DAVID MAISEL: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PAINTINGS

I do not even recall how I came across this photographer, but it was only recently, and definitely by accident. David Maisel, Terminal Mirage 4, 2003 I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Photography, so I have so much to say on the topic of this medium. My first thought is that everyone… Continue reading DAVID MAISEL: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PAINTINGS

THE INCREDIBLE DAGUERREOTYPE

I went to school for photography and learned about daguerreotypes during this time of massive and monumentally beautiful creative explosion. Daguerreotypes were one of those things that, like photography itself, just got under my skin (in a good way), and took over, forever more, holding me captive in a prison of passionate and agonizing inspiration.… Continue reading THE INCREDIBLE DAGUERREOTYPE

ART TALK: RONALD FISCHER, BEEKEEPER

Image: Ronald Fischer, Beekeeper, by Richard Avedon, 1981 This image is very near and dear to my heart. First of all, I went to school for photography, so I am partial to all things photo-related (or, I should say MOST things—there is some photography I just can’t stand). However, I never really enjoyed studio photography.… Continue reading ART TALK: RONALD FISCHER, BEEKEEPER