This Miami / South Beach collection continues on & will soon have its own section on the Portfolio page. As of now Beachwalk 777 is in the New in December section. For commissions please Contact.
Here are a few more fresh additions to the South Beach Miami-based Beachwalk 777 collection and the Portfolio/Gallery page is up to date. A few of these are based on the ‘S’ shape and there are many interesting deco details. The last image is purely a simple and beautiful portrait of a Ravenela. It’s wonderfulContinue reading “Studio Shangri-La Fine Art/Conceptual Photography: The Beachwalk 777 Collection Continued”
Out Today in Hardcover + Paperback Description: Gnosis II by Studio Shangri-La Publications is an concept photography follow-up to the charcoal original, featuring works from the Deco Botanical & Sky collections. This one presents further development to the philosophical and spiritual journey & story.
Continuing on the deco botanical series, this new piece geometrically celebrates a well loved plant: “Sugarcane.” What’s especially interesting is this photo is of sugarcane growing wild in Massachusetts.It’s typically considered native to tropical regions. Please don’t flag the sugar as being invasive though! It can stay. 😆 Seriously, DNA is part sugar and salt.
The Deco Botanicals collection is getting to be extensive with a lot of plants expressed in this blend of nature & tech. The vision is biosynergy. These pieces take already striking photos and amp them up with [more] geometry. They’re available in a variety of formats, and would even lend themselves well to NFTs. ForContinue reading “Studio Shangri-La’s Signature Deco Botanicals”
It’s important to remember in embarking on an exploration of herbal or botanical medicine is that at first, it was the only medicine. And modern medicine is not all that far removed. At times remedies direct from earth are referred to as “alternative,” yet both choices being interrelated, both branches have value. The vast majorityContinue reading “Maximizing Human Regenerative Processes, Pt. 2: The New Old Plant Medicine”
The common yarrow with distinctive yellow flowers is an extremely valuable edible medicinal plant, so don’t mow it down – collect some or grow some, dry it out or use it fresh. “Yarrow is used for fever, common cold, hay fever, absence of menstruation, dysentery, diarrhea, loss of appetite, gastrointestinal (GI) tract discomfort, and toContinue reading “Power Plants: Yarrow For Flu + Much More”