A través de mis fotografía puedo hablar de manera más intrincada y profunda que a través de las palabras.
la vida refleja,
el amor se siente,
el universo nace,
la inmensa naturaleza,
la vida se respira,
y la luz brilla sobre
Una fotografía es un
y amo el infinito.
Gabriel Suárez Maceiras
Last night my husband had a show of his photographs from our last journey through the national parks of the US. He is a master photographer and I have learnt a bit accompanying him and even though my eyes are fading I had some images in the show also. Many, many , many old friends came, you knbow: 35 years that our gallery celebrates this year, that draws memories and people remember old times and they enjoy to do that together and so it felt like old times and new times at once, because many new friends also came.
In another 35 years my husband and I very probably will not be around anymore and what I have learnt from other artists, who locked their art away in many drawers and never gave away a thing always waiting for BIG FAME to arrive, and then they died, is this: you die and all your hidden away art starts to rot away after you! So, my husband had had the wonderful idea of cleaning out all his drawers and give away all the old photographs from our travels to Africa, other journeys to the US and Canada, and inside Mexico and people loved it: they grabbed and chose photographies and wanted dedications written and thanked him with tears in their eyes.
While in the US we had discovered metallic photographic paper and had printed the new photogrpahs on it and they just popped into your eyes, they looked gorgeous just mounted on fomecore and without glass in front.
Most of the images we finally chose for this show were of geysers in Yellowstone National Park and then that gorgeous day back in October when the US Government shut down and we could not visit Bryce Canyon and because of that discovered the beauty of Dixie Forest in its most exquisite autumn celebration and spent a magic day all alone up there on that rim of that canyon drowning in magic yellow of magic aspins......
Invitation to our show, photography by Gabriel Suárez of a landscape just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park, Escalante, Utah