Archive for March, 2015

Between Absence and Hope: The Photography of Nerea del Teso

Between Absence and Hope: The Photography of Nerea del Teso

| March 31, 2015

The landscapes and urban scenes of Spanish photographer Nerea del Teso seek to capture and explore an array of unusual and quirky places for the viewer. With a masterful use of composition and an eye for form, del Teso shoots detailed scenes depicting abandoned buildings and unpopulated terrains. Working both in analog and digital photography, […]

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Mikael Ackelman Visual Meditations

Mikael Ackelman Visual Meditations

| March 31, 2015

A sense of infinite possibilities emerges under Swedish photographer Mikael Ackelman’s focus as he distills a visual meditation from the powerful sense and spectacle of the natural world, and seeks to touch viewers’ hearts and minds through his works. Ackelman’s exquisite landscapes and nature studies are alight with a luminous wonder, gracefully bringing together a […]

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Laurent Moreau. Globetrotting Photographer

Laurent Moreau. Globetrotting Photographer

| March 31, 2015

French photographer Laurent Moreau is a world traveler who brings his unique perspective to a wide variety of landscapes and subjects. His aim is to share personal encounters with viewers of his work, and he produces both animal and human portraits. His animals studies are regal, conveying intensely human characteristics. Laurent Moreau works toward cultural […]

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Gerald Shonkwiler: Building Life

Gerald Shonkwiler: Building Life

| March 31, 2015

Buildings and other unique subjects truly come to life in Gerald Shonkwiler’s photography. Shonkwiler is a retired Architect who has been taking pictures both independently and as part of his practice for over fifty years. His digital images, a fluid mixture of color and black-and-white, luxuriate in the amazing things that landscapes, people, special experiences […]

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Claude MacBurnie: Choreographic an Air Ballet

Claude MacBurnie: Choreographic an Air Ballet

| March 31, 2015

Claude MacBurnie has taken photographs of a variety of subjects—from operatic productions, to scenes of Japanese life, to booths in professional trade shows. But a main focus of his recent work has been the original flying machines: hot air balloons. He has created a series of images giving us a poetic vision of balloons from […]

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Carol Brooks Parker Using the Camera to Record a Feeling

Carol Brooks Parker Using the Camera to Record a Feeling

| March 30, 2015

For Carol Brooks Parker, photography is more than just a way to record the world around her. “It is not my intention to make a technically accurate representation of my subject matter,” she says. Instead, she aims to use the camera, along with the tools of digital enhancement, to make painterly images that communicate her […]

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UK artists at Agora Gallery

| March 30, 2015

The original work of three UK artists Gordon Davidson, Lucy Ward and Tim Tyler will be on display at Agora Gallery, NYC.The exhibition opens on March 31st and runs until April 21st, 2015. The opening reception takes place on the evening of April 2nd. Any art lover who enjoys thought-provoking artworks and meeting talented and […]

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