Myron Zabol’s fine art photography focuses on the spirituality of people and places. His photography is breath taking and creates a powerful emotional response to most that witness it.
Award-winning Toronto photographer Myron Zabol started a five year project to record, through the lens of a camera, the lives and traditions of the Haudenosaunee People at the end of the twentieth century. The collection features fifty black and white photographs to create a portrait of the deep and complex values and beliefs of the Haudenosaunee people.
People of the Dancing Sky documents the Haudenosaunee Confederacy with its individual and unique traditions rooted in nature and time immemorial. The harmony between the Haudenosaunee People and their natural environment are depicted in their traditional clothing, symbols, and activities.
People of the Dancing Sky is a rare personal insight into the exclusive collaboration between photographer Myron Zabol and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy
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