Bea Chauvin – Unbroken

posted in: Digital, Diptych, Mississippi

And I remember the days when, sitting on the porch of our house in Maryland, I would watch my parents dancing to swirling Blues coming from our record player. I was only four and the Blues were already becoming a … Read More

Walt Stricklin

posted in: Diptych, Flora, Landscape, Triptych

The varied geography of the world and how people have adapted to living in it put me in awe of mankind. My landscapes are my attempt to capture the wonderment of those locations and give the viewer a sense of … Read More

David Morel – Last Rites

posted in: Diptych, Flora, Nature, Tennessee

There comes a time, the end of time for every living thing. People, animals, and plants, especially plants, reach their demise. It is inevitable. The growing seasons of Spring and Summer, give way to the chill death of Fall and Winter. This series … Read More

Bob Delevante

Years ago, I was looking for a new photographic technique to experiment with. A photographer and good friend of mine, Danny Clinch, recommended I try shooting with a half-frame camera. I searched on eBay and found an inexpensive Olympus Pen EE … Read More

Charles Haynes

posted in: Digital, Diptych, Georgia, Landscape

I believe the process of realizing art extends from the artist’s experience certainly, but is matched by that of the viewer. The combine is necessary. Art requires both. The power of art comes from the juncture of experience, artist and … Read More

Ben Marcin

posted in: Digital, Diptych, Maryland, Urban

The idea of doing photographic diptychs came to me almost by accident. In the fall of 2013, I was being interviewed by a television producer about a series of solo row houses I had photographed in Baltimore. The project was … Read More

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