Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Paul Menard~ Waterscapes

Paul Menard~ Waterscapes

Bio~ I grew up in Livermore, Ca. with a large family with 5 brothers and three sisters. In the summers we would camp in the Sierra and cross-country ski in the winters. I developed a love for the outdoors at a very young age and soon taught myself to fly fish. This innate love for […]

Zun Lee – Street Photography

Zun Lee - Street Photography

WORK STATEMENT I create street images to remind myself of how to be grateful. I tend to forget often… Most times, I focus on the human face – to me, it is the window to every human drama, big or small. The physiognomy tells the story. For me, the street is a living, breathing entity. […]

Sage Tune-“Equine Expressions”

Sage Tune-"Equine Expressions"

WORK STATEMENT Horses are so expressive. I am captivated by the patchwork of sensitivity, power and child like essence that they showed to me. I think a lot is captured in their eyes. The horses whose portraits I shot for this project went from being fearful, to interested, to actually straining for the camera’s attention […]

Vicki Salinas – Through my eyes

Vicki Salinas - Through my eyes

ARTIST BIO I’ve been a Bay Area resident all my life and have called Pleasanton home since 1992. I’ve always been driven to create. My decorative artistry has taken many forms from interior design to jewelry making, painting and large scale murals. My real passion is photography.  I love using my camera as a way to capture the beauty of color, shape […]

Sage Tune – “Teenage Muses”

Sage Tune - "Teenage Muses"

WORK STATEMENT This is a collection of personally sentimental portraits photographed over a period of 5 years, all before I was of legal drinking age, some 11-16 years ago. They are my collection of beloved friends, who were the muses of my early photographic creativity in our paralleled ages of carefree youth and frivolous beauty. […]

Structure | Design | Form – John Trefethen

Structure | Design | Form – John Trefethen

Work Statement Intrigued by simple forms against a blue sky, I constantly set out with my camera on the “hunt” seeking a new trophy to mount to the wall. This is a series that celebrates photography focusing on form, structure, shadow, texture, rhythm and simplicity. A selection of this work was recently on display at […]

Elements – Gene Frieders

Elements - Gene Frieders

Year and place of birth: b1959, Central Wisconsin Why photography? Photography is a hobby and a means to record memories of the places I have been. Through the medium of photography I am inspired to travel and step out of the box in which I see in my world.  I enjoy the challenge of shooting […]

Artist Focus: Christian Boltanski

Artist Focus: Christian Boltanski

Christian Boltanski is an artist known for his installation work. Among these installations are the notions of mass genocide that took place during the Holocaust. His work forces viewers to consider their place among the masses as they walk through towering heights of stacked boxes; these stacked boxes represent the remains of Holocaust victims.

The Difference Between Connotation and Denotation

The Difference Between Connotation and Denotation

Use the Log in form to the right to view the free video on Connotation vs. Denotation [Content protected for Guest members only] In the image of the Three Boys by Lewis Hine we see first hand the complex nature inherent in the photograph. On one hand we see the object of the photograph, the […]