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
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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
Karen Bullock is one of the 2018 Rfotofolio Selections. “This work is emotionally powerful and incredibly sad. I had a hard time looking at the images of suffering animals, but I applaud the artist for forcing us to see what we, as a society, try to ignore and deny. This is an important statement… Read More
The Denis Roussel Award is given to a photographer whose work is based on the historical/alternative photographic processes, including silver gelatin. Thank you to Jesseca Ferguson who spent long hours reviewing your submissions. Thank you to all of the photographers who applied for this award. You set the standard very high. Statement from Jesseca Ferguson… Read More
“Using white chalk, In the night, she scratched his name on the coarse gray wall, telling her love, describing its never ending nature, its eternal flow. It lasted, clinging like salve, until the rain came—a small morning storm, really—washing it away forever. The wet powder raced through the gutter like a white penny, rolling toward… Read More
“Mysteries lie all around us, even in the most familiar things, waiting only to be perceived.” Wynn Bullock Photographs are memories captured.