By Victor DeLorenzo Special to Published Oct 29, 2015 at 7:23 PM

These photos are choice selections from my collection that suggest a fall feeling of sorts. Enjoy the season before the snow hits!

A milk white sky with a hard black iron fence top in the foreground. I took this photo while exploring the mystery that is Athens, Greece. The Femmes played a large open air amphitheater, under a full moon, later that evening...

The album cover for the MONIA record that will be released in 2016. I produced and played on this recording alongside my son Malachi. A splendid listen!

When two lonely friends become sad bowling pins. Wisconsin.

Hands. My hands have allowed me to travel the world playing that indescribable thing we must call music.

A Duchampian view of perspective and movement. Every October, I ruminate on the mentor I never met: Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)

Someone that I met in my hometown of Racine.

Taking liberties with Andy and Marcel with this in-camera photo overlay. I built the apparatus which holds the pictures and text, and then I backlit the whole creation with a very low wattage light bulb. A glowing still life of sorts.

Close-up isolation of a collage I constructed featuring once again Mr. Duchamp, plus a very small mirror in homage to THE mirrorman, Captain Beefheart!

"she's so happy, she's sad" (2015). A watercolor.

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Victor DeLorenzo has been performing for audiences around the world for the last 40 years, give or take a few hours here or there. Victor is proud to have worked as an actor, writer, speaker, producer of sound and image, director and musician.