I’ve always thought of myself as an observer. As such photography became the means by which I could communicate what I saw.
Clouds at sunset in Sarasota, Florida on September 2, 2020.
Skies of Sarasota No.5
Made with the iPhone11Pro camera. No filters, a raw image observed.
Sarasota Skies, No. 4
Sunset over Sarasota Bay, Sarasota, Florida
I made this image with the iPhone11Pro/camera. No filters, no adjustments, raw from the camera.
One of the things I like about this image is the shapes of the clouds which remind me of mountains on the horizon.
This time of year Sarasota has dramatic skies. Beyond the the beauty of nature there is an opportunity to experience in an elemental way the energy of connection between heaven and earth. Sometimes the clouds are dark and foreboding and even then behind the darkness there is light. Taking time to be present and take in the moment can be a teaching. Nature is the source.
Skies of Sarasota No.2
Ancestral Puebloans built Spruce Tree House around A.D. 1200. It was re-discovered in 1888, and is the third largest cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park. This Cliff Dwelling housed somewhere around 60 to 80 people. This is a view from inside one of the 8 Kivas found at Spruce Tree House. Kivas are subterranean structures that were most likely used for spiritual ceremonies.
This image is one of 12 prints in the collection “Art Within Architecture” on exhibit at Eastep Photography Gallery, 1338 Central Avenue, Sarasota, Florida, 34234. The prints can be viewed on Saturday, September 29, 2018, between 11 am and 4 pm. The Gallery is also open by appointment. Call 917.675.0640 or write WayneEastep@Gmail.com
For print sizes and print contact WayneEastep@Gmail.com
Serenity series opening tomorrow March 31, 2018, 11 am to 4 pm 1340 Central Avenue (between 13 & 14th streets) Sarasota, Florida 34234.
Original Andy Warhol screen print no. 131/250 Onion Soup
To be exhibited and available for purchase, limited time.
Andy Warhol screen print Onion Soup original
CENTRAL CREATIVE COMMONS ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 10AM – 4PM
1330-1340 Central Avenue, between 13 & 14th Streets Sarasota
Central Creative Commons at 1330 – 1340 Central Avenue, Sarasota, north of 10th street, is a unique enclave of studios for professional painters, a photographer, a potter and multi-media artists. The artists included for February 24, 2018 open studios: Painter Lucy Barber and Photographer Wayne Eastep.
February’s open studios gives you behind-the-scenes access to each professional artist’s working studio: meet the outstanding artists, see their work, explore and exchange ideas, and browse artworks available for purchase. The open studio event is free and open to the public.
The Central Creative Commons is located within the Central-Cocoanut Historic District and in keeping with Sarasota’s growing arts scene, is just a few blocks north of the Rosemary Arts District. Connecting to and evolving from the Rosemary District, the Sarasota arts district is growing northward. You are invited to join in this exciting new development!