The Poetography of Ron L. Zheng, “Leaving My Found Eden”
Poetry is a diverse art form. It is heroic; it is beautiful; it is morbid; it is sad. It is a single snapshot of the mind of a person who feels something within—something important. Something worth writing. The same can be said of photography, as it represents a solitary moment of time as seen by the viewer, the creator of such art.
For Ron L. Zheng, poetry and photography can fuse to create a dynamic duality of vision, voice and meaning. This poetography permits a blending of the senses and a wonderfully dichotomous construction of two distinct art forms. It is multi-layered creativity.