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A Product of Art and Soul

“I have learned to be at peace doing nothing – to empty the mind- simplify and curb desires.” ~ Cherel Ito  Creative economy has been the buzzword in pockets all over the United States. It is about living a life … Continue reading

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Rooted in Musical History

“He played his fiddle and I wept.” ~ Cherel Ito  Much of the Ozark Mountain region is remote, and economically underserved. It is rich in musical history and in that geographical area of the country, much of the music is … Continue reading

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Harmony among People

 “My photography is committed to the discovery of the basic spirit of human beings in their natural environment.” ~ Cherel Ito  Cherel Ito’s photography is retained in a permanent collection in the National Museum of Women in the Arts in … Continue reading

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Documenting the Past

“..only two obstacles – camera broken and Indians refuse photos, But I take it all into my heart.” ~ Cheryl Ito Many of Cherel Ito’s photographic journeys took her to places outside of the United States. During the late 1960’s … Continue reading

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Keeping the Embers Going

“Where life is hard people depend upon and help each other.” ~ Cherel Ito  This photo was taken many years ago by photographer Cherel Ito. The image was captured through the lens of her camera in the 1960’s, before our … Continue reading

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A New Era In Photography

“Forming the creation is the best part of the creator” ~ Cherel Ito  Sadly, after 75 years of providing quality film to photographers and filmmakers all over the world, Kodachrome film will no longer be sold. The digital camera industry, … Continue reading

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Deep Awareness

Lani Alpert Hall wrote that Cherel Ito “always interpreted her world with depth and subtext…details moved her.”   To be able to recognize and capture a wide range of emotions, is a talent that photographers strive for. It is for this … Continue reading

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