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Monday, October 05, 2015

A cairn for you!


Comments for "Born in Stone" . Group Show at the Louvre


Born in Stone comments 2015 Exposure**********  Stephen Lack · McGill University Algis Kemezys continues to amaze. This series integrating prehistoric rock formations with the classical sculptures from our civilization's birth is a wonderful addition to his terrific body of work! Once again*************  Erella La Beaubella · OCAD University I love this work. The manipulation of content, colour, classical imagery with modern sensibilities makes it compelling to look at and to come back to. Bravo!****************  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Erella, You have just made my day. Thanks with good wishes to you and yours!************* Cathy Young · Chief Executive Officer at Self-Employed Wow this artist is totally amazing. AMAZING! I am going to post this on my Facebook page for all my friends to vote for Algis Thomas Kemezys! I have almost 5000 friends so here goes! He soo deserves it. The textures, the colours, the LOVE that goes into his work is stunning! Ok my friends! VOTE FOR ALGIS!**************  Maurice Richard Libby · Divo at Self-Employed Algis has a fertile imagination and an inspired vision. His work is well worth spending time on.**************  Penny Ringsleben · Owner of Brunos. at Brunos - A dog's life and explorations on Corfu. Algis' work is absolutely wonderful! I live in Greece and usually cannot imagine anyone being able to make the sculptures more beautiful but he has accomplished this with his amazing, imaginative use of coloring. Very talented artist. I am so glad to have pleasure to escape into the world of Greek art from a different way to view it. I hope one of these days he will have an exhibit in Kerkyra.*************  Rozie Barnes Algis Thomas Kemezys-brings us visions and images of prehistoric rock formations with his masterful eye and sense of intimacy with everything he photographs. I have known this amazing artist for too many years to be counting & every time I see his work, I am beyond awestruck!! He certainly deserves this fabulous award and most certainly has my vote!!**************  Lenore Zann · Deputy House Leader (NDP Caucus) & Critic for Status of Women; Communities, Culture & Heritage; Community Services; Education & Early Childhood Development; Human Rights Commission; Aboriginal Affairs; Seniors; Disabled Persons; and Agriculture at Government of Nova Scotia wow! Thought-provoking and deeply spiritual - these images remind us of the origins of Man and that although we may not be "made of stone" we are in fact one with the land upon which we were born and to which we will some day return.***************  Jas Bea · Launceston College I have followed Algis's work for many a year now he never fails to amaze me with his talents always excellent work and I look forward to always seeing more from this amazingly talented man******************  Jas Bea · Launceston College Algis Thomas Kemezys you are most welcome Like · **************** Pearl L. Dacks · Toronto, Ontario Algis, work is getting more and more interesting and illuminating, it's a new and more comprehensive photography that I see happening...so delighted with this more introspective work...best of luck in this competition...pld*****************  John Frizzell · Toronto, Ontario Amazing work. Congratulations on the show....here's to many more.*****************  Anne Nayer · CEO at Coach Paradise Algis' work is stunning and continues to delight and amaze me with it's artistry and deeply considered juxtaposition of the ancient and the new, the universal and the personal, the serious and the whimsical. I love this body of of work and can't wait to see what he will come up with next.******************  Vijendra Rao I have followed Algis Thomas Kemezys for close to a quarter century now, barring a few years of gap in between when we were out of touch. I first got introduced to his "Holy Cow" series in 1992-93. Pictures from that series bore the Algis stamp of originality and authority. Then was his "Melting Moments" (I hope I remember the title of the series right), which was creatively a giant step, even by Algis' high standard, thematically futuristic and realistic, and result-wise spectacular and mind-numbing. Now, his "Born of Stone" series marks a significant departure for Algis in that he continues his stunning experimentation. The result is there for all to see. Without any hesitation, I vote for this great photo-artist. All the best Algis.****************  Ayşe Erbil · St. George's Austrian High School Thıs ıs Mıke Levy on Ayse's page. I just want to say that, for me, Algıs' work has condensed mıllenıa ınto a moment. He has a vısıon unseen by no other. What took the unıverse vast eons to create and humankınd centurıes to form Algıs has combıned to make dazzlıng combınatıons of antıdeluvıan stone and Hellenıc genıus unımagıned by any other artıst alıve or dead. Bravo to the man who has seen what no other has!******************  Shel Goldstein · Actress, Represented by Jordan & Associates Talent Management, at Independent Performing Artist Classic beauty reimagined / reimaged / enhanced with Algis ' unique quirky aesthetic. Myth blended forward into the Present, advancing backwards and laterally as well as forward; shimmering ghostly in supernatural light, calling us to re-engage.**************  Surendra Nathan · Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Algis is a great friend of mine. During his last visit to India about a decade ago, he had put up a photographic exhibition at the renowned Tata Theatre in Mumbai on the theme “HOLY COW”, which had received overwhelming response from the public as well as from the media. These photographs depicted the cows of India in their natural habitat, cows nonchalantly roaming through India unattended, cows being worshiped, cows in Stone (like the famous Nandi Bull), cows being lovingly bathed in the holy Ganges, cows having been dressed in festive attires, etc. etc. were all soul-stirring - artistical...See More*************  Peter Starr · President at Velocitas Managment Inc Algis is devoted to his work, his attention to detail is impressive combined with a great sense of color.************  Jon Kalina Algis Kemezys is one of the most original and talented photograhers I've had the pleasure to encounter. His creativity is only matched by the superb professionalism and technical expertise that he brings to his art.*************  Roberta Lynn Garber · Works at Self-Employed Magnificent work !!!! So inspiring smile emoticon  Alan Tyler · Mississauga, Ontario Algis this is so amazing. I truly love your work. The beauty of the work and title Born in Stone. Good luck with it. best wishes. Alan Tyler***************  Jonathan Gray · Calgary, Alberta Such remarkable work! The power and depth of these eternal archetypes are so fully brought to life here. The presence of the gods and godesses becomes so very vital in these interpretations and they can be felt deeply in the blood and and essence of all of us.************  Milanka Milaan Maricic · Selling clouds at Jova danguba Hi my friend Apollon... I hope to see your Gods and Goddesses in Louvre soon! You inspire my writings and imagination every day again and again! ************* Thom Ayres Amazing imagery, great use of color! ***************** Lisa Solod · Savannah, Georgia Stunning!!!! Thank you.************  Susanne Freeborn · President at San Francisco Homestay Inc. Wonderful work************* Mary Katherine Manuel Absolutely amazing and totally beautiful. Hoping you win.*************  Mary Katherine Manuel Best wishes again, I am sure you are the best in the competition.*********  Buzz Burza · I am my own career at Self Algis is someone I've known for more than 30 years and his work continues to amaze and astound me. I consider it an honour to know someone whose work is considered worthy of the Louvre. ************* Bob Williams · Butte, Montana Very awesome my friend!! Love them all!!! *************** Daniela Cerrato thanks for all the beauty inside your works. **************** Claire Talltree · Snohomish, Washington I discovered Algis Kemezys a year ago, and have followed him ever since. His juxtapositions of stone and stone-art are amazing... I hope to see lots more of his work in the future. What a talented artist! ************* Susan Mitchell I love the interaction between light, color, and line in these visual constructions. They almost seem to be lit from within with sculptures emerging with that light. ************** Connie Mack · San Francisco, California Algis' multifaceted expressions impress me deeply. His work should be heralded. *************** Rozie Barnes I have known Algis Thomas Kemezys for many years. He never ceases to amaze me with his awesomeness. What an eye he has! Algis, I am wishing you the best of luck in this contest. You certainly deserve top prize!! Love you dearly!! ***************  Carolyna Lovely · Songwriter at Pollyanna Publishing Algis Thomas Kemezys has reimagined a classic style and created something original and inspirational. these works move me to feelings of knowing - as though a memory that has been with me for centuries is bubbling to the surface and if I look at this work long enough the knowing will explode in me. I find this very exciting. Continuedsuccess and creation. Carolyna Lovely  Bianca Neve These images are lovely! Sugith Varughese · Writer/actor/director/playwright at Film and Television Industry Fascinating and moving photographs. I hope you get to bring this show to Canada.  Mary Holden · Central High School If da Vinci had been able to use a camera, he'd have manifested art similar to what Algis has done in this series. Somewhere, the soul of da Vinci is smiling. Somewhere, the soul of "David" is smiling too. Think about it: stone captures the action of the sculptor as he or she carries out a new vision. A camera simulates the human eye--and the brain's receptivity. Kemezys uses the spirit, the feeling, in both stone and machine to bring a new vision to humans of the Earth. Let us celebrate this creativity as we dance in his light, as we study in the comet's tail of his glow.  Ray Mond · Photographer at Ray Mond PHOTOGRAPHIE Very nice work, I voted with pleasure............. https://ray-mond.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 28, 2015 11:22am  Osaka Ourredyarn · Studying at Unemployed truly amazing. elevates photography to the heights of oils and sculptures as an art appreciation  Debra A Morse · Of counsel at Galente Ganci, APC This work is so inspired and very beautiful! It's deserving of lots of attention.  James Nantais · Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA Stunning, I love Algis attention to detail of shadow and ligjht. The mix of modern and ancient all make me feel the history, and both cold and warmth. Beautiful collection. I would truly love to see these in person, as they feel so dimensional.  Bill Schwartz As a nature photographer, I am always looking for hidden images in tree bark, cloud formations, and naturally occurring crystalline formations. It is like a "Magic Eye" picture when I see something that others might not notice. Algis does a magnificent job in finding hidden images in nature, and I always enjoy seeing the fruit of his labor.  