OPEN INVITATION: A friend inspired me to come up with an interactive project. I invite people to come to my image collection (all are public domain): https://archive.org/details/thomaspark . Choose an image or a series of them, especially the kinds with symbols. I would like you to leave a review of the image(s) with your interpretations of what they mean. This could be literal, figurative, or whatever you like. At some point, perhaps I can share the reviewed images with their comments, just for fun.
A phonographic featurette including three Near-Still-Life scenes from downtown Saint Louis, shot during a gray morning. The music is “Concrete Expanse” by mystified.
A co-worker put two of my paintings (and one of hers) on long-term display at the Julia Davis branch library.
Thomas Park has liberated his entire collection of images at archive.org to the public domain, for use without restriction. Here is a link to that collection:
Not only is my .pdf of original prints doing well– it’s also actually now public domain, so that you can use the images in any way that you like:
Here are some additional visual art materials that have been liberated into the public domain:
A pdf of my authorship is on display at the Julia Davis Library. It concerns Michael Marshall, whose works I discovered at the branch. Mr. Marshall is, I believe, an excellent artist.
He now is an art professor at the University Of Hawaii Hilo.
Thanks to Mr. Marshall and the management at the Julia Davis Library for allowing me to display this document.