Nicola Hackl-Haslinger

” This artist presents images that are mysterious, haunting, dreamlike.  There are interesting juxtapositions between what we conventionally define as animate and inanimate things, raising questions about what is living and what is not and how various aspects of existence are connected.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson

Amy Kanka Valadarsky

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A Way to Help

We are continuing the 2017- 2018 A Way to Help campaign until January 30th. We would like to say thank you to everyone that has donated to Rfotofolio. Your donations have made it possible for Rfotofolio to continue to grow our grants.

In the Company of Photographers

  Some of the photographers that made the past year special.

The Terri Cappucci Portfolio

    To learn more about the work of Terri Cappucci please visit her page at Terri Cappucci.   

Joseph O’Neill

Today we share the work and words of Joseph O’Neill.  One of the selections in the 2017 Call for Entry. Would you please tell a little us about yourself? I was born in Brooklyn, raised on Long Island, and for the past 28 years have lived in New York City, my muse. I had no… Read More

In the Company of Photographers

Some of the photographers that we featured  in 2017 and the places they took us.

In the Company of Photographers

  Some of the wonderful photographers we have featured on Rfotofolio in 2017

Brian Kosoff Gallery                                                          

  “We see what we know until we know who we are, then we see what we feel.” Ernst Haas  

Brian Kosoff

Today we share the work and words of Brian Kosoff.  His portfolio was one of the selections in the 2017 Call for Entry. “I am impressed with the surreal quality of this work. Each has a focal point and ‘something else’ that draws my eye. I also appreciate the ritual of making the images involving… Read More

Christine Fitzgerald Gallery

  “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature — the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.” Rachel Carson, Silent Spring