Some of the photographers that made the past year special.
To learn more about the work of Terri Cappucci please visit her page at Terri Cappucci.
Norm Snyder was one of the photographers selected in the 2017 Rfotofolio Call. Today we present his portfolio. “Of the “street photography” entries, this is the one I gravitate to with its strong compositions and interesting, evocative relationships between people and buildings.” Barbara Bullock Wilson
“Mysteries lie all around us, even in the most familiar things, waiting only to be perceived.” Wynn Bullock
Black Haiku: Poems for Dark Times
“I wanted to bring significance to the seeming insignificant. My series “Solidifying Roots” was born out of the need to somehow preserve the items that were left after the passing of my parents. I wanted to create stories with them in an attempt to pass on my heritage and give it longevity.” Dale Niles Dale… Read More
We were born before the wind Also younger than the sun Ere the bonnie boat was won as we sailed into the mystic Hark, now hear the sailors cry Smell the sea and feel the sky Let your soul and spirit fly into the mystic. Van Morrison To learn more about these artist please click… Read More
To learn more about the work of Loren Nelson please visit his page at Loren Nelson.
I thought the earth remembered me, she took me back so tenderly, arranging her dark skirts, her pockets full of lichens and seeds. I slept as never before, a stone on the river bed, nothing between me and the white fire of the stars but my thoughts, and they floated light as moths among the… Read More
“Well, I turn people into human beings by not making them into gods.” Imogen Cunningham To learn more about the work of Paul Matzner please visit his page at Paul Matzner.
“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.” – Imogen Cunningham
As we go marching, marching We bring the greater days
For the rising of the women Means the rising of the race
No more the drudge and idler Ten that toil where one reposes
But the sharing of life’s glories, Bread and roses, bread and roses Read More