Lisa Murray Kern · Works at Humor and Parenting Writer I'm not sure if the stone brings the images to life or if the images bring life to the stone. Either way, Algis has found an artful marriage among these different media and all of us are able to enjoy it.  Pat Langner · Hooman at Tobyland Love the colours, shapes, & perspectives. Gorgeous!  Ali Velioğlu · Iş yeri sahibi at Bej Dekorasyon You created a re-born art by blending nature's completeness with monuments extanding from the depths of history,Algis. Congragulations for arousing our aesthetics perception.  Natalie K Munden · Works at Writer Congratulations on this beautiful, thought-provoking show. The sculptors each saw the figures, beauty and effects of light before they made the first chisel into stone. In this series you "return" the artists' materials from where they came. Brings to mind "ashes to ashes," "Dust to dust." Everything returns to the beginning.  Elizabeth Lueda Amerine · Works at Self-Employed I love the concept of integrating stone scupltures with uncut stone which speaks to the unseen beauty found in the artist's inner vision. We could all learn to appreciate the unseen by seeing this wonderful collection.  Dorinda Florida Algis works allows one to pretend to be the original sculptor and to perhaps some idea of how they envision something beautiful in a rock.  Terri Davis · Oakdale High You show what will stand forever and it is beautiful!  Maristella Tagliaferro · Autore at Treccani.it Algis Kemezys brings us to a Golden Age, his works open our heart vision to a better world m  Georgios Xasiotis · Works at Self-Employed I saw your foto's and they are exceptionally inspired !! Yes, i will vote positive and comment it, for you. I am amazed by the adoption of idea, natural matter (marlbe/stone) sculptures, on natural (stone) canvas. Both natural elements on the foto's, are genuine prodocts of Greek soil, the Greek scupturers and the marmor as also the stonerry Greek landscape, that made these formations of human and nature. Keep on the exceptionally artistic giving.  Kathy Cleat Quirion · Kennebec Valley As always, you are my eyes to the world of culture!  Nino Sanna · Rome, Italy Great work!! Amazing!! https://ninosan.see.me/exposure2015  Paula Sciuk · Unencumbered Creative at Visual Artist An intruiging concept in merging the Grecian sculpture over stone slabs - great depth and beautiful colors!! Best of luck!! https://paulasciuk.see.me/exposure2015 Paula Sciuk · Unencumbered Creative at Visual Artist Algis Thomas Kemezys - yes, at the Louvre!!!! Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:19am  Andreea Burciu-Ballen · Artist/Owner at Andreea B. Ballen Photography love the juxtaposition in the content and composition. nice work. voted! thank you for having stopped by my page: https://www.facebook.com/andreea.burciuballen  Bill Yarrow · Professor of English at Joliet Junior College The miraculous inheres in the everyday. These photos by Algis Kemezys are proof.  Deborah Quimby Heald I enjoy traveling the world with you Algis....though it be, only on my laptop! My dear friend, I look forward to walking through the Louvre,,via the internet, viewing Your Masterpieces...along side the greatest the world has to offer. You have earned, as well as, deserve... this opportumity!!!  Kimberly Mallett · Photographer at Kimberly Mallett Productions How can one not get a feeling of being transfixed and taken back in time with such wonderful images taken! Love your series Algis! Best of Luck!  Kelle Tallman's Laws · Scientist at Quantum Physics Amazing..  Annelisa Posen Exquisit artworks!  Chletsos Vassilis · Works at Ωρομίσθιος ελεγκτής φοροδιαφυγής Dear Algi, such an inspiring artwork. You were blessed and illuminated I guess by the ancient Gods, in order to reach such a high level of inspiration. I feel lucky seen your amazing work. Keep on dreaming and creating… Well done my friend.. smile emoticon  Vitus Vitula · Works at Vittorio Chiampan Really a particula work! Well done! Voted!  Rob Trick · Stand-up Comedy at Film and Television Industry As a peer I felt i should comment in my capacity as a photographer. it is always a good sign when any artist thinks to them selves "I wish I had thought of that". I have seen it in all art. And I can't wait to see what Algis produces next!!  Paulo Coelho · IPF - Instituto Português de Fotografia Your work is awesome Algis. Good luck!!!!!!  Judy Joy Jones Art · Works at Fineartamerica.com/profiles/joy-angel.html Excellent!  Penn Kemp · Writer at Our Garden This work evokes another dimensionality to enter from a mythic realm of the classical imaginal: a sudden intrusion through texture and lighting rips into the present. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 1:08pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million Penn! I have goosebumps and you have a fabulous Summer! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 6:11am  Penn Kemp · Writer at Our Garden Algis Thomas Kemezys Truly, literally FABulous!  Kathy Pratt Dorko · Skowhegan, Maine Wow- fantastic work  Ohsie Austria Stunning work! VOTED! Feel free to vote and comment at my work here https://ohsieaustria.see.me/exposure2015 Thank you.  Hulya Eksigil · Montreal, Quebec Utterly beautiful. Rocks come to life and gods and goddesses turn to rock, where they belong.  Maria Heng · Monk's Hill Secondary School Rock On, Algis!  Michele Baron · Washington, District of Columbia very interesting rock and overlaid images... good luck with your work smile emoticon  Gavin Miller Interesting concept and a great execution! Thanks for sharing!  Steve Alberts Roberts · Owner at Rockin Vinyl Records & Collectibles nice job  Greg Correll · New Paltz (village), New York such compelling images  Kevin Latumaelissa waoow nice gallery frown emoticon  Heather Michon · Chief Storyteller at Memorie-blog.com I love these! They challenge me to look at both the natural stone and the sculpted works more deeply, and to really think about both the beauty of what nature can create, and what artists can create from nature. Best of luck, Algis!  William Bickford · Works at Retired Algis.Pati & I knew your work was genius back in 1978 when u were taking pics locally. We were priveleged to view ur work & know u! Show the universe ur brilliance!  Crystal Edwards Adding the combining the figures and the rock is timeless and beautifully haunting.  Rebecca Matiesen Very thought provoking.  See'r Kennel · Scrambling at Primarily Staying Alive Impressive imagination and originality in Mr Kemezys work.. have been watching for awhile now, not sure I've ever seen anything else quite like it. Daphne Varenya Eleusinia · Università degli Studi di Milano Beautiful and amazing work!! Many compliments, and I look forward to always seeing more!!! Bravo e continua così!!!  Deendayal Murarka · Owner at Builders & Developers Very nice & inspiring click...which make aware the new face of stone age....congrates..deendayal murarka  Elizabeth McNeil Chadwick · Works at Retired Museum quality work worthy of further public attention!  Kghengis Khan Roslinda · Cal poly San luis Obispo/Allan Hancock JR college The artistry and imagination sets my mind to wonders I've haven't even yet, begun to imagine. The composition of color and formation are very striking and draws me in.........thank you for sharing and bringing your inner world unto mine............  Samah El Hage Thumbs up! If you want to support my work : https://samahelhage.see.me/exposure2015  Laurie Lightbody · Works at MSAD 54 Always find your work amazing. love it, more more  Raymond Lecourt RL · Toronto, Ontario Wonderful work and textures! 3D like images..WOW  Robin Lisherness · Works at Retired An amazing collection from one of my favorite artists! They transport me! Beatriz Glez Sa Voted, My best wishes to you. have a good day!I would appreciate that that you like and vote my work https://beatrizglezsa.see.me/exposure2015 Alexandre Cortinhas · Escola de Artes Pablo Picasso Beautiful and very interesting series. Love it! if you wat to support my work: https://xandrecortinhas.see.me/exposure2015  Robbie Rox · Boss, vocalist, composer at Self employed, musican/actor wow!!! Truly amazing work!!!! Good luck!!  Kate Groves · Starfleet Academy One has to resist the urge to reach out and touch these images... so rich & textural! get to actaully touch one one day. Maybe I should have one just for touching.  Shay Lynn Kangro · Ryerson University Absolutely stunning work..angelic and took my breath away. Best wishes  Brittany Comunale Beautiful and unique portfolio, Algis! I love your work - best of luck to you! I would appreciate your support if possible, too!  Jeff Thrasher · Owner at Self-Employed Really Incredible Work! Just Love It!  Christine Geery · President and Ceo of Christine does Everything at Chez Geery and Hyperblimp.com at Chez Geery Algis is the most gifted photographer who's work I love to see. They command your attention to detail.  Susanne Wigström · SÖKANDE at Mellan två arbeten THANK YOU !! For sharing your AMAZING photo´s... I LOVE ALL of your work, both theese an others I seen from you (past the years ) We have been friends a couple of years know. Hugs from Sweden heart emoticon  Bob Eckstein · New York, New York Fantastic work!!!!  John Hart · Business Management Consultant at Business Management for wild t and the spirit Algis Thomas Kemezys Is creating some of the most intersting compositions of photographic Art for oue world to enjoy, as a medium of expression. There is a primitive yet modern approach to the works. Bravo to this wonderful artist making new statments for the world of Art . Read more on Hart news line via Canada News wire in weeks to come. John Hart asses.  Dwight Druick Thank you Algis for reminding us that the natural world around us continues to echo with the classical beauty of antiquity. The gods still walk among us! Visionary work, Algis.  Laurie Oliver · Works at Action Realty of Jefferson City, Inc. There is a mystical quality to Algis work that completely captures your attention and imagination. It is always a thrill to see his works. I vote for him, and feel he deserves recognition. Good luck, Algis!  Maria Hawkins Love your use of form and textures with thus kind of exhibition you really are showing the world what a great artist you are. Bravo! Chris Picco Awesome work. So expressing and impressing at the same moment. It touches my soul. Art to be quiet and listen to story what it tells. Really extraordinary. I love it !!! Jack Scott Author · Manager at Springtime Books An interesting blend of Mother Earth and man's divine inventions.  Ranjana Nigam Sodhi · Jawaharlal Nehru University You have amazing talent . Work is authentic . Very creative . Gail Walter · Writer at Uncommontravel What an extraordinary reinvention of unique works. I would not have thought it possible that these could be tastefully embellished in a way that would add value but Algis has done this with what seems to be a collaboration with the original artist's muse.  