"Using a mix of traditional photo equipment, IPhone photography, and various applications, Nina’s work is a refreshing alternative to the crass commercialism thrown upon us at holiday time," explains HarmonyWishes Art Director Michael Matlach.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
With communication having become a blur of hashtags, abbreviations and emoticons, consumers who are looking for a thoughtful and reflective way to keep in touch with others have few options. HarmonyWishes, founded in 2007, continues to provide an alternative for those who want to make communication meaningful again. Their new holiday image collection features selected works from artist Nina E. Hauser and further enhances their large curated galleries of images available to create your own card.
"Nina’s images were chosen to represent a strong alternative to 'hashtag' communication," says owner, Meg Matlach. "Her work provides a visual and emotional connection to a scene that allows you to stop and reflect on a particular subject which takes you out of yourself and into another place mentally. It’s a fabulous way to have a mini-meditation as you construct the card and it creates immense satisfaction to be able to send both the image and your personal thoughts to friends, family or clients."
"Using a mix of traditional photo equipment, IPhone photography, and various applications, Nina’s work is a refreshing alternative to the crass commercialism thrown upon us at holiday time," explains HarmonyWishes Art Director Michael Matlach. "They possess a much needed stillness and quietness that has become missing in our contemporary world."
When asked to characterize her creative perspective, Nina describes what attracts her to a subject. "Landscapes have always appealed to me. Little scenes which depict how people are living. I want them to look twice. Stop. Notice. I’ve always liked the idea of taking people out of their moment and into my moment."
To experience hashtag relief, HarmonyWishes invites you to compose your view of the world through an e-card at http://www.harmonywishes.com. The first card is free and affordable card packs are available for purchase.
More of artist Nina E. Hauser’s work can be found at http://www.ninaehauser.com.
Founded in 2007, HarmonyWishes Art E-Cards mission is to provide an alternative way of communicating through a visually and intellectually stimulating choice of unique images that have a global perspective and foster spiritual diversity. In a world which is consistently bombarded by negative images and actions, HarmonyWishes provides a much needed visual sanctuary for personal reflection and communication using uplifting images, words, and music. Their galleries contain over 500 images, 250 quotes, and original music scores. More information can be found at HarmonyWishes,inc.
HarmonyWishes also has a blog which focuses on global organizations, art, music, sustainability and a variety of cultural topics.
A demo video can be found here.