ABOUT ANN TENNO
Ann Tenno is a nationally distinguished photographer. She has received the Knight Award presented by the Estonian President Lennart Meri for her contribution Estonian culture. Her wide array of books including, of which the most recognized are: “Eestonian Images,” “Estonia,” “Tallinn,” “Islands of Estonia,” “Gardens of Japan,” “Gardens of England,” “Islands And Churches,” “Manor Houses of Estonia,” and many more.
She has had a deep interest in photography from an early age and this lifelong love of taking pictures hasn’t left her. Now, moving through the Digital Age, her art combines the old school methods using Sepia and Black & White t0 pioneering the use of the infrared camera for art and research purposes in the magical and holistic grounds of Belize, the Mayan Pyramids, and other parts of Central- and South-America. All her work is unique and impossible to replicate since she has used complex mathematical formulas for which she gained inspiration from the time when she was a teacher of higher mathematics in her 20’s at the University of Technology of Tallinn. She carried this knowledge over into her works that combines a metaphysical quality in them. Her interests evolved from photography to the metaphysical, when she travelled to the United States, to study remote-viewing in Carlsbad, California. She wrote the book “The Children of Sirius,” where she talks about the process in length and contemplates the impact of humans on Earth and the future of our civilization. Her books are transcental in nature like everything she does, including her Art and Photography.
Excelling in the field of photography from an early age, gaining International Recognition and Prizes for her Nude Photography in 1989. Her focus in photography has been a movement from the specific to the general – from People, Places, Nature, to the Universe. Constantly evolving her work and giving more meaning to her images throughout the years.
Children of Sirius
Ann Tenno’s Book “The Children of Sirius” combines the realistic and artistic sciences to transcend the human experience, crossing borders into where the human mind cannot see. She gives insight into metaphysics and the trandecental, first with her pictures and then with her research and discoveries, shedding light into the human experience, touching the future of our planet – moving on the borderline of dreams and reality – more in the book: “The Children of Sirius – On the Path to Remote Viewing and Channeling.” Her scientific background and interest in art has led Ann to experiment with new fields of technology, using her logical sense combined with love of aesthetics, unveiling new dimensions that question our reality and place in the world. Having graduated as an honor student from the University of Tartu with a degree in Physics, Ann Tenno’s work is rooted in a deep understanding of the Universe and its’ processes. In “The Children of Sirius” – she talks about remote viewing like something elementary like electricity, and with the voice of a teacher she is able to explain to the reader the science behind this illusory form of art that not yet established solid ground in the scientific world. It is on its’ way. Remote viewing can be learned and applied – just like science, Ann brings understanding and light to the field that interests her most. “The Children of Sirius” is available on Amazon.
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