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A Muse Visits! Meet Natasha, as wonderful creative!

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
It’s great to meet someone new who brings with them verve, happiness and a bunch of artistic talents. Natasha is an NYU graduate and expert on virtual reality films and project management!

I met her at an opening exhibition for the Erotic Art of a fabulous Australian pair last Saturday night where I was the documentarian photographer for the event.

Now she’s a new friend and I hope collaborator too!

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Asher Kelman: IPhoning “A Place of Refuge”
Beneath the Chessboard floor of
Michelle Oligvie’s 1993 Assemblage
“Under the Light of the Moon”

Asher
 

Doug Kerr

Well-known member
Hi, Asher,

It’s great to meet someone new who brings with them verve, happiness and a bunch of artistic talents. Natasha is an NYU graduate and expert on virtual reality films and project management!

I met her at an opening exhibition for the Erotic Art of a fabulous Australian pair last Saturday night where I was the documentarian photographer for the event.

Now she’s a new friend and I hope collaborator too!

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Asher Kelman: IPhoning “A Place of Refuge”
Precious!

Bet regards,

Doug
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Here is a frontal view:

Note the blue moon supposedly “lighting” the inside the structure on the upper right...



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Michelle Ogilvie: “Under the Light of the Moon”
Assemblage 1993
Asher Kelman iPhone XS Max Photograph


...and the chessboard floor with an escape hatch and emergency rope to reach the place for solitude and respite below in the soft sand!

Enjoy!

Asher
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Thanks Peter,

It’s darker but I need to illuminate the inside too. It’s made of wood, copper and real sand in the basement!

Asher
 
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