Posts Tagged: photography

The Intricate Camera Art of Wayne Martin Belger

Wayne Martin Belger’s photographs and intricate, one-of-kind, hand-built cameras — themselves works of art, often set with gemstones and talismans; crafted with human organs and skulls, blood, bones and blood — boldly combine both the ancient and post-modern…Belger’s beautiful machines

The Intricate Camera Art of Wayne Martin Belger

Wayne Martin Belger’s photographs and intricate, one-of-kind, hand-built cameras — themselves works of art, often set with gemstones and talismans; crafted with human organs and skulls, blood, bones and blood — boldly combine both the ancient and post-modern…Belger’s beautiful machines

Changing Tides: Stuart Matthews

Changing Tides: The Barsha In the remote south-western corner of Bangladesh the coming monsoon storm poses a severe threat to the people living in the region. Each year during the Monsoon season (Barsha) rising flood waters and coastal flooding causes

Changing Tides: Stuart Matthews

Changing Tides: The Barsha In the remote south-western corner of Bangladesh the coming monsoon storm poses a severe threat to the people living in the region. Each year during the Monsoon season (Barsha) rising flood waters and coastal flooding causes

Capturing Creative Minds: George Malave

These photographs are from an ongoing series titled Creative Minds, portraits of individuals who have spent their lives in the pursuit and practice of their passion. Their creative gifts are keys that open doors, allowing us to enter into unique

Capturing Creative Minds: George Malave

These photographs are from an ongoing series titled Creative Minds, portraits of individuals who have spent their lives in the pursuit and practice of their passion. Their creative gifts are keys that open doors, allowing us to enter into unique

Observations: Marc Perlish

Observations These pictures are effortless. The viewer needs only look and smile in recognition of something obvious, but passing. The photographer, through calculated optimism, reasons that the world contains these views of CommonPlace if only they can be found and

Observations: Marc Perlish

Observations These pictures are effortless. The viewer needs only look and smile in recognition of something obvious, but passing. The photographer, through calculated optimism, reasons that the world contains these views of CommonPlace if only they can be found and

A Collective Memory: Carolyn Krieg

Born in 1953 in Vancouver,  Washington,  Carolyn Krieg started exhibiting in her mid-thirties and has had over 45 solo or two person shows in the last 23 years.  Krieg’s work is in several museums,  including the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; Museum of Contemporary

A Collective Memory: Carolyn Krieg

Born in 1953 in Vancouver,  Washington,  Carolyn Krieg started exhibiting in her mid-thirties and has had over 45 solo or two person shows in the last 23 years.  Krieg’s work is in several museums,  including the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; Museum of Contemporary

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

Comforts of Home: Allen Bryan

Photographer Allen Bryan: For most of my adult life I took pictures: It was a way of collecting things that stopped me in my tracks. I accumulated file drawers full of images that have long since begun to fade away. Then in

Comforts of Home: Allen Bryan

Photographer Allen Bryan: For most of my adult life I took pictures: It was a way of collecting things that stopped me in my tracks. I accumulated file drawers full of images that have long since begun to fade away. Then in

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