My friend and muse, Melanie Diez, named the Image Series. “kalos (beautiful in Greek) + eidolon (“idol” in Greek, in English it means a vision or phantasm)”
Speaking with Dan, another friend of mine, he said that he was a little daunted when my pictures would kind of crowd his social media feed. He was like “they’re um… abstract.” So I decided to keep the kaleidolons to a daily scheduled thing from my Facebook page Katarina Countiss Multimedia.
I’m pretty sure that cuts down on the amount of people that will end up seeing the work because of Facebook’s notoriously bad business page algorithms. 14 Ways New Facebook Betrays Small Business | Convince and Convert: Social Media Strategy and Content Marketing Strategy. But, it’s nice to get it out of the way. I like the idea of my fans getting excited every day at 9am. With some persistence, it might be possible that there are some people that will consider it as regular as the sun rising. Like clockwork. “Time for a moment of photographic or painterly zen with super symmetry.”