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Contrary to popular belief, time spent with one’s head in the clouds is quite an important gateway to creativity, problem solving and maybe, just maybe, figuring out why Mary-Beth Jenkins can’t seem to leave you alone. Learning through repetitious practice has its place, but most of the world’s great advancements came from insight gained during these momentary flights of fancy.
Through his mastery of lighting, atmosphere and mood Morgan Weistling is able to capture the casual nature and whimsy of a child’s interaction with their magical and joyous world. We may perceive the time in Weistling’s "The Daydreamer" as being a simpler one, but the reality is that only the tools and the accessories are different. School, family life, the scale of his dreams and yes, even Mary-Beth Jenkins, are still quite the same.
This Piece has been Signed by Morgan Weistling