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Stories Captured Stories Told

“Ito’s black-and-white photographs offer a chronicle of one woman’s journey to expand her humanity. … an important contribution to the museum’s growing collection of documentary photography,” said Susan Fisher Sterling, Chief Curator http://www.nmwa.org.   To leaf through Cherel Ito’s book … Continue reading

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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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Life from a Different Point of View

“Truth in Haiti is like a kaleidoscope. It may appear one way, then suddenly shift.” ~ Cherel Ito A few months ago, in the blog writing Mysterious Natural Disasters http://bit.ly/fSk9r0, life in Haiti today was compared with photo journalist Cherel Ito’s … Continue reading

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Women Connecting Globally

“Sometimes the space where we met stands still.” ~ Cherel Ito  It is International Women’s Day! When this image of mother and child was taken by photographer Cherel Ito http://www.throughthelensofhercamera.com  in Nepal in 1978, there was not the connectedness among … Continue reading

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People in Balance – Cultural Exchange

“There is a sense of rhythm – a balance between nature and the people walk around connected with their environment. ~ Cherel Ito   Cherel Ito’s photographic journeys took her to places, such as Morocco, where most people from the United … Continue reading

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Haitian Happiness

“Haiti is so gentle and romantic…the mysteries of this island run deep.”~ Cherel Ito  Photographer Cherel Ito knew about dreams! A dream of hers was fulfilled as she traveled to Haiti capturing it’s people, using her insightful eye, through the lens of … Continue reading

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A Sea of Faces

“The nameless ones are a part of me…take it all so much to heart” ~ Cheryl Ito  Portrait artists, whether they paint in oil, charcoal, watercolor or pastel, or through the medium of photography, spend their lives fulfilling their dreams … Continue reading

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