Soufiane Ken · Folsom, Louisiana Good luck  Linda Shiue · Works at Palo Alto Medical Foundation These photographs are a fascinating glimpse into the inner world of sculpture. The juxtaposition of classical sculpture with ancient stone brings both to life. So original and thought provoking! Kannadasa Dasan · Clerck at Central Govt. Employee Algis Thomas Kemezys is an excellent photographer with a great poets brain and an eagles eyes. i have read about the ancient fame of greece.....in his photos i can imagine the old glory of greece. i think......ALGIS eyes can see both the east and the west at a time.  Julie Davis · Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Beautifully done Algis smile emoticon Good luck to you always. Nancy Blaisdell Baxter Algis produces inspiring art work and interesting concepts. Like · Reply · 1 · May 20, 2015 7:33am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Love you for that, Nancy...Thanks! Like · Reply · May 20, 2015 8:23am  Louise Rheault · McGill University Truly creative and inspirational Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 7, 2015 4:52am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Louise Rheault, You have had the last word for a few days! How did it feel? Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 9, 2015 4:42am  Julian West · Works at Myths are History Wonderful photography! Would make a great DVD / slideshow / video installation smile emoticon Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 8:51am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Julian. What a good idea. Hope you have an excellent summer with inspiration around every bend. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 5:03am  Penn Kemp · Writer at Our Garden https://twitter.com/pennkemp/status/602567421984047104 Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 6:25am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec That is so absolutely wonderful of you, Penn. Your the best and may you live long and prosper in the Arts. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 7:05pm  Dalva Doss I love the blending and play on art imitating nature but also nature as art. These pictures put me in mind of the Romantic poets and their love of the sublime, the mythology of the Greeks, and of the rural countryside. So taken altogether a rather pleasant experience arises in my senses of the interconnectedness of all things regardless of time. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 8:11am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Dalva, I love the interconnectedness. You Rock! Have a great summer on me! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:00pm  Amy Calder · Reporter/Columnist at Morning Sentinel Exquisite work by Algis Kemezys!!!!! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 16, 2015 11:49am  Bill Black · Ottawa, Ontario Beautiful work, absolutely stunning. A great artist smile emoticon Like · Reply · 1 · May 31, 2015 11:59am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I am blushing with that excellent comment Bill. Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:28am  Ric Tresa · Owner at Self-Employed That is a great idea, what you have done here. Very creative, I'm not kidding. A tip of my hat to you Algis from one artist to another. Like · Reply · 1 · May 23, 2015 1:13pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Ric. I hope you have a fine summer. Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:55pm  Sir Kalifatullah Ermaya Well, i did it Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 6:33pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Sir Kalifatullah Ermaya, now add why these images have meaning to you. The third step. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:46pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much..Sir Kalifatullah Ermaya! Have a great summer and add why you like these if they resonate with you. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:48pm  Dale Smith · Director/Curator at Dale Smith Gallery, SDS Curating This work should definitely be seen in Paris. Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 5:19am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Dale. I agree with you whole heartedly. Have a great Summer on me! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 5:53am  Ayşe Erbil · St. George's Austrian High School What a genial idea to make those photos in a most dramatic way! It takes one back to the old times and into a dreamland Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 4:57am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Ayse. You Rock! Actually the rocky cliffs you showed me Avalik had a bit to do with this. Best to Mike and ask him to write something...please..Cheers... Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 6:30am  Anne Cameron Cutri · Author/Illustrator at Rich in Spirit: Self Discovery Creative Expression in Worship & Prayer By superimposing the ancient sculpture on the ancient rock, suggests such interesting narratives an sparks the imagination! Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 9:00pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for the wonderful statement. I have goosebumps! Have a great summer Anne! Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:01am  Mauricio Villamil Betancourt · Director of Communications at Fundación Mundo Mejor Algis my dear friend, I am so proud of you and amazed by your talent... your work reflects on that inner light you have in your heart and soul... yes, that is it... your work has an amazing soul... congratulations for the success and wish you only the best.... Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 5:53am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Mauricio Villamil Betancourto, if I was there i would take you out for some Mondongo! Thanks so much and have a great summer. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 8:00am  Mauricio Villamil Betancourt · Director of Communications at Fundación Mundo Mejor Algis Thomas Kemezys We have a date...lol Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:04am  Philip Seltzer · City College of New York Congratulations on this wonderful project and the fabulous exhibition in Athens. It is certainly a feather in your cap but it deserves a much wider audience. These stunning artworks go far beyond the Hellenic experience and certainly echo Michelangelo's statement that great sculptures are already in the stone and all the artist does is to simply expose them. Good luck with this competition Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 8:15am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Phil for your astute statement. Indeed Michelangelo's work figures into this. Boy just looking around , some folks have several hundred likes and comments... Thanks for the Luck, I am going to use it considering I started too late. Come up to Quebec with Bruce and stay here a few days. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 9:47am  Kimberly Borchardt · St. Olaf College These are wonderful illustrations of antiquities, which impart an emotive sense of what Joseph Campbell describes in The Power of Myth to human culture. Your other efforts to share the ancient world through media such as video, are educational, thought-provoking, and often humorous, and your personal enthusiasm to share the past with the present is contagious and admirable. Good luck! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 23, 2015 7:31pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Kimberly, esp bringing JC into the conversation. Guess he had more of an effect on me that I realised. Like · Reply · Jun 23, 2015 8:06pm  Sally Dugas Greeley · Senior Practice Resource Manager at Smart Eyecare Center Your photography is "breathtaking"! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 23, 2015 4:33pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million Sally! You Rock sister! Like · Reply · Jun 23, 2015 8:05pm  Susie Lindau · Blogger, writer, screenwriter at Susie Lindau's Wild Ride Very cool, Algis! It's great to we you are still producing fine works of art. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 1, 2015 4:56pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Susie, Hope you have an excellent year! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:25am  Giada Randaccio Skouras-Sweeny beautiful beautiful work!!! https://giadarandaccioskourassweeny.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 29, 2015 2:05am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Giada. You Rock! Like · Reply · 1 · May 29, 2015 10:15am  Jacqueline Greaves · Barnard College I can't wait to see in person one of these pieces as they must be amazing. I really like this artist's work and can follow only on FB. There is a sense always of the past, but with a futuristic vision based on his sense of tradition, culture and self-awareness. Beautiful. Like · Reply · 1 · May 28, 2015 8:19am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Dearly for that Jacqueline. May you have a fime summer and more. Like · Reply · May 28, 2015 4:51pm  Romina Di Gasbarro · Singer-songwriter at Musician Imaginative and poeticl...Congratulations on your wonderful work, Algis! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 12:57pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Romina. Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:51pm  Beth Mann · Manahawkin, New Jersey Such a magical, mythical feel. We've all heard that expression "frozen in time" but your images bring that expression a whole other deeper, dreamier meaning. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 8:17am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Your the best Beth and I thank you dearly for that. May you live long and prosper. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:18am  Tom Tomoyoshi Hino · Queen's University Amazing and inspirational art history of Western Civilization. A masterpiece! Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 8:26am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for Tom. You nailed it. May you live long and prosper. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:03pm  Philip John Pinsent · Jakarta, Indonesia The transience of beauty and emotions in intransigent stone, how there artist transforms thehard into something soft for posterity to appreciate and wonder Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 1, 2015 7:03am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I am speechless Philip. Thanks so very much. Terema Kashi Banyak! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:27am  John Walker · Works at National Film Board of Canada There are so many images these days that have little to say. This series is unique.I have never seen anything quite like it before. Arrestingimagery that keeps you coming back.Bravo! Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 10:42am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec OMG I love every word of that John. Thanks so very much coming a truely creative soul and visionary movie maker. Here's hoping you have the best summer and that our paths cross one day sooner than later. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 5:01am  Amanda Thompson Carver · Cook (servant) at Fry Cook at the Krusty Krab I simply adore them! Gives me the same fluttering in my tummy that I can remember as a barely-teen getting in big trouble for something...with just a little smirk because i'd ALMOST gotten away with it! Such a raw emotion! Love it. