Monthly Archives: January 2012

"Instant Love" at Mad Art Gallery, Dublin, Ireland and Prism Magazine

(click the poster to enlarge) As I’ve posted here in the recent past I have three photographs in an international Polaroid exhibition, “Impossible Love,” curated by Karol Liver. Mad Art Gallery in Dublin, Ireland is hosting this exhibition with support

"Instant Love" at Mad Art Gallery, Dublin, Ireland and Prism Magazine

(click the poster to enlarge) As I’ve posted here in the recent past I have three photographs in an international Polaroid exhibition, “Impossible Love,” curated by Karol Liver. Mad Art Gallery in Dublin, Ireland is hosting this exhibition with support

Changes

For some time now I’ve alluded to changes that were forthcoming.  So, today I thought I would post the bottom line.  In the coming days I will write an essay about this decision and Julie and I are considering making

Changes

For some time now I’ve alluded to changes that were forthcoming.  So, today I thought I would post the bottom line.  In the coming days I will write an essay about this decision and Julie and I are considering making

Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland

Here’s the press release: Go to this link to download a pdf of the press release. Carmel Photographerʼs New Work Featured in Dublin, Ireland Exhibition Ron Kern of Carmel, Indiana is exhibiting three photographs in an international exhibition of Polaroid

Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland

Here’s the press release: Go to this link to download a pdf of the press release. Carmel Photographerʼs New Work Featured in Dublin, Ireland Exhibition Ron Kern of Carmel, Indiana is exhibiting three photographs in an international exhibition of Polaroid

The Imminent Demolition of the Carmel Grain Elevator

  Contrail, Power Line and AbandonedGrain Elevator, Carmel, IN (Click to enlarge photographs.) “Thus we have the American grain elevators and factories, the magnificent FIRST-FRUITS of the new age.“ – Le Corbusier, Towards a New Architecture, 1927. A photograph of

The Imminent Demolition of the Carmel Grain Elevator

  Contrail, Power Line and AbandonedGrain Elevator, Carmel, IN (Click to enlarge photographs.) “Thus we have the American grain elevators and factories, the magnificent FIRST-FRUITS of the new age.“ – Le Corbusier, Towards a New Architecture, 1927. A photograph of

Carmel Grain Elevator

Carmel Grain Elevator, 2009 (Made with a Holga)

Carmel Grain Elevator

Carmel Grain Elevator, 2009 (Made with a Holga)

2 Photographers Works In Progress Exhibit Is Open

Artists’ Reception this coming First Friday, January 6, 2011 at Midland Arts and Antiques Market.  For more information go to the 2 Photographers Works In Progress Website. Photograph by Satch

2 Photographers Works In Progress Exhibit Is Open

Artists’ Reception this coming First Friday, January 6, 2011 at Midland Arts and Antiques Market.  For more information go to the 2 Photographers Works In Progress Website. Photograph by Satch