Still Life

I’ve been looking at this still life for a long long time.  Finally, I photographed it in a way that appealed to me.

Still Life

I’ve been looking at this still life for a long long time.  Finally, I photographed it in a way that appealed to me.

Discussing Edward and Brett Weston at IMA

Recently Satch and I had the opportunity to be part of a discussion about the lives and art of Edward and Brett Weston at Marty Krause’s (Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs) print group at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. 

Discussing Edward and Brett Weston at IMA

Recently Satch and I had the opportunity to be part of a discussion about the lives and art of Edward and Brett Weston at Marty Krause’s (Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs) print group at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. 

President Kennedy’s Eulogy for Robert Frost

President Kennedy eulogized Robert Frost, October 26, 1963 and offered many thoughts on art, artists and their role in society.  His words are very powerful; while these words were spoken fifty three years in the past, today his words continue

President Kennedy’s Eulogy for Robert Frost

President Kennedy eulogized Robert Frost, October 26, 1963 and offered many thoughts on art, artists and their role in society.  His words are very powerful; while these words were spoken fifty three years in the past, today his words continue

IMA Adds Brett Weston Prints to its Collection

In 2015, IMA added a selection Brett Weston Prints to its Collection. From IMA’s press release: •A selection of Brett Weston’s black and white landscape photographs, received as a gift from the Christian Keesee Collection of Oklahoma. These are the

IMA Adds Brett Weston Prints to its Collection

In 2015, IMA added a selection Brett Weston Prints to its Collection. From IMA’s press release: •A selection of Brett Weston’s black and white landscape photographs, received as a gift from the Christian Keesee Collection of Oklahoma. These are the

A Collection of Photographs

A Collection of Photographs Gleaned from a part of my collection that includes photographs from fellow photographers, colleagues, instructors and friends, and one “unknown,” as well as my own archive, this exhibition is an eclectic collection that runs the gamut

A Collection of Photographs

A Collection of Photographs Gleaned from a part of my collection that includes photographs from fellow photographers, colleagues, instructors and friends, and one “unknown,” as well as my own archive, this exhibition is an eclectic collection that runs the gamut

National Gallery of Art, People Looking (mostly) at Art

During a trip to the Washington D.C. area for my niece’s and nephew’s high school graduation, Satch and I (thanks to Satch’s sister, Nancy) visited the National Gallery of Art.  We viewed, Light of the Past, Twenty-five Years of Photography

National Gallery of Art, People Looking (mostly) at Art

During a trip to the Washington D.C. area for my niece’s and nephew’s high school graduation, Satch and I (thanks to Satch’s sister, Nancy) visited the National Gallery of Art.  We viewed, Light of the Past, Twenty-five Years of Photography

Tintype Portrait by Dale Bernstein

Recently, Satch and I were fortunate and privileged to have our tintype portrait made by master photographer, Dale Bernstein.  It was a Saturday, and Dale was hosting a day of portrait making at Mab Graves studio/gallery.  Kip Normand organized and

Tintype Portrait by Dale Bernstein

Recently, Satch and I were fortunate and privileged to have our tintype portrait made by master photographer, Dale Bernstein.  It was a Saturday, and Dale was hosting a day of portrait making at Mab Graves studio/gallery.  Kip Normand organized and