November 18, 2014 • Leave a Comment
I don't quite remember the circumstances that brought Lori Vrba's work to my attention. Likely I followed a link in one of the blogs that I read regularly. Whatever initiated my arrival at her website, it was my good fortune to discover her work. Her images evoke emotions and feelings in me as few other images have done. She is a self-taught artist committed to film and traditional wet darkroom printing, an increasing rarity these days. But I think her vision would be manifested equally well in whatever media she chose to create it. She's a natural. I'm drawn to everything about her images. Tonality,contrast,subject matter, composition, all come together and speak to me. Not just visually, but imaginatively as well. Hers is a most creative eye. And, not only in her still photography, but in her video dabbling as well. Lori loves life, her family, her friends, and her art. And, to our great benefit, it shows in her work.
November 15, 2014 • Leave a Comment
To say that the images created by Art Wolfe are beautiful works of art would be an understatement. His dedication to his work is an integral part of each and every image he creates. His mastery of the tools of his trade is second to none. He is driven to find unique and original subject matter for his photographs. If you have never watched his television series Travels to the Edge, you should. The series is beyond inspirational as Art travels to places like the Altiplano in Bolivia, the Torres del Paine in Patigonia and the Omo Valley in Ethiopia, among a great many others. You can find out more about Art's photographs, books, and workshops at his website, www.artwolfe.com.
October 17, 2014 • Leave a Comment
...this one is by far the best.
Jeb Corliss Flies Through Tianmen Cave
September 10, 2014 • Leave a Comment
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