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Classical Performing Arts in Adelaide

Russ Addie

Matthew Cherry's Art Studio

The Kepple Building, Queen St. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

September 21, 2009, 6:15 pm

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Performing Arts means many things to many people. What I shot was the studio of an amazing local artist Matthew Cherry who has clients worldwide. I shot while Matt was painting one of his projects which brings up the question, if an artist is painting alone is he really performing? In this case he was performing for me, so does the size of the group matter? If the artist is painting alone, is his “performance” really when he actually shows the art to others? I shot a show that Matt held about 6 months ago ( http://www.zoomhome.com/matt/360.html ) where hundreds of people showed up to see his work. Was that when the performance actually happened or was it when he created the work?

It’s for you to decide…..
Matthew Cherry's work - http://web.me.com/matthewivancherry1 Matt's "real" job as dean of Pa Art and design school http://www.pcad.edu/ Interactive work of Matt's show at the school - http://www.zoomhome.com/matt/360.html

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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Pennsylvania

Lat: 40° 2' 36.89" N
Long: 76° 18' 20.76" W

Elevation: 156

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Equipment

Cannon 40D camera, Costal Optic lens, Manfredo tripod, ipix software 3 stop, Photoshop, Pano2VR
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