One afternoon, the light was amazing. While at the Brush Creek Foundation artist residency in Wyoming, the light, particularly as the sun set, was unlike anything I’ve seen before: it had a searing quality that illuminated everything, but also created a sense of mystery. Late this one day, while walking up from Artist’s Camp, as
Mythic Sky, West: Wyoming Landscape, from Brush Creek Artist Residency
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While wandering off the straight-as-an-arrow dirt road in the Prairies, a clump of trees appeared, and through one showed the moon in the near complete darkness. The only other sounds besides my footsteps in the tall grass were crickets. From the fine art photography series, “Between.”
Flowers Fading in Morning Light: Father Project, New Photograph Taken in the kitchen, where there is a beautiful morning light, the flowers faded gradually, partially alive. This is from a new yet to be titled photographic project chronicling my father.
Between: a series of night landscape photographs Steve Giovinco. New Hope, PA, along the canal, just as sun sets in the winter.
Just what DO you think an Elvis Christmas would look like?
The day and evening sale at Christies has some good work, but there seems to be little in the way of photography, surprisingly. Here are a few that I like:
Something is Wrong with This Picture: Theater Informing Photography at Recent Chelsea Gallery Openings
Recent Chelsea Photography Exhibitions: Theater, Staging, Production Orit Raff at Julie Saul Gallery As I am in photo printing mode–color correcting a new portfolio of work–I’m apt to look closely at photographic prints (“pixel peeping”) to see others at their craft. But when at Julie Saul Gallery, seeing Orit Raff’s show, on closer inspection, I
What does a skeleton in a suit look like? Contemporary fine art photography in Sicily, photos by Steve Giovinco
One of the strangest and most oddly compelling place I visited was the Sicilian catacombs of Palermo, where mummified ninteenth century skeletons are dressed. They wore suits–deteriorated–and were carefully organized by business or industry, ]including nicely attired bankers to farmers, and even a few children, which were heart-breaking. If you ever are in Palermo, visit