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The Vignette Philosophy: Grace Weston

Artist Statement: As a photographer, I work in my studio constructing, lighting, and photographing staged vignettes to address the questions and contradictions of life, both large and small. I enjoy balancing humor, beauty and psychological tension in little dramas infused

The Vignette Philosophy: Grace Weston

Artist Statement: As a photographer, I work in my studio constructing, lighting, and photographing staged vignettes to address the questions and contradictions of life, both large and small. I enjoy balancing humor, beauty and psychological tension in little dramas infused

The American Streets: Robert M Johnson

Robert M Johnson is an American Street Photographer located in Massachusetts, USA. He is a self taught photographer immersing himself in the history and nuances of his craft. His images were all shot during the classic 1970′s period of Street

The American Streets: Robert M Johnson

Robert M Johnson is an American Street Photographer located in Massachusetts, USA. He is a self taught photographer immersing himself in the history and nuances of his craft. His images were all shot during the classic 1970′s period of Street

Not In Your Face: Susan Barnett

About Not In Your Face: In the series “Not In Your Face” the t-shirt is starkly evident but the photographs are not about the t-shirt per se. They are about identity and perception. Each of these individuals reveals a part

Not In Your Face: Susan Barnett

About Not In Your Face: In the series “Not In Your Face” the t-shirt is starkly evident but the photographs are not about the t-shirt per se. They are about identity and perception. Each of these individuals reveals a part

Ancient places & Portals: Chris Enos

From Chris Enos: In line with Gaia theory I have long felt that the earth was a living organism. I believe I’ve been aware of other dimensions since I was a young girl. As I photographed ancient Indian sites I

Ancient places & Portals: Chris Enos

From Chris Enos: In line with Gaia theory I have long felt that the earth was a living organism. I believe I’ve been aware of other dimensions since I was a young girl. As I photographed ancient Indian sites I

A Visual Journey: Gestation by William Zuback

From William Zuback: I often consider or describe myself as a fly on the wall. I am always in a state of observation, testing the surroundings, and at times participating. My goal as a fine art photographer is to take those

A Visual Journey: Gestation by William Zuback

From William Zuback: I often consider or describe myself as a fly on the wall. I am always in a state of observation, testing the surroundings, and at times participating. My goal as a fine art photographer is to take those

Urban Rhythms & The Car Picture: New York photographer Harry Wilks

New York Photographer Harry Wilks  Harry Wilks explores the quirky rhythms of urban and manmade rural environments from rooftops in New York City and from bridges that span the Hudson River and other waterways in the region. His working method

Urban Rhythms & The Car Picture: New York photographer Harry Wilks

New York Photographer Harry Wilks  Harry Wilks explores the quirky rhythms of urban and manmade rural environments from rooftops in New York City and from bridges that span the Hudson River and other waterways in the region. His working method

The City: Lori Nix

Photographer Lori Nix was born in Norton, Kansas, in the rural middle of the United States. Not much happens in a small Midwestern town except extreme changes in weather. She holds advanced degrees in ceramics and photography. A landscape photographer

The City: Lori Nix

Photographer Lori Nix was born in Norton, Kansas, in the rural middle of the United States. Not much happens in a small Midwestern town except extreme changes in weather. She holds advanced degrees in ceramics and photography. A landscape photographer

The alternative reality: Lynette Miller

Photographer Lynette Miller: I’m interested in  the relationship between humans and technology, and how it can be articulated  through form and creative possibility. Mathematics is a way of describing objective reality with certainty. Mathematics and photography rely on careful observation

The alternative reality: Lynette Miller

Photographer Lynette Miller: I’m interested in  the relationship between humans and technology, and how it can be articulated  through form and creative possibility. Mathematics is a way of describing objective reality with certainty. Mathematics and photography rely on careful observation

The myth, magic and mayhem of family: Julie Blackmon

Julie Blackmon (born 1966 in Springfield, Missouri) is a photographer who lives and works in Missouri. Blackmon’s photographs are inspired by her experience of growing up in a large family, her current role as both mother and photographer, and the timelessness of family dynamics. As the

The myth, magic and mayhem of family: Julie Blackmon

Julie Blackmon (born 1966 in Springfield, Missouri) is a photographer who lives and works in Missouri. Blackmon’s photographs are inspired by her experience of growing up in a large family, her current role as both mother and photographer, and the timelessness of family dynamics. As the

Conjuring Venice: Helen K. Garber

Conjuring Venice Abbot Kinney was a visionary. After being inspired by his experience of Venice, Italy, he decided to use his vast fortune to create a similar city here. Chose the swampy low lying land of Venice rather than the

Conjuring Venice: Helen K. Garber

Conjuring Venice Abbot Kinney was a visionary. After being inspired by his experience of Venice, Italy, he decided to use his vast fortune to create a similar city here. Chose the swampy low lying land of Venice rather than the