Join me on a journey into the past and the future through the visual arts. The focus of this journey is three generations. My father before my, myself, and my child, Harvey. What do we share behind the lens as photographers and what is different?
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This project represents the end of the first volume of my zine project. Meticulously restoring my father’s pictures for this project while formatting my child’s photographs was a fascinating process. There is so much they have in common in how they approach photography, yet they have never met.
All of the other zines to date have been about what drives and inspires me to move forward. In every project so far there has b
Has anyone thanked you for wearing a mask? This Zine Documentary showcases the everyday heroes who wear their masks at work, play, and daily life! Consider it a 20 page thank you!
The reception of the first issue, Asian Fusion, has been wonderful so far. Just as that issue was a celebration of the influence of Asian Americans in our lives, this is a celebration of those who have worn and continue to wear their masks daily.
In April of 2020 the CDC guidelines included masks along with social distancing and hand washing to the mandates to slow the spread of COVID 19. Many beautiful and considerate people did their part and continue to do their part 17 mo
The First Issue of Pat Green Zine is live! In this first documentary, we celebrate Asian Culture. Asian Fusion is more than just a genre of cuisine. It is the beauty and wonder of Asian culture interwoven into the fabric of us all. Join the celebration and also address the horror of what we do to harm instead of celebrate and embrace. To get your copy, click here.
“Check out his first zine, celebrating Asian Fusion. Buy it for coffee table. We are better for the diversity in our lives. Pat’s work reminds us of this.”-DT
Sometimes Picasso was political. Sometimes he wasn’t. In 1945 he did say the following:
What do you think an artist is? An imbecile who has only eyes if he’s a painter, or ears if he’s a musician, or a lyre at every level of his heart if he’s a poet, or even, if he’s a boxer, just his muscles? On the contrary, he’s at the same time a political being, constantly alive to heartrending, fiery, or happy events, to which he responds in every way[… .] No, painting is not done to decorate apartments. It is an instrument of war for attack and defense against the enemy. [Pablo Picasso, Statement, in Chipp, Theories of Modern Art, 487.]
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