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: