The ‘La Cloche Spirit: The Equivalent Light’ is a photographic exhibition by Jon Butler exploring the equivalent light of dawn and how it evokes inspirational space and captures the timeless beauty of nature. It was part of the Toronto ‘CONTACT 2012’ international photo festival, it was exhibited in Sudbury at the Vale Living with Lakes Center and at the Gore Bay Museum and Gallery.
In 2013 the book ‘La Cloche Spirit: Contemplating Beginner’s Mind’ was published with photographs from the exhibit and original haiku poetry. The signed limited edition book is being sold as part of the ‘La Cloche Spirit’ package.
” This is a book about learning.
Learning about photography and photographs that communicate with the viewer.
Learning about life and the beauty that awaits us every, single day.
Learning about a path that leads to everyone’s Willisville Mountain.”
Each ‘La Cloche Spirit’ package includes a signed limited edition book ‘La Cloche Spirit: Contemplating Beginner’s Mind’. This is a signed limited edition of 150.
Each ‘La Cloche Spirit’ package includes a signed and matted limited edition photograph. Each photograph is a limited edition of 10 and it is from the La Cloche Spirit portfolio; however, it may not have been included in the published book.
The ‘La Cloche Spirit’ package sells for $180. The signed books and matted, limited edition photographs are not sold separately. Framed photographs may be available for some of the photo series.
'La Cloche Spirit' packages are available at Turners of Little Current on Manitoulin Island, The Art Gallery of Sudbury, Friends of Killarney Park Store in Killarney Park or from Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Selection of Photographs....
Natural light with no filters or computer enhancement.
“Landscape is a medium for ideas.”
– Robert Henri
“Whiter than the stones
of Stone Mountain –
The details in a landscape mean nothing if they do not express some mood of nature felt by the artist/photographer.
“I strive to capture internal feelings and the external harmony of the natural world – the passing seasons of life.”