a visit to my photographs

by     /    March 04, 2010   

My aunt and uncle had the opportunity to visit the Miraval Resort in Tucson, where I have a number of photographs installed in the lobby of their spa. Since I live across the country, I haven’t had the chance to see it in person, so I appreciated getting their first-hand perspective on how it looked:

Appointments are necessary to enter the grounds, since they cater to a lot of VIPs and privacy is a big issue. But I rang the bell at the gate and told them I came to view my nephew’s art work that was in the lobby of the spa and they let us in. We were given the grand tour. Your artwork fit the serenity of the place. Beautiful! The entire place speaks of peace and tranquility and your photographs work perfectly within that theme. What an incredible place.

Wow, I knew Miraval was a ritzy place, but I didn’t realize how much so! Talk about a prime location for art! I really love how my art helps create the calm and tranquil mood that they have so carefully established in their resort. I have always believed that there is a natural connection between the meditative quality of my nature photography and the regenerative environment of a spa. It’s great to have a client who felt such a strong connection to my work.

My photographs in the lobby of the Spa at the Miraval Resort.

My photographs in the lobby of the Spa at the Miraval Resort.

I am also grateful to Miraval for taking such nice care of my family during their impromptu visit.

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Comments on 'a visit to my photographs'

Joanie  (March 4th, 2010):

Looks fabulous! Congratulations!
Nice when you get installation pics, isn’t’ it?

Daniel Sroka Open Studio : artist in residence  (July 1st, 2010):

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