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 2:02pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Amanda, Thanks a million for the flutters I am now feeling in my tummy. You rock. Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:09am  Fergus Hambleton · Harris Institute Nice job....the colour sensibility casts another layer on these images...the combination of the fixed nature of the past ("set in stone" so to speak) with the elusiveness of the colour is an effective way of getting in touch with those warriors,horses etc all caught in a living moment, so many years ago Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 6:20am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks for the wonderful statement here Fergus. You rock! May you have the best summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:29am  Alberto Di Mauro · Sapienza Università di Roma classic images emerging from an archaic world as a metaphor of a deep unconscious discovery https://ennico.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 23, 2015 11:30pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec That is just fantastic. Thanks so very much Alberto. You rock brother and make sure you have a fabulous summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:31am  Michael Joy · President at Linqua Franca Films Inc It's a rare obsession keeping the classical world alive and an inspired idea to reunite the sculptures scattered around the world with the rocky islands that birthed them, ouroboros for the devotees. Keep going Al don't ever stop. Like · Reply · 1 · May 23, 2015 8:39am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Michael, Thanks for touching base in such a meaningful way. You rock! Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:59pm  Ana Ana Peña J. This magnificent work makes me think about the old philosophy mix with mythological beings which reigned the first thoughts of a rich enlightening civilisation. Just in this time, it is imperative we don´t forget the beauty and achievement from the past. We are been consuming by " the modernity style of life", the technology and materialism, therefor, we don´t stop to think about --what was the legacy from the past? -- This work is a great opportunity to make a brake in ours live to answer this question... thanks Algis Thomas Kemezys from Ana Ana Peña J. ( a professor in IPCHILE, Area TIC-IT) Like · Reply · 3 · May 22, 2015 10:15am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Ana Ana, this might one of the most important perspectives anyone has written like this. May your visonary understanding come true. Thanks again and may you live long and Prosper! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 4:54pm  Suzanne Smith · Beautiful work as usual. Thank you for being such a great artist. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 11:22pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Suzanne, Thanks for being you! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:22am  Michel Chamberland beautiful art smile emoticon Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 6:07pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million Michel..have a great summer too! Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 8:45am  Denise Drouin · Conservatoire Lassalle Amazing art ! Love the mixage details and the way it lights! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 4, 2015 7:03pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Denise! You rock! Have an excellent Summer! Like · Reply · Jun 5, 2015 6:07am  Ralph H Tingey · Ridgway, Colorado Amazing photography! I spent years studying the languages and cultures of the ancient Classical world and the Near East. This exhibit brings back wonderful memories. Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 5:36pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Wow thats interesting Ralph. I am so glad that happened for you and that you shared it here... Thanks again for your time and may you live long and prosper. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:20pm  Monique Romeiko Very detailed body of work, at once serious but also whimsical and mysterious. I like all the textures. Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 12:42pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for those keen points Monique. I love them. Here is hoping you have the best summer ever with the energy to do all the things you wish to. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:55am  Enpuku-ji Zen · McGill University Algis, capturing the "spirit"! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 4:47am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Simply Great. Thanks Enpuku. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 5:53am  Frank Troiano Algis you have created superb and very unique images that I will never forget--keep up the great work--best--Frank. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 8:47am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Frank, Thank you so very much. I will do my best if you have a great summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:17am  Laurel Smith · Founder and President at MOVINGLIGHT Very interesting art.!! I voted and shared on Facebook and Twitter. Best of luck to you. Laurel ~ http://laurelsmith.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 9:07pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Laurel, have a great summer. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:31am  Josette Perrotta Love your work! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 1, 2015 1:47pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec THANKS Josette. You rock sister! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:25am  Donald McCoy · Orleans, Ontario I have never seen better photography as yours. Keep up the excellent work Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 10:29pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Your the best Donald. Thanks so very much! Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:48am  Donald McCoy · Orleans, Ontario I always loved the work that you do. Btw I still have some of the pics or your earlier days when you lived in Toronto Such amazing photography Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 10:27pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Donald. May you have a great summer and more.... Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:49am  Andrius Hansen Kemezys · Direktør at AK Entreprise ApS It's amazing how people could make these statues so many years ago. I think your photos show the very best side of the ancient art in stones. Impressive! Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 11:11am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Labai garrei...Thanks so much Andrius. I agree with you here. Hope you have a great summer there...is the swimming good ? Thanks again...algis Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:59am  Daryl X. Jung · Toronto, Ontario You nailed it again, Allie! Amazing stuff!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 8:44am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Daryl. Live long and prosper but have a great summer first. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 7:07pm  Reid Collins · Media Photographer at Titan360 Wow very creative group of images! https://reidcollins.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 9:36pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Reid, I think you work and my other work is very similar! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:34am  Kevin Kemezys These pictures: truly have a different reflection in the eye of the beholder. Could stare at them all day ! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 1:59pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Kevin, Your the Best. Thanks so much ! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:26am  Tabby Johnson Breathe taking in all it's splendour! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 8:22am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so very much Tabby. May you have a fabulous summer! Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 9:44am  Cora Whitmore · Visual Artist at Freelance Employment I so hope your magnificent work will be shown at the Louvre. I love that you have chosen sculpture from holy places in Greece. Your work is a stunningly beautiful and creative blend of the ancient primordial and the spiritual. Bearing witness to sacred Mother Earth and the Creation through the medium of art could not be more important at this time in history. Bravo!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 30, 2015 3:49am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million for that Cora. Your excellent. Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 31, 2015 3:02am  Lise Melin Last summer, we purchased a "Born in Stone" print, and it is prominently displayed in our home. We were properly seduced by our beautiful Aphrodite , and her powers enchant us daily. Thank you Algis. Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 12:06pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Tha is just wonderful to know and so glad you shared that with me. Yes it's true buy a Born in Stone and be enchanted daily. here is hoping you have an excellent summer with your Aphrodite. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:23pm  AL Runt · Toronto, Ontario Amazing work well done Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 10:44am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Come from the advant Guard I really appreciate it Runt. May you have the best summer with lots of good friends... Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:23pm  Hayley Rose Beautiful. I always loved his work! Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 8:40am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Hayley and that why I always loved you. Have the best summer and keep on keeping on. Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 5:06am  Joel Zifkin · Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle Richard Thompson Band With these thought provoking beauties, Algis Kemezy seems to transcend the constraints of media and time. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 7:57am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Joel. Can I quote You? Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:19am  Joel Zifkin · Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle Richard Thompson Band truth. absolutely. you too ! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 7:00am  Keith Vander Wees · Works at Songwriter Love Love Love This work! Very original and inspiring , it gives me feelings of awe and excitement Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 7:12am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Love you for that Keith. You Rock. Have a fun Summer on me! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:20am  A Woman With A Camera | Patricia L. Walker Very interesting portfolio of work here! Really like your compositional work of color and texture and stone. Very nice. You've got my vote. And thank you for yours. https://awomanwithacamera.