I am pleased to announce that six of my documentary photographs of Jane Ingram Allen’s living quilt projects appeared in ARTnews. Here is the link to the article. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/artists/jane-ingram-allen-living-quilts-1234603170/
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To view more of my photography please click on https://www.flickr.com/photos/timothysallenphotos/
The photo was taken in the blacksmith’s shop at Peters Valley Craft Center. It looks as if it has had a lot of rough sitting.
This photo is of two carvers in Joe Pisano class on carving. It was taken at Peters Valley Craft Center. The carver on the left is showing the other carver an article about his son that had appeared in American Craft.
This photo of Joe Pisano was taken a Peters Valley Craft Center. Here is what Peters Valley put on their bio of him. Al Pisano is a dimensional artist who creates his art through carving or sculpting. As a graduate of the prestigious School of Industrial Arts in New York City, Al started his career in NYC advertising and eventually formed his own Graphic…
This photo was taken in the narrow entry way of the church. The church is located in the cemetery where “Fallen” was taken. It was part of our photo assignment and it was challenging because I had about a meter of space from the front wall to the entrance. The window was above me. I did some post production that include reducing highlights and…
I saw a similar plant last year and thought it was bright and most important it was yellow. Why yellow? The photo club that I’m a member of had a monthly challenge for the word yellow. When I went searching for this bright yellow “tree” it was not there. The mystery is now solved.
This is the 2nd in the series of photos to complete the assignment for abstract.
Well I finally selected the next assignment. I was in Brattleboro, Vt the last couple of days attending the opening of the juried photo exhibition, “Phonetography” at the Vermont Center for Photography where I have two photographs. So today I made a random selection and it was abstract. I hope this and the ones following are more exciting than the “pain” assignment. They are…
This image is the 3rd and last in the pain series assignment. You sure don’t want to climb over and slip.
This is the second in the series on pain that I started yesterday. I selected a topic at random for a set of topics written on cards. Although this was the first time I’d done this, it seems like a good way to focus. I’ve not picked todays topic as it is raining outside. It is suppose to clear up this afternoon.