“These images are visually compelling with their interplay of dark and light, form and movement. Beyond this, are the intriguing ideas of the beauty and grace of “dead” and “decaying” things; of the energy and “life” of discarded objects; and the energy inherent in forms returning to the earth.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson Rfotofolio’s annual call… Read More
“We see what we know until we know who we are, then we see what we feel.”
Ernst Haas Read More
“Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light; I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.” Sarah Williams Thank you Marcy for sharing your work with us. To learn more about the work of Marcy Palmer please visit her page at Marcy Palmer.
Today we share the work of Marcy Palmer, one of the selections made by Barbara Bullock-Wilson in this years Rfotofolio Call for Entry. ” This is intriguing series of images, ambiguous, abstract, open-ended. They draw you in and beyond – working on both microscopic and macroscopic levels simultaneously. I resonate to juxtapositions of earthly and cosmic… Read More
Today we share the work of Marcy Palmer, one of the selections made by Barbara Bullock-Wilson in this years Rfotofolio Call for Entry. ” This is intriguing series of images, ambiguous, abstract, open-ended. They draw you in and beyond – working on both microscopic and macroscopic levels simultaneously. I resonate to juxtapositions of earthly and… Read More
We are reposting this for Judy Sherrod who passed away suddenly. Judy has been described as a force of nature, but she was also a very humble person. She never wanted her work to be put out there before the work of her friends. She formed the Shootapaloozas, a murmuration of artist. She will be missed… Read More
Today we share the work of Bob Cornelis one of the selections in the 2017 Rfotofolio Call for Entry. Please tell us about the portfolio of work you submitted to our call. This new project is actually an offshoot of two previous projects I have completed in the last 5-6 years. The first, Karesansui, used… Read More
I walk everyday. As a child I used to walk with my father. We would take long walks and often end up at the Plush Horse an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, or the White Shingle, a local tavern. At the White Shingle, I would get dimes to play the bowling game and a kiddie… Read More
I sit in the garden and watch the bees and the butterflies skipping from flower to flower collecting pollen and nectar. I walk on the beach and am mesmerized by a squadron of pelicans gliding inches above the waves and osprey diving into the water for fish. I don’t want these observations, this beauty to be lost to future generations.
S. Gayle Stevens Read More
Denis your work has added so much beauty to so many people’s lives that we thought it was only fair to share this gallery from some of your friends from afar in appreciation. You have shared your knowledge with others, and made a difference in your students lives. Who else could make us look at… Read More
Every year Rfotofolio’s call for entry brings a variety of imaginative, inspired work from photographers around the world to our attention. Along with guest jurors Rfotofolio selects work that inspires us. Our selections were based on the entire portfolio of work submitted, not just the image featured today. Just because your portfolio was not selected… Read More
Save the date, spread the word, lets’ pack the house. Read More