2020 “Hands – Shoe Fitter & Photographer” Photo print on Kodak glossy paper by Maria Grazia Facciolà Photography
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“I wish I had a woman to hold…you got me in a bad time…you should have had me about 50 years ago…”
Nathan Kessler 1914-2008 – Shoe Fitter
“…what makes me take a picture is really just the slightest movement of my right index finger…this is all it is to take a picture…just this tiny little motion…and taking it at the right time is what makes of breaks my job…and it’s just so the polar opposite of manual labor…”
Greg Kessler – Photographer
“When the spirit does not work with the hand there is no art” Leonardo Da Vinci 1452 – 1519
Maria Grazia Facciolà
The moments in which Maria Grazia Facciolà experiences the most profound joy are when her photography touches people. When, in addition to capturing their likeness, it captures their energy. When her subjects see their inner selves in her work, it is a defining moment of bliss for her. A glimpse into one’s inner beauty translated through a photograph is like magic that can be touched. She believes that beauty, in its simplicity, is the quintessential expression of inspiration. A real self equals real beauty, and when this quest begins, inspiration occurs at the moment one catches the other. The same principle is applied to her travel photography. She loves to incorporate people as they add context, culture, movement into the real or imaginary story you decide to see in her images.
|Dimensions||24 × 36 × 0.1 in|
|Creator / Artist|
Maria Grazia Facciolà (Italian)
Photo print on Kodak glossy paper mounted on foamboard
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