Hi. This blog is the Kauai, Hawaii 2016 Zoe Fest blog preserving the history of our yearly retreats. This is also dedicated to Billy Sheehan – Sorry for the Instagram link but his website is no longer available. I feel happy that a small sample of his brilliant work may be archived here. Rest in peace Billy.
Photographer: Robert C Cochran
And as I sit here mulling through images and plotting and planning our new adventure to someplace amazing… I realize these are my last images from the fest. All of a sudden my shoulders feel heavier, my posture gets worse and the feeling of loss hits … i really need to shoot again soon.
@meluxine @vassanta and @carlotta get the last words….
In 2014-15 I had a 40 year retrospective at the Biggs Museum of American Art, curated by Ryan Grover. He entitled the exhibit “The Line of Beauty”. It is based upon William Hogarth’s writings from 1753 where he discusses his aesthetic concept of the line of beauty. According to this theory, S-shaped curved lines signify liveliness and activity and excite the attention of the viewer as contrasted with straight lines, parallel lines, or right-angled intersecting lines, which signify stasis, death, or inanimate objects. This is a classic example thanks to Carlotta.
@vassanta and I found the perfect prop wandering around in the jungle… fun.