Floral display- Fuji Camera
The painting in the background is based on the earliest photo of troops in action – one of Fenton’s Crimean War Photographs .
Matt is working on installing a piece of sculpture in San Francisco
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Darryl continues to make amazing gum prints. Here he is shown with the saw blade that woke the Laurel Falls Girl’s Camp Campers up every morning and rang the changes of their classes & activities. He used it as a light modulator for the prints in the second picture.
This maybe as close as I can get to the original thing.
One of the best large format camera workers of her time Evon Streetman is shown here at work with her 4×5 camera finding the true horizon line. Note she is up on her camera case ….
Bones and Baby Gene Pool Leave The Fish Out’a Water to the Kindness of Strangers.
The following note goes with a Verifax image I made in 1968 < ![endif]–> As Lee Friedlander would tell you, I am not a photographer. At best I am a photographist, an image maker. Verifax: While I almost always carry a monocular camera with me to “snap” pictures, I almost always end up making some [...]
Announcements will appear next month but I wanted to tell you now that Window Jazz Inventions, paintings 2005-2009, my first show in New York in six years, will open at the ACA Galleries, 529 West 20th St. on December 10 from 5 to 8. Cheers, Jim Check his website under Fellow Artists. You’ll enjoy the [...]
Nazraeli Press has published his book entitled The Green of this Notebook. http://www.nazraeli.com/bookdetail.php?book_id=100256
Since Apple has decided to cut everyone off from older software and provide no way of running legacy software my new machine is just an email devise unless I spend several thousand dollars … Good grief.
Check it out. Brilliant as always. http://www.bearandfox.com/
Well folks that project is on hold … and I’m on the cutting room floor. Such is life.
The folks doing this film came to Tallahassee to shoot an interview with me. I’m listed under artists but who know, I may end up on the cutting room floor. check it out http://www.lightinthedarkroom.com/html/darkroom_01.htm
Fred Parker, whom I met at the Geroge Eastman House when we were training photo curator (one of Nathan Lyons most inventive project) has posted a note about a catalog he did of my work when he was curating at UC Davis http://www.parkerfineart.com/dates/1970.html
the rest, as they say is history… ah WiKi page … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_W._Fichter
Update from the Frances Kline Atelier & Art Galley In March I will move the printmaking studio will move to a location near the Charlotte airport. I am now scheduling for the up coming months. I offer collaborative lithography, Workshops,private Instruction and monotype days.