Rfotofolio is pleased to share some of the spaces where beauty is created in our Where We Work series. Photography is done in the mind, in the field, and then in the print. The creative process can span the photographers lifetime, and beyond. Through their work they are with us today and in the future.
Today we share a darkroom from the past, the photographer may be gone, but the art still lives and breathes.
“When my Mom (Edna Bullock) unexpectedly took up photography a year after Dad died, she had access to his small darkroom behind their one-car garage, along with various supplies and equipment. Although she eventually updated the space and made it her own, she continued to feel his presence there. And whenever she worked in the darkroom, she always wore one of the shirts she had made him and one of his belts.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson
Thank you to Barbara Bullock-Wilson for sharing.
To learn more about Kurt Fishback please visit his site at, Kurt Fishback .
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