An Internet Exhibit of 40 Years of Work
including digital photography and 35mm, 2 1/4" (TLR) and polaroid
This shot of me was taken over 40 years ago.
I made my first Jackson Pollock painting (in the background)
and then posed in a manner to duplicate a famous photograph
of Pollock in front of his painting, even to including a cigarette
that I did not smoke. Soon after this I bought my first camera.
Then photography rather than painting became my medium.
Because of the interest I have received from this website due to my digital photography, I have decided to also put together a sampling of the best of my earlier work followed by selections from my later digital work. I divided this exhibit into themes so that interested viewers can follow the development of my imagery over the last forty years.
This exhibit goes as far back as 1967 and includes 35mm black and white and color film photos from negatives plus photos from 35mm black and white slides and color slides, SX 70 Polaroid photos, 2 1/4" color photographs taken with a Rollei Twin Lens Reflex - TLR and a Bronica SLR plus early low resolution digital photographs taken with a Casio QV 100 and recent high resolution digital photographs.
Under each picture I have included a caption followed by the date, place and medium that I used to create the image.
If you want to know more about my development as an artistic photographer, you can read my illustrated autobiography which has been very popular on the Internet or read some of my essays.
Please click on a thumbnail to go to the page for each exhibit.
Each exhibit is on a long page which must be scrolled down.
Each page starts with the oldest image at the top of the page
and then pictures go down the page in chronological order.
Photographs Of Candid Figures
Photographs Of Silhouetted Figures
Photographs Of Figures With Movement
Paintings/Photographs Of Abstract Patterns
Photographic Compositions Found In Nature And Elsewhere
Medium Distance Photographic Compositions
Photographic Compositions With Rain/Water
Including Myself In The Photograph