Edward Weston Quote

The creative force in man recognizes and records these rhythms with the medium most suitable to him, the object, or the moment, feeling the cause, the life within the outer form. Recording unfelt facts, acquired by rule, results in sterile inventory. To see the Thing Itself is essential: the quintessence revealed direct without the fog of impressionism - the casual noting of the superficial phase, a transitory mood.


Edward Weston (ed. 1971)

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The creative force in man recognizes and records these rhythms with the medium most suitable to him, the object, or the moment, feeling the cause,...

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The creative force in man recognizes and records these rhythms with the medium most suitable to him, the object, or the moment, feeling the cause,...

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The creative force in man recognizes and records these rhythms with the medium most suitable to him, the object, or the moment, feeling the cause,...

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The creative force in man recognizes and records these rhythms with the medium most suitable to him, the object, or the moment, feeling the cause,...