she could make a rock come‘, how glorious!  Writing can be a lonely occupation but sometimes ideas flow out of me like a goddam fountain climaxing. I would say, as I have often repeated, resilience is key, and remember when you were 20 and looking forward, never back? As you get older, when the going gets tough, people look back, why do that? I don’t do that. Life is still in front of you and it’s that that needs to be treasured. Keep going…

I hope you all love this weeks mobile photography and art showcase as much as I do. Thank you to all the talented artists for submitting your works to our showcase this week. If you would like your work to be considered for entry in to our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. You can also submit images to our Instagram tag for this section #theappwhisperer.

rain.is.poetry – Paul Suciu, _soulkitchen_ – Valaria Cammari, @iameirkabrown – Erika Brown, @eslieber – Erik Lieber, @ilemusi – Ile Mont, Nichole Christophe, Jana Curcio, @chalktiger, Eliza Badoiu, @jorgeolaveriveros, @ja_graham, @accidental_artist, Rosalie Heller, @thelma.penteado, @josephineduson, @marshadraws – Marsha Estes, @iphotami – Karen Axelrad, pause.and.breathe – Susan Latty, @luison_street – Lrh A, @patragraphy, @mitrydate, @velvet_iris_photography, Peter Wilkin, @schwitter.li, Laila, Jun Yamaguchi, woltarise, Yasuo Furue, Clint Cline, Hanni K, Rita Colantonio, Linda Hollier, Gianluca Ricoveri, Susan Rennie, Sheldon Serkin, Judy Wahlberg, Andy Alexandre, @nini_nini-, Allyson Marie, @before.1st.light – Jane Schultz,

I hope you all love this weeks mobile photography and art showcase as much as I do. Thank you to all the talented artists for submitting your works to our showcase this week. If you would like your work to be considered for entry in to our weekly Mobile Photography and Art Flickr Group, please submit it to our dedicated group, here. You can also submit images to our Instagram tag for this section #theappwhisperer.

Music this week is Nina Simone – Feeling Good (Avicii Remix)

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