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 9:56pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks for the good words. See you out there one day! Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 5:59am  Sintija Kemezyte Truly genius, I love the contrast of the stone against the stone! Keep up the good work! Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 5:22pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Sintija, Your the best sisiter a guy ever had.Thanks ! I hope your coastline does not get any of that oil. Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:04am  Josh Bruening · Istanbul, Turkey I was privy to the viewing of such a marvelous collection as it was on display close to where I live. I hope that this exhibit gets the critical acclaim it deserves if shown at the Louvre in Paris. All the best Algis Thomas Kemezys Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 5:57am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Joshua, Thats because your special. Thanks so much buddy! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:59am  Alexandros Kouloumphs · Ithaca, Greece its very good job my friend congrats Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 9:24am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Alexandros Kouloumphs, say hello to everyone for me. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:15pm  Jimmy Richardson · Works at Strada Armonia Absolutely mesmerizing! Beautiful! Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 2:57pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for mesmerizing me with your wonderful statement Jimmy. Have the best summer ever and Keep on Rocking brother. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:53am  Jill Mather · Works at Now magazine Algis Kemezys' work is awe inspiring! His images leave me with a full heart. It gives me great joy to witness his unrelenting creativity. Thrive on, Algis!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 2:06pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Your the Best Jill. Thanks so much. have a great summer now on me. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:51pm  Todd Page · Ring master at Friends of Jed Algis' Photo's are images that jump out at you from myriads of visual content on the internet. It would be a great privilege to view the prints in person. Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 12:47pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Wow and Thanks Todd. I hope that happens for you one day soon. have a great summer and keep on keeping on. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:52pm  Paul Joseph Chetcuti · Works at Self Employed, Writer, Etc. These photos are transcendant. Bridging the past and the present, giving up inspiration for the future. Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 9:48am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for giving us HOPE Paul. You rock and may you live long and prosper! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:56pm  Daniel Lynch · University of Toronto Algis Kemezyz work continues to inspire and provoke. His whimsical artistic photographs are a testament to the breath of his talent and knowledge of the classics. He has become an classic. Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 9:46am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Can I quote you on that one Daniel? Thanks so much and may you always be in good company! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:57pm  Victor Sinclair · Brampton, Ontario Amazing work which defines the meaning of the understanding of what a true artist his. Creator of art employing the use of imagination to evoke the mind by adding to the conversation of possibilities. Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 5:38am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I llove that Victor. Thanks so much! May your summer be grand. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 5:52am  Graeme Campbell · Toronto, Ontario Mythology birthed from rock. Fantastic. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 5:21pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I love that Graeme. Thanks somuch and may your summer be exciting. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:06am  Bruce Greer · University of Maine I love your work, that was inspiring and beautiful. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 7:43am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Bruce, I love hearing that from my oldest friend. Have a great summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:20am  Stephen Ouimette · Actor at Stratford Festival gob smacked by the sheer power and beauty of these works... Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 7:04am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much! Your the best Stephen and may you land the best job yet.... Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:22am  Robert Starkey · Facilitator at Shamanic Ritual Breathwork I always look forward to Algis' work. I have lived in Greece, so it always brings me back to the experience of timelessness one feels when surrounded by ancient art. He succeeds in capturing the spirit of those works. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 7:04am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Robert, Thanks for the wonderful words here. Hope to see you in Greece one day? Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:58am  Ig Med · Western University there are so many derivative and non-original works of art these days ......... this exhibit is no such thing ...... you have done it again algis! congrats. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 5:40pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Ig, I don't know if I have done it again but am always glad to have done anything well once. This might be the case. Thanks again.. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:16am  Cynthia S. Lee I have followed your creativity for awhile. I admire your work in many different mediums. I enjoy your observation and sensibilities that come through your work. In addition, your writing that often accompany your art creation is very original and unique. Wishing you all the success with this project that you so deserve. Go all the way !!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 7:29am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec You certainly know how to make a fellows day and I totally appreciate it. Thanks again and again...Have the best year ever. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 11:55am  Rob Macauda · Mfg. Supervisor at Sikorsky Aircraft Simply said this is outstanding work. may all the Gods bring you the best of luck my brother. Like · Reply · 1 · May 20, 2015 9:37pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks for the excellent comment Rob! May you live long and prosper. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 6:01am  Esen Kunt It's amazing how a rock reveals its hidden beauty. Those photographs remind me that we should look at nature with a great care and attention. Congratulations and thank you Algis for those beautiful and incredible images that you put into our lives. Like · Reply · 2 · May 29, 2015 11:46am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for the rocking comment Esen. Rocks deserve another look indeed but the ones in Greece deserve all your attention. These rocks are holy because they are from Sacred Places in Greece. Here's hoping you have an excellent summer! Like · Reply · May 29, 2015 1:51pm  Kitkat Delacruz · Finacial Especialist at AXA I love this art and your are very atistic. The art, color are very classical imagery and good for art gallery collectibles. Like · Reply · 1 · May 28, 2015 6:22am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for that Kitkat. Have a great summer. Like · Reply · 1 · May 28, 2015 4:50pm  Dinos Papadopoulos · Ithaca, Greece Eclectic work just like a dream lost in thought. Like · Reply · 1 · May 28, 2015 12:27am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Efharistow para poli Dinos. That is me in my work. Like · Reply · 1 · May 28, 2015 5:23am  Thomas Sise · Sedbergh school montebello QC Wonderful Work Algis ! So great to see someone with such fine control of his medium. Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 1:39pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million Thomas. It took 45 years of practice to get here and be able to do this using some Myths as a catalist. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:21pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Have a great summer and come see us in Ste Adele. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:21pm  Don Angelico · Works at Paw Marx Algis, the original artist freed the sculpture from the rock. You have reimbedded it in new rock while freeing the colour. Quite stunning. Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 8:25am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Nice Don, Your a poet or a philosopher which ever thanks for sharing your thoughts. Here is hoping we see one another sooner than later. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:25pm  Yvonne Morandi · Brè Sopra Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland molto interessante ! love heart emoticon Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 5:09am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Bravo, Gratzi Yvonne. Have an excellent summer. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 7:27pm  Dave Rickert This work is beyond genius. The blending of classical with contemporary leaves one staring breathlessly at the work for hours. I used to own a photography business and thought I was pretty good, but this work makes mine look amateurish. Bravo Algis! I can only ask you to give us more. Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 4:28pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I am speechluess with that comment Dave and I thank you so much for that. Your the best. I appreciate the comment but am sure your work has it high points where everything else pales in comparision. With that said here is hoping your summer is fabulous and that this year brings you excellent things. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:52am  Deborah Fruchtman Your work is truly amazing. Congrats on the exhibit. Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 11:38am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so very much Deborah. Your truely amazing and such a great inspiration as well. You rock sister. Hugs and Knishes to the whole family. Hope we can see each other this summer? Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:57am  Josh Medad I have never seen art like this before, it truly rocked my world wink emoticon Keep up the great work Algis, you are one of a kind! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 12:36pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a billion Josh. Indeed you do rock for saying that. may your summer be filled with good things and times. