The modern life is a busy one, full of man-made stimulation and distractions vying for our attention. In this climate, it is a wonderful thing to encounter Peter C. Jones’s photographs. His eye is that of a poet, and he has clearly created the images in 18 Still Lives with a poet’s sensibility and sensitivity. The photographs within 18 Still Lives explore the visual category of the still life: a depiction of inanimate objects, objects that do not move.
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