LOOK CLOSER: Beno Saradzic and the Imagining of Place

Rob