I am not sure what to make of Paul Paper’s website, It Is My Party. The images are sad, however the user interface is refreshing.
The Beholder states: “We felt that there were a lot of people who found it difficult to find and buy art outside of the gallery system. And knew there were many artists who wanted to connect with larger audiences. The web seemed a natural place for that to happen.
Margaret Bourke-White said, “The very secret of life for me…was to maintain in the midst of rushing events an inner tranquillity. I had picked a life that dealt with excitement, tragedy, mass calamities, human triumphs and suffering. To throw my whole self into recording and attempting to understand these things, I needed an inner serenity as a kind of balance.” [Via Cup of Joe Photo]