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:53pm  Surendra Nathan · Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Algis is a great friend of mine. During his last visit to India about a decade ago, he had put up a photographic exhibition at the renowned Tata Theatre in Mumbai on the theme “HOLY COW”, which had received overwhelming response from the public as well as from the media. These photographs depicted the cows of India in their natural habitat, cows nonchalantly roaming through India unattended, cows being worshiped, cows in Stone (like the famous Nandi Bull), cows being lovingly bathed in the holy Ganges, cows having been dressed in festive attires, etc. etc. were all soul-stirring - artistical...See More Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 11:05am  Perry Stern · Works at Self-Employed Wonderful work, Algis. As always, you rock! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 7:52am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Hey Perry, thanks so mush. You rock too and may you live long and laugh. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 7:01pm  Rimvydas Kemežys · Kauno Technologijos Universitetas One word - AMAZING... I'm waiting for next wonderful jobs. Good luck Algis! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 7:46am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Achute Rimvydas. May you have all the best jobs continuously. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 7:02pm  Marios Texnion · Architect/Engineer ancient greek art awakes all our senses ... congratulation Mr. Algis for promoting ancient greek art with your own charismatic way !!!!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 1:24pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Marios, You have certainly awaken my senses with that. Have an excellent summer on me. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:10am  Christine Alevizakis · Toronto, Ontario Love this project---Creates a continuity between earth time, ancient time and the present. Beautiful! Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 9:49am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Christine for those marvelous words that are really visionary. You Rock sisiter! Hope your fine and that your summer has great surprises for you. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:15am  Ezra Soiferman · Montreal, Quebec Etched in stone and etched in our memories, these works are powerful and original. Big fan. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 8:59am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for the etched brilliance. You Rock Ezra. Have a great summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:16am  George Anthony · Ryerson University Wonderful work, fascinating, hypnotic. After your shows in Athens and Paris this year I hope you'll bring your stunning Stones to Toronto. And New York. And Los Angeles. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 8:25am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a billion George. Can i quote you? Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:18am  Stephen DeLeon White · University of British Columbia Algis, after losing touch for nearly two decades I'm happy to see your work has continued to evolve as thoughtful, unique and meaningful pieces I remember you by. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 8:08am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Stephen, I guess time flys and then some. Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:19am  Robert Trick Johnston Photography As some who has done Photography and sculpture this exhibit made complete sense to me. The idea that the sculpture resides in the rock and that other rocks will render future sculptures is awe inspiring. No stone left unturned from here on in. Thanks to the artist!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 6:48am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks for the goosebumps Robert. You rock ! May you have an excellent summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:28am  Payson George · Booking agent/musician at Far Flung Productions Algis is a brilliant artist and his work is inspiring. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 6:44am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Payson, You rock brother! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:28am  Jeneath Valera · Works at Rodair International Ltd. Wow amazing work. i'm so glad that I've seen your work. I met you at Alan place with my Husband Alan Tyler. Like · Reply · 1 · May 23, 2015 3:20am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Jeneath, it was so wonderful to meet you. I hope one day to see the Phillipines with you and Alan.. Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 5:58am  Nikk Woody · Skagit Valley Community College Very cool visuals, I will never look at stone the same way again. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 11:05pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Nikk. Heres hoping you live long and prosper to do just that longer. Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 5:59am  Turgut Salgar · English High School for Boys Amazing Algis! Great contribution to Art! A new and delightful interpretaion of Golden Age Art! Congrats! Like · Reply · 2 · May 22, 2015 9:24pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Turgut, Coming from a Visionary Artist like yourself, I now feel like a million dollars. Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:01am  Amnon Allan Medad · Toronto, Ontario Apart from the sheer beauty of the photographs - Algis seems to instinctively arrive at the optimal perspective - there is the stunning fact that Algis' has a unique talent to make art out of existing art. Art to a higher, evolved, power. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 8:57pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec How excellent! Thanks so much for the fine words. You rock AAM. Have a great bounty of everything in your gardens. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 5:37am  Aaron Vincent · New Orleans Division Safety Manager at The Lemoine Company, L.L.C. Congratulations on the Born in Stone exhibit. Truly a great display on very nice art to begin with. Truly inspiring for a new generation of artist Like · Reply · 2 · May 21, 2015 1:09pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Aaron, Your the best ... Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:22am  L'Heure Bleue · Carlmont High School, Belmont, CA The sculptures come alive in these photos, almost as if they will step out of the rock. Stunning! Like · Reply · 1 · May 20, 2015 9:34am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Love every word of that. OK, maybe your also the best! Thanks so very much! Like · Reply · May 20, 2015 11:44am  AJ Calhoun · Writer at The Writer's Center The work is extraordinary, as always, and yet another step forward in ingenuity and beauty. Thanks for sharing it with the world. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 9:18am  Mary Katherine Manuel Voted, what wonderful photography, I know you will win. Like · Reply · 1 · May 20, 2015 8:45am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Mary, Your the best for saying that..Thanks a million! Like · Reply · May 20, 2015 11:42am  Ludmillia Jones Algis is an exciting new visionary who captures the best of art and nature. I am glad to help share his gifts with the world. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 9:24am  Ilco Veleshki · The Seer of Shadows Beautiful pictures, I wish you success Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:24am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec If you are following Born in Stone, I have added 6 more images to complete this small sample. Only the idea of getting this work into the Louvre inspires me. The competition for this slot are numerous and excellent some with comments and votes above 666. Thanks everyone for their support on this..May everybody have the Best Summer Ever! Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 11:59am  Fanny Peyton Magnificent work, Algis! heart emoticon Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 9:40am  Donald Chambers · Sir George William University/Concordia University These photos are unlike anything that I have seen before!! They are amazing!!! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 1:30pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Donald, you just made my evening. Thanks so much buddy. Please have a great summer on me! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 4:52pm  David Sereda · Port Dalhousie, Ontario we are reminded through these wonderful images that humans are part of nature, unquestionably, and that both Nature and people can aspire to the sublime Like · Reply · Jun 6, 2015 6:42am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million David. May you live long and Prosper! Like · Reply · Jun 6, 2015 7:12pm  Susan Dugas Hart · Hannaford at I am currently employed Algis's work is amazing. He shows the real beauty of these stones. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 9:22am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Susan, and do you know how I learned to do that? Why sitting in Science class with Mr Huard. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:02pm  Michael Chronopoulos · George Bush High School exceptional artistry in this guy's work. Just marvellous and inspiring. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 9:02am  Jonathan Wolfman · University of Pennsylvania These are remarkable images; all tell a story...stories you and I share in the past, now, ongoing. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 6:23am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million for that Jonathan. So true your words. May the Greek gods smile down on you and yours when you need it. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 8:10am  Avra Savra · Université Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne A very inspiring optical work mixing natural elements and classic art feature. An innovating and apaelling work. Like · Reply · Jun 6, 2015 9:51am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I really love this. thanks so much Avra. Have an excellent summer! Like · Reply · Jun 6, 2015 7:11pm  Daniel Winters · Adjunct Professor Lighting Design and Photography at Ohio University Nice work! https://danrwin.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 9:03am  Mary Sham Your work is stunning and I voted. Also shared on my FB page. Good luck Algis . Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 2:04pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Mary. Your wonderful and I hope you have a great summer. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 4:51pm  Ross Ulysses Munroe · Executive Editor at Waterfront Magazine Nicely done ~ Like · Reply · May 24, 2015 6:49am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Ross. Have an excellent summer! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:27am  Robert Place · Author and Artist at The Alchemical Tarot Algis Kemezys's photos make a philosophical comment about the endurance of both art and stone. It is as if he is seeing the archetypes hidden in rock. Plato would be proud. