© Wood Wilkinson Arts 2009
R. Michael Wilkinson has photographed the world for 40 years. Blessed with being endlessly fascinated by “found frames” he decided long ago to bring these frozen moments in time to paper and share them. Many of the images here are just as they were found. Any enhancements were made only to more closely represent what he saw and felt when he made the exposure.
“I believe deeply in Ministry, Humor and always Accentuating the Positive in Life. In a world where the horrific is sensationalized and “random acts of kindness, senseless acts of beauty” are overlooked I want my photographs to bring about an “Oasis for the mind, heart and soul” wherein people may contemplate Beauty and come away more at peace.”
"Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible." Dalai Lama
Wenthy Joan Wood’s purpose as an artist is the same as her purpose as an individual: “To help mankind see the grand vastness of God and his creation; to hold a fragile moment of His living adventure in vivid suspension; allowing His colors, lines and contrast to boldly inspire the secret places in the human soul.”