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

James Dean’s Grave

On Saturday, November 14, 2015, at sunset, Satch and I visited James Dean’s grave in Fairmount, Indiana. The light was so beautiful, I needed to make this photograph. As always, Dean’s grave has an interesting selection of items left behind

James Dean’s Grave

On Saturday, November 14, 2015, at sunset, Satch and I visited James Dean’s grave in Fairmount, Indiana. The light was so beautiful, I needed to make this photograph. As always, Dean’s grave has an interesting selection of items left behind

A Little Exhibition of Small Photographs (Full Gallery of the Exhibition)

This exhibition was held at SATCH LOST AND FOUND ART STUDIO/GALLERY in the Circle City Industrial Complex in Indianapolis, Indiana from August 7 through September 4, 2015.  Catalogs of the exhibition are available at Satch’s Studio/Gallery. Thoughts on the Exhibition

A Little Exhibition of Small Photographs (Full Gallery of the Exhibition)

This exhibition was held at SATCH LOST AND FOUND ART STUDIO/GALLERY in the Circle City Industrial Complex in Indianapolis, Indiana from August 7 through September 4, 2015.  Catalogs of the exhibition are available at Satch’s Studio/Gallery. Thoughts on the Exhibition

Updating “Work” Tab, New Page, “Kewanna”

I’ve added a new page, Kewanna, under the “Work” tab in the top menus of the website. Here is a Direct link to the Kewanna page.

Updating “Work” Tab, New Page, “Kewanna”

I’ve added a new page, Kewanna, under the “Work” tab in the top menus of the website. Here is a Direct link to the Kewanna page.

Exhibit Held Over through First Friday, September 4

SATCH LOST AND FOUND ART STUDIO is extending my exhibit, A Small Exhibition of Little Photographs, through this First Friday, September 4, 2015.  We will be at the Studio at the Circle City Industrial Complex from 6 pm to at

Exhibit Held Over through First Friday, September 4

SATCH LOST AND FOUND ART STUDIO is extending my exhibit, A Small Exhibition of Little Photographs, through this First Friday, September 4, 2015.  We will be at the Studio at the Circle City Industrial Complex from 6 pm to at

Paul Strand, A Few Words

Paul Strand’s life and photography has been a huge influence on my development as a photographer.  A 1991 retrospective exhibition of Strand’s work in at the St Louis Art Museum was a game changer for my appreciation of the ability

Paul Strand, A Few Words

Paul Strand’s life and photography has been a huge influence on my development as a photographer.  A 1991 retrospective exhibition of Strand’s work in at the St Louis Art Museum was a game changer for my appreciation of the ability

Thoughts on “A Little Exhibition of Small Photographs”

Thoughts on the Exhibition Over three years ago, I “retired” from photography. Since then, I have exclusively photographed for myself, with no thoughts of a particular project or exhibition. I have stayed loyal to my art, but with a different

Thoughts on “A Little Exhibition of Small Photographs”

Thoughts on the Exhibition Over three years ago, I “retired” from photography. Since then, I have exclusively photographed for myself, with no thoughts of a particular project or exhibition. I have stayed loyal to my art, but with a different

Smith Cemetery, Vallonia, Indiana – Step by Step to Final Print – Update August 6, 2015

While digging through some recently found boxes of negatives and prints, I came across this Polaroid Type 55 negative of the Smith Cemetery in Vallonia, Indiana made in November of 1993.  I have no idea why this was not with

Smith Cemetery, Vallonia, Indiana – Step by Step to Final Print – Update August 6, 2015

While digging through some recently found boxes of negatives and prints, I came across this Polaroid Type 55 negative of the Smith Cemetery in Vallonia, Indiana made in November of 1993.  I have no idea why this was not with

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Marylin, After Warhol

Recently, Satch found some vintage half-tone ortho litho film negatives.  One was the same photograph that Warhol used in making his iconic Marylin Monroe silkscreen print.  I couldn’t resist, so I scanned the negative and made, via Photoshop, my own

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Marylin, After Warhol

Recently, Satch found some vintage half-tone ortho litho film negatives.  One was the same photograph that Warhol used in making his iconic Marylin Monroe silkscreen print.  I couldn’t resist, so I scanned the negative and made, via Photoshop, my own

Pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó

El Santuario de Chimayó is a Roman Catholic church in Chimayó, New Mexico.  This santuario (Spanish for “sanctuary”) is famous for the story of its founding and as a contemporary pilgrimage site.  It receives almost 300,000 visitors per year and

Pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó

El Santuario de Chimayó is a Roman Catholic church in Chimayó, New Mexico.  This santuario (Spanish for “sanctuary”) is famous for the story of its founding and as a contemporary pilgrimage site.  It receives almost 300,000 visitors per year and

David Lee Miller, an Homage

I have been thinking about David Lee Miller today.  David was a talented photographer and a good friend. In her studio on the wall of inspiration, Satch has a beautiful print of David’s photograph that he made at Black Mesa

David Lee Miller, an Homage

I have been thinking about David Lee Miller today.  David was a talented photographer and a good friend. In her studio on the wall of inspiration, Satch has a beautiful print of David’s photograph that he made at Black Mesa

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Spirit of Place: Northern New Mexico, eBook Now Available

Update:  Spirit of Place:  Northern New Mexico is now available in the iTunes bookstore at this link. I am excited to announce that the eBook version of, Spirit of Place:  Northern New Mexico, is now available for purchase and download.

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Spirit of Place: Northern New Mexico, eBook Now Available

Update:  Spirit of Place:  Northern New Mexico is now available in the iTunes bookstore at this link. I am excited to announce that the eBook version of, Spirit of Place:  Northern New Mexico, is now available for purchase and download.

Updated – New Book – New Mexico Photographs

Update:  The photograph below ended up avoiding the cutting room floor.  In the book, it is opposite the title page, the first photograph in the book! I am currently designing a new book that will contain archive images that I

Updated – New Book – New Mexico Photographs

Update:  The photograph below ended up avoiding the cutting room floor.  In the book, it is opposite the title page, the first photograph in the book! I am currently designing a new book that will contain archive images that I