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Salt Marsh Grass: Eric Lindbloom

  The Salt Marsh Grass series began with a walk into an Atlantic Coast salt meadow. On close inspection, the matted cowlicks and the deep shadows created by them projected astonishing energy and rhythms. They seemed to warrant an extended

Salt Marsh Grass: Eric Lindbloom

  The Salt Marsh Grass series began with a walk into an Atlantic Coast salt meadow. On close inspection, the matted cowlicks and the deep shadows created by them projected astonishing energy and rhythms. They seemed to warrant an extended

The Art of Pinhole Photography: Justin Quinnell

Eighteen39 is delighted to showcase the work of photographer Justin Quinnell. Quinnell is perhaps most renowned for his Mouthpiece images, taking photographs using a pinhole camera placed inside his mouth. I had the pleasure of attending Quinnell’s day-long pinhole photography workshop

The Art of Pinhole Photography: Justin Quinnell

Eighteen39 is delighted to showcase the work of photographer Justin Quinnell. Quinnell is perhaps most renowned for his Mouthpiece images, taking photographs using a pinhole camera placed inside his mouth. I had the pleasure of attending Quinnell’s day-long pinhole photography workshop

Notes from Berliner: William Price

About William Price’s ‘Berliner’: Several visits in the spring of 2011 cumulated in the photographs of Berliner. Even the photographer’s camera can’t see past the weight of history upon the city; undoubtedly we are sure in which metropolis have we actually

Notes from Berliner: William Price

About William Price’s ‘Berliner’: Several visits in the spring of 2011 cumulated in the photographs of Berliner. Even the photographer’s camera can’t see past the weight of history upon the city; undoubtedly we are sure in which metropolis have we actually

Tales of Perplexity: Aras Karimi

Tales of Perplexity: This collection is dedicated to the reflection of natural light on different surfaces such as glass and plastic. None of the pictures is taken from dust, smoke, or moving objects. The feeling of movement in the photos

Tales of Perplexity: Aras Karimi

Tales of Perplexity: This collection is dedicated to the reflection of natural light on different surfaces such as glass and plastic. None of the pictures is taken from dust, smoke, or moving objects. The feeling of movement in the photos

Portrayals and Portraits: Mike Hipple

About Mike Hipple’s portraits: With the onset of the recession, I was noticing my photography business, which had been mostly editorial portraits, was declining. One of the great things about photographing for magazines is meeting a lot of interesting subjects,

Portrayals and Portraits: Mike Hipple

About Mike Hipple’s portraits: With the onset of the recession, I was noticing my photography business, which had been mostly editorial portraits, was declining. One of the great things about photographing for magazines is meeting a lot of interesting subjects,

The Street’s Secrets: Christopher Becker

Christopher Becker’s images are striking, often haunting representations of nature or cityscapes simultaneously in flux and silence. They are an exploration revealed at once in grand scale and finely detailed minutiae. The unexpected beauty of the object or the captured

The Street’s Secrets: Christopher Becker

Christopher Becker’s images are striking, often haunting representations of nature or cityscapes simultaneously in flux and silence. They are an exploration revealed at once in grand scale and finely detailed minutiae. The unexpected beauty of the object or the captured

The Art of Light: Frank Dituri

Frank Dituri, who divides his time between Italy and New York, is a photographer who likes to transform the obvious into images that border on uncertainty and mystery. His work has been exhibited worldwide throughout the United States, Europe, Russia

The Art of Light: Frank Dituri

Frank Dituri, who divides his time between Italy and New York, is a photographer who likes to transform the obvious into images that border on uncertainty and mystery. His work has been exhibited worldwide throughout the United States, Europe, Russia

The Story of Night Scenes: Ralph Gabriner

The Night Scenes photographs developed over a summer of evening strolls with my wife Dena. We were both looking for imagery, in her case photographs that could be transformed into paintings and in my case photographs that could function as

The Story of Night Scenes: Ralph Gabriner

The Night Scenes photographs developed over a summer of evening strolls with my wife Dena. We were both looking for imagery, in her case photographs that could be transformed into paintings and in my case photographs that could function as

Cliché Verres & The Oxford Project: Peter Feldstein

Peter Feldstein received his M.A. & M.F.A in Art from the University of Iowa.  He taught courses in photography and digital imaging in the  UI School of Art & Art History for 32 years.  He has exhibited nationally for 45

Cliché Verres & The Oxford Project: Peter Feldstein

Peter Feldstein received his M.A. & M.F.A in Art from the University of Iowa.  He taught courses in photography and digital imaging in the  UI School of Art & Art History for 32 years.  He has exhibited nationally for 45

Neon: Roger Vail

Roger Vail’s Neon: Forty years ago when I was student at the School of Art Institute of Chicago I would often pass by Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks. It eventually became part of my molecular makeup, having something to do with all

Neon: Roger Vail

Roger Vail’s Neon: Forty years ago when I was student at the School of Art Institute of Chicago I would often pass by Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks. It eventually became part of my molecular makeup, having something to do with all