Once a year Rfotofolio has our call for entries. This year Rfotofolio is honored to have Sally Davies, Kat Kiernan, and Brian Taylor as our jurors. This is the seventh year for the Rfotofolio Call and each year the quality of work reachs a higher and more diverse level. We want to see your work. To see the… Read More
In April of this year we met Robin Dintiman. We are pleased to share her work and words with you here on Rfotofolio.
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” John of the Mountains: The Unpublished Journals of John Muir, (1938)
We are pleased to feature the work and words of Mark Muse, today on Rfotofolio. Would you please tell us a little about yourself? Started photographing as a teen. BFA from Ohio University in photography (Clarence White School with more than shades of Minor White). I have never earned a living as a photographer per… Read More
As we go marching, marching In the beauty of the day A million darkened kitchens A thousand mill lofts grey Are touched with all the radiance That a sudden sun discloses For the people hear us singing Bread and roses, bread and roses
To learn more about the work of Valda Bailey please visit her page at Valda Bailey.
Today we are pleased to feature the work of Valda Bailey. Please tell us a little about yourself. I was born in Jersey in the Channel Islands In 1958. My first creative passion was art – as far back as I can remember I drew, doodled, sketched, cartooned and painted. On every available surface, actually… Read More
Many photographers have also worked in other art forms either totally separate from photography: Brett Weston and his sculpture, Robin Dintiman and her installations, Robert Treat and his paintings. Melaine Walker, K.K.DePaul and Diana Bloomfield use their photography in other forms such as books, collage, and three-demensional work. It is import to experiment in art,… Read More
Some of the photographers we will be featuring in the weeks ahead.
Today we continue our series on photographic communities. Photographers that have come together to build a community to support each other. We hope you will find these articles enlightening and inspire you to build your own community.
Jordanna Kalman one of the 2018 Rfotofolio Selections. Would you please tell us a little about yourself?
Thank you Carolyn. Your beauty lives on. Featured Comments “Stunning, lush art! Very sad to learn (much too late) of her passing (much too early). Her photos of reflections in rivers and lakes is also stunning. Those images being more abstract, I felt a kinship with my own work, and we exchanged several messages about… Read More
To learn more about these artist please click on their name. K.K. DePaul Jesseca Ferguson S.Gayle Stevens Lori Vrba
Emily’s Garden by Brigitte Carnochan