“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.
Banner image above © Deb Young
We think of this space as Rfotofolio’s’ virtual building not just another website. Explore and you will find galleries for many of the photographers that have been on Rfotofolio. In this space we archive past interviews and articles written by and for photographers as well as videos and book reviews.
This building never closes, these galleries have no bins.
Rfotofolio’s annual call brings to our attention the inspiring work that is being done. Today we share the work of Paul Matzner, one of the selections in the2017 Rfotofolio Call for Entry. Would you please tell us a little about yourself ? I was born in 1953 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. First generation American,… Read More
“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.” – Imogen Cunningham
“Your job is to draw a line from your art to your life that is straight and clear.” David Bayles Read More
To learn more about the work of Wen Hang Lin please visit his page at Wen Hang Lin.
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
Rfotofolio’s annual call brings to our attention the inspiring work that is being done. Today we share the work of Wen Hang Lin, one of the selections in the2017 Rfotofolio Call for Entry. Would you please tell us about yourself? I was born and raised in Taiwan, and moved to the United States and studied… Read More
To learn more about the work of Robert Treat please visit his page at Robert Treat.
“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