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 1:24pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Robert, that sends shivers up my spine. Thanks so much...Healthy wishes and more... Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 4:50pm  Alan Milner · Executive Editor at Tellus News Digest at Self-Employed I've known Algis for a very long time now, although we have never actually met, and I am constantly amazed by his inventiveness as a photographer. My son is a photographer and I directed him to Algis work several times as examples of what you can do with a camera. The thing that photographer do better than anyone else can is to enable us to see things as someone else has seen them, enabling us to inhabit someone else's perspective for some brief moments....expanding our consciousness and helping us to remove the gauze from our own eyes. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 25, 2015 8:35am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Alan. You will never know how much you have inspired me over the years. You Rock BIG Time. Like · Reply · Jun 26, 2015 9:00am  Laurence Acland · University of Toronto Very mystical work – connects me back to that most creative time in history and also to the earth, the source for those myths Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 22, 2015 7:35am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Laurence I love the historical reference. You rock Buddy! Like · Reply · Jun 23, 2015 8:04pm  George Mihalka Once again Algis Kemezys has made me experience his world in a wonderfully unique style that combines simplicity with layers of meaning. There is an effortless lightness in his work that lifts the weight of history, and makes stone and rock float through space and time connecting the viewer to our collective past. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 15, 2015 12:04pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec George how absolutely wonderful! And to be able to hear you actually saying that in my head is so cool. Thanks so much. May you live long and Prosper! Like · Reply · Jun 16, 2015 5:36am  Lori Leonard · Consultant, Communication and Development at Ici par les arts Combining nature's own pallet of colored rock formations with Algis' classical images create magic! Amazing! Congratulations! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 13, 2015 4:59am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for that wonderful statement Lori. You obviously Rock! Like · Reply · Jun 14, 2015 5:05am  Jay Browne · University of Maine Algis' art blurs space and time. His thoroughly captivating images appear both beautiful and timeless. He has a most wonderful vision and perspective. I vote for Algis! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 2, 2015 4:16pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Jay your the best and Thanks so much for your vote and astute commentary. You rock! May you live long and prosper. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 4, 2015 4:29pm  James Monaco · Haileybury, Ontario Outstanding work. Sensual and penetrating. Makes me consider the inside, the spirituality of these solid remnants. Imaginative illustration of time. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 2, 2015 8:59am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much James. Love every word of this. You rock! Have an excellent summer and more... Like · Reply · Jun 4, 2015 4:30pm  Mano Saskaita This is a very original! Never seen anything like it. You are an amazing artist, Algi. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 2, 2015 4:59am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so very much Mano. You rock! Please do have a great summer . Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:24am  Cathy Daley · Associate professor at OCAD University Beautiful images! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 1, 2015 7:12am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Cathy. I really appreciate it. Have a great year too! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:26am  Daniel Barnes Music interesting stuff Algis. rock on Like · Reply · 1 · May 31, 2015 10:21pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a Million Daniel. Keep on keeping on brother! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:28am  Ric Amis · Toronto, Ontario An enchanting photographic mash-up created by blending the original stone material with the classical Greek sculpting of stone. Like · Reply · 1 · May 31, 2015 9:02am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thats just wonderful Ric. Thanks so much! Hope you live long and Prosper! Like · Reply · Jun 2, 2015 5:30am  Sandie Swierzynski · Skowhegan Area High School Love your compositions Algis. Like · Reply · 1 · May 29, 2015 9:01pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Sandie. I hope you have a fabulous Summer! Like · Reply · May 31, 2015 3:02am  Peggy Higgins · Weaverville, North Carolina Beautiful AND inventive. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 6:12am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Peggy, Thanks a Million or two! have a great Summer! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:03am  Janet Javosky · Bobtown, Pennsylvania Wonders of the world...Thank you for letting me see them...Good Luck. and Bless you and your talent. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 10:36am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Janet. Best to you and yours! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:38am  Mustafa Gülay · Ankara, Turkey MÜKEMMEL BİR YARATICILIK ... KUTLARIM SİZİ ; SANATSAL YARATICILIK , BÜYÜLEYİCİ... Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 4, 2015 2:34am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Mustafa. Like · Reply · Jun 4, 2015 5:12am  Georgia Condos · RMIT University Amazing work, it stands out from any other artist. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 3, 2015 4:53pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Georgia. You made me blush. Like · Reply · Jun 3, 2015 7:11pm  Byron Ayanoglu · Writer/Producer at Self spectacular! Like · Reply · 1 · May 20, 2015 7:19am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a million Byron! Like · Reply · May 20, 2015 8:22am  Ali Velioğlu · Iş yeri sahibi at Bej Dekorasyon You created a re-born art by blending nature's completeness with monuments extanding from the depths of history, Algis Thomas Kemezys Congragulations for arousing our aesthetics perception. Like · Reply · 2 · May 24, 2015 2:22pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Ali, Thanks so much. You really came through. may the doors of good fortune open for you. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:08am  Charles Hill · McGill University Algis' work has fascinated me for over thirty years. His latest work in stone and sculpture challenges us to ponder their integral mystery Like · Reply · 2 · May 22, 2015 7:17pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Charles. More goosebumps! Have the best summer evah! Like · Reply · May 23, 2015 6:03am  Phyllis Zickmund Best of luck, Algis. Your work is beautiful. Like · Reply · 1 · May 20, 2015 2:54pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so very much Phyllis. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 6:00am  Mario Enzo Migliori Magnifiche! Originali e classiche allo stesso tempo. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 6:12am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Mario, Grazie! Bravo! Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 8:02am  Claudia Suica · Photographer at Claudia SUICA Photography WOW THESE ARE AMAZING! VOTED! https://trishfashionstylist.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 2 · May 22, 2015 4:53am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Claudia! Have a great summer. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:06am  Linda Seccaspina · Writer at Blogger/Photographer amazing photos.. amazing photographer Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 10:14am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Linda. Hope you have a great summer! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 6:58pm  Michael Dent · Sound/stage/lights/right hand man at Nash the Slash very cool work algis -love it -dont stop Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 9:35am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Michael, I won"t if you promise to have a great year on me! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 7:06pm  Deniz Moules After watching such an inspirational & creative piece of Modern-Art ( for me that's the name ,the media in use doesn't matter it's the substance that counts ) I really do wish Artists like Algis will be exhibited in places where they belong & certainly Louvre is one of them. This video is unique in such a way I can never argue the artistic quality smile emoticon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IS4fvVVCrsQ Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 7:20am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Your words are indeed a thing of beauty.May you live long and prosper! Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 11:54am  Deniz Moules but reality :)* Thanks Algis... Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 12:09pm  Michael Williams · Writer at Cashbox Canada Nice works Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 7:11am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Michael. Hope to see some of your great photographs again soon. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:21am  Mikolaj Jackiewicz · Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we Wrocławiu I voted, nice work! https://mikolajjackiewicz.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 1:39pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec We both share the love of kaleidoscopic vision. I do that sometimes in FCP. Thanks MJ! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:47am  Bruce Appleby · Hamilton, Ontario Algis is a great artist Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 4:55am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Bruce, Only if you say so! Your a real pal. Thanks again and have the best summer on earth. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:04am  Ginni J. Campbell These photots are absolutely gorgeous. I have never seen anything quite like them. Thank You for sharing them with us. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 2:10pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Ginni. Have the best summer ever! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:37am  Ning Ma · Photographer at Ning Ma Photography wow! VOTED! I'd appreciate it if you could help me get to 100 as well: https://ningandma.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 29, 2015 11:15am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Ning Ma...will go take a look right now! Like · Reply · May 29, 2015 1:52pm  Isidre Roset Juan · Crític d'art at L'Eco de Sitges The Work of Algis Thomas Kemezys is very inspirational, all the images are suggerstives and it is very close to the grek mitologie. I know his interest by nature and also culture, he is a creative artist . Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 1:07am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much for the great words Isidre. May you live long and prosper. Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 4:48am  Catherine Cat Guarni new life for fantastic statues. very interesting approche. Voted. thank you so much for your support on mine : https://catg.see.me/exposure2015 Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 11:02am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much and your so welcome.Have a great summer. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 11:31am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Your work is really exciting just looking again. Bravo! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 8:42am  George Grosman · Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter/Producer at Musician This is some extraordinary work by Algis Thomas Kemezys. History intertwined with imagination. Some of the most original art I have ever seen. Bravo! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 3:19pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a billion George. You rock and may your summer be filed with fun memorable times. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:50pm  Monty Cantsin Amen · Neoist Research Cente Hey Algis Thomas Kemezys, could you make a portrait of me with this terrific mash-up technic? so once and for all Neoism would meet the ancient world! All the best! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 7:20am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Actually I could Monty. I would love to see this happen. have a great summer now! Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 7:04pm  Janet Gershen-Siegel · Author at JR Gershen-Siegel Writer How interesting! These are reminiscent of artifacts from Pompeii. Mysterious and thought-provoking. Good going, Algis Thomas Kemezys! Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 6:11pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec What an interesting comparison Janet. Thanks for saying that. Hope you have a great summer. Like · Reply · 1 · May 27, 2015 7:17pm  Alexandre Thibodeau · Université de Montréal Rich images from an always curious mind and spirit! Thank you Algis for feeding us with your imagination... smile emoticon Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 12:17pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Wow Thanks Alexander, you know more about me than I thought you did. Hope to see you this summer? Come over and stay a night. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 4:53pm  Sandra Semchuk · Associate professor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design good to see this work, Algis Thomas Kemezys. The stone remembers; the sculptures remember the stone. Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 9:25am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Sandra, Can I use that as a quote? Thanks again for helping and have a great summer! Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 9:42am  Lori Leonard · Consultant, Communication and Development at Ici par les arts Unique and strong work. Combining nature's own pallet Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 13, 2015 4:55am  Irene Grainger · Lions Head, Ontario The inimitable Algis Kemexys - 'Teaching a stone to talk'. Like · Reply · Jun 5, 2015 4:41am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks Irene, LOL, Hope you have a great summer! Like · Reply · Jun 5, 2015 5:42am  Nick Angeloglou · Ατομικη επιχειριση at N.Αγγελογλου ανελκυστηρες We saw all his work up close in the Athens National Museum. They were spectacular and are worth to see. Like · Reply · May 22, 2015 11:53am  Dora Korz · Surrey, British Columbia Beautiful portfolio smile emoticon Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 5, 2015 6:11pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Dora Korz. Have a great summer this year! Like · Reply · Jun 6, 2015 5:57am  Deborah L Sparks I just voted for an amazing artist. Good Luck Algis. You so much deserve the win. Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 24, 2015 4:50am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Deborah you know how to get the Sparks flying. Thanks so much! Like · Reply · Jun 25, 2015 6:31am  Beth Buss · Toronto, Ontario Algis has an extraordinary ability to combine nature and art in a way that makes each more powerful. A gifted artist. Like · Reply · May 21, 2015 5:02pm  Teresa Hart · Owner-operator at The Jam Space Really great work Algis Thomas Kemezys! SO original and inspiring. Please everyone vote for Algis! Like · Reply · 1 · May 26, 2015 10:32am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a Million for that Teresa. May you live long and prosper and have the best summer evah! Like · Reply · May 27, 2015 5:02am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec A friend from YouTube wrote this statement: Blanche Horst 1 day ago Not a Facebook user, Algis, and fear the site only tallies votes and allows comments via Facebook plugin. If there's another vehicle to boost and endorse your work, let me know. Very much enjoy originality and eclectic photography. Your work evokes a singular atmospheric quality, both mythic and powerful, that gives pause and recalls ancient lore and fables. It's apropos that your classical images are wed to rock from sacred places, larger than life, elemental themes for all ages. Like · Reply · May 26, 2015 9:35am  Norm Peters I like the blending of famous sculptures with the rock. Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 8:04am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec I am so glad that you do Norm. All of that rock is from sacred and holy places in Greece. Much of it from all around the Parthenon. Some from the original Marble quarries from which it was derived from.Thanks so much! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 9:19am  Byron Ayanoglu · Writer/Producer at Self spectacular! Like · Reply · 1 · Jun 3, 2015 12:41pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Byron. See you out there. Like · Reply · Jun 3, 2015 3:01pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Not sure if this comment got posted here so here it is. Romies Politises, Algis with your art you managed to represent not only the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. Very imaginative and well executed compositions. Congratulations! Like · Reply · May 24, 2015 7:13pm  Peter Wesley Bastone · Groceryman at Miller Farms Family Markets ~ Enfield Been Family with Algis Thomas Kemezys for about ten years now. One of the nicest and most talented people I know!!!! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 6:30am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Love being Family with you folks and am so glad to be included. You rock and always will. Thanks and have the best summer too! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 11:56am  Joshua Rosenberg · VP Technology Licensing at Technicolor Really wonderful art works. I am of course reminded of the variety of quotes of Michelangelo concerning releasing the subject from the marble. My favorite is "I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free." Algis captures the power and grace of civilizations great sculptures and enhances them embedding them with their origin, massive stone. I am partial to works that try to put together mass and grace. The sculptures add a lightness to the serious stone grottos and faces so well chosen by Mr. Kemezys. While stern I do see some humor here too. Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 10:37am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks for the wonderful comment Joshua. I think I felt a tear well up in my eye. heres hoping I see you sooner than later and that your summer is the BEST. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:56pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Currently there is an operational error here via Facebook which has eliminated over 300 great comments. According to See.me this is a problem @ facebook and will be fixed soon. Like · Reply · Jun 3, 2015 3:00pm  Rebecca Jenkins · Works at Film and Television Industry Such stunningly original work! Placing the statues in their various stone backgrounds and adding the beautiful and textured colour Algis brings the statues to life in a new and exciting way-rendering these figures in stone even more life-like and somehow creating a surprising intimacy. Beautiful! Like · Reply · 1 · May 25, 2015 4:49pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks so much Rebecca. The colors are all natural here, maybe slightly saturated for better tone. I am so glad you find them more life like because that is what i concluded as well when making these.. Bravo Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:50pm  Rebecca Jenkins · Works at Film and Television Industry Algis Thomas Kemezys Then your work is even more astonishing! Like · Reply · May 26, 2015 8:36am  Othonas Mpikakis · Κρητική λύρα (Cretan lyra) at Musician It's amazing the work of Algis Thomas Kemezys. Always amazes me with the creative imagination of art...he opened "the wings of my thinking" and travelling.... Like · Reply · May 29, 2015 4:06pm  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Efharistow para poli Othonas. I hope you have an excellent year! Like · Reply · May 31, 2015 3:03am  Hans-Peter Singer · Foto,-und grafikdesigner at Hps : design gmbh :::hi dear Algis Thomas Kemezys ::: i just like your wonderful work ::: hps Like · Reply · 1 · May 22, 2015 7:03am  Mike Fenton · Works at Self-Employed I find early Greek and Roman sculpture quite fascinating. Algis Kemezys has added modern technology to the mix to produce some truly beautiful creations. I am a painter and I have been inspired by his photographic creativity to see what would happen if a painter did something similar. He has inspired me to do a series of exercises in oils and pen, to mix the ages and genres in interesting ways. People see my sketchbook and comment on it...or, they ask a question and I tell them about Algis's work and send them to this site. They invariably come back and say, "wow" what amazing work. I think the idea and the technological skill mixed with this creative idea is quite special. For me it's an exercise to get better. Your work, Algis, is what one shoud aspire to. Thank you for doing so much with the colors of the earth and stone and thank you for the stories I can imagine just by looking at the work. Bravo. Like · Reply · 1 · May 24, 2015 11:26am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks a billion for the wonderful words and insights you bring to this Mike. Really appreciate it. May you live long and Prosper but have a great summer besides. Like · Reply · May 25, 2015 6:14am  Clara Eloisa Ungaretti Very beautiful your work! You got my vote and support! Could I kindly invite you to support my page too? https://claraungaretti.see.me/exposure2015 | Greetings Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 11:04am  Algis Thomas Kemezys · Montreal, Quebec Thanks for the comment. I will certainly support you too! Like · Reply · 1 · May 21, 2015 11:32am  Facebook Comments Plugin

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