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What They Say

Received my beautiful piece of art today :). Love, love, love it. Truly gorgeous! When the light from the window hit it……it glowed! Loved the quote too…….thanks Karen!

LINDA RICHARDSON

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Such a rich and beautiful re-creation journey portfolio. I love your breath of realism melted with imagination. They bring me to a contemplative vibration. Thank you for sharing.

DEBRA TUFTS

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It is such a proud honor for us to work with you and we are really grateful that you collaborate with our digital magazine. The stories you tell with just a photo is something not everybody taking pictures does. Just love your work and the way you see photography… it's awesome that you share it. Big hugs and best regards,

LUCAS OLMEDO
LucrOit Filters

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Gazing at the brilliant colors and textures, I felt a deep inner awe. Soaking up the beauty of each line and image, I could tell there was a powerful message behind each piece. I wasn’t quite sure exactly what the story was…how it began or ended…but I could feel that the creation was trying to tell me something. It was trying to tell me the truth about life, love, myself, and the world. It was begging me to open my heart, my eyes, and listen to what it had to say, because if I did,
I could experience the bliss of peace.

NICOLE IACOVONI

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It is an honor and privilege to be part of your artsagramic world. You are the Purveyor of Awesomeness and the Wizard of Woo. How could anyone resist the vision you create?

CAL MUKUMOTO

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How on this Earth do you keep on and on and on creating these amazing, breathtaking photos? The National Gallery of Art needs to open a new wing -- the Karen Hutton wing!

LARRY ANDERSON

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I give you the award for the fifth element, as I truly believe you are a fine representation. In Japanese Philosophy the fifht element is Kū or sora, most often translated as "Void", but also meaning "sky" or "Heaven", represents those things beyond our everyday experience, particularly those things composed of pure energy. Bodily, kū represents spirit, thought, and creative energy. It represents our ability to think and to communicate, as well as our creativity. It can also be associated with power, creativity, spontaneity, and inventiveness.

JOANNE FRAGOZO

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Your work is some of the best use of space in composition I have ever seen. Combine that with the technical excellence and you have so much more than a “photo”. Yes there are a lot of fine art photographers, and yes there are many shooting the spaces and places you have shot, but it is rare to see these visuals communicated with such a therapeutic approach. Relaxing, inviting, often minimalistic, yet a focused draw. I may have made that more complex than needed, but yeah…. You’re really good.

STEVE BRAZILL
Behind The Shot Podcast

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Absolutely beautiful! I could sit and look at it for hours and be continually captivated by the depth of each piece.

ALICE TAYLOR

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Well, you’ve done it again...another absolutely unbelievably spectacular scene captured with a touch of magic and inspiration only you can convey!

CAROL S. OWENS

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I watched the video you made about the 80mm for Fujifilm, and when the macro flower shots appeared I almost wept. I thought, yes, this is how God sees a flower. Thank you.

GEORGE BEINHORN

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Your Voice in your art reaches wide, touches deep, inspires many.

DALENE MEYER

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