Still Lifes by Charles Haynes

      Photographing things that don’t move. The importance of texture, color, orchestration. Homage to painting and music. Quiet pursuit. Sometimes I think photography of this nature is a form of meditation. Using digital equipment broadens the experience with … Read More

Still Lifes by Frank Fuerst

  For the last couple of years I’ve been working on a series of “natural” still lifes. In this series I’ve concentrated on taking small scenes found in nature and lightly repositioning a few of the elements to recompose the … Read More

In Profile: William Motley

One of my photographs was made in an American airport, the other along the Malecon in Havana Cuba. These two people are worlds apart in so many ways yet they were both deeply immersed in personal contemplation and completely oblivious of … Read More

In Profile: Marla Puziss

  Daily paper, Barcelona The portrait in profile confers a certain mystery. With the face hidden or partly visible, we can imagine: what is this person thinking or feeling? I like to capture photos of people on the street, to … Read More

Direct Positive by Willie Ann Wright, with essays by Denise Bethel and Sarah Eckhardt

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  Richmond, Virginia, Joan by Her Pool, 1986   Direct Positive is a collection of forty-two extraordinary images from American photographer Willie Anne Wright, with essays by Denise Bethel, former head of the Photography Department at Sotheby’s, and Sarah Eckhardt, Associate Curator of Modern … Read More

Slivers of Luminescence by Beatrice Chauvin

 Luminescence #24 Words…. Slivers of Luminescence wishes to reveal the light that comes from Big Momma, MS Nickki, Leo Bud Welch, Stuart Cole, Ralph Bankston, Mary Carr Leatherman, Pat Thomas, Tony Rabalao, Danuel Gales and Bill Beckwith. Musicians, poets, painters, … Read More

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