Thoughts from Fran Forman

We are pleased to have Fran Forman as our contributor. How it Began As a kid, I always thought of myself as “an artist” but only because I could draw reasonably well, and I was totally hopeless in anything else. My doodles filled the margins of my schoolbooks, leaving little room for the text. I… Read More

Sandra Klein

“These images are imaginative, playful, quirky and also intriguingly thought-provoking.  They explore our inner world of thoughts, memories, feelings, values – what we focus on, what we hold dear.  Also they probe the connections and relationships between internal and external realities.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson Today  we feature the work of Sandra Klein. Sandra was an award… Read More

A Hope, Prayer, and a Dream

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Fran Forman Gallery

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”
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Beauty on a Winter Day from Fran Forman

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2015 on Rfotofolio

We at Rfotofolio thank all the photographers for making 2015 so memorable. Here is to the coming years. What will you create? Read More

2014 on Rfotofolio

Thank you to all the photographers that made 2014 such a memorable year.  And to all the people that love and support the art form. Part l Part ll Part lll The Photographers Agnes Courrault Jack Spencer Camille Seaman Michael Jentzen Joel Salcido Ellen Jantzen Jack Wasserbach Edna Bullock Chuck Davis Wynn Bullock Diana Bloomfield… Read More

Escape Artist, The Art of Fran Forman

  From the beautiful end pages, beginning to end Fran Forman’s book, “Escape Artist” takes you on a journey.  From cautionary tales to flights of fancy Fran Forman’s art on these pages act as an inspiration to write our own poetry, to imagine our own stories.  They tell of us of despair and hope, longing and… Read More

Tami Bone, Visual Poet

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Thoughts from the Artist, Fran Forman

“Thoughts from the Artist.”  Today we are pleased to have Fran Forman as our contributor. Students often ask me how I got started. Here’s a brief version: As a kid, I always thought of myself as “an artist” but only because I could draw reasonably well, and I was totally hopeless in anything else.  My… Read More

The Art of Fran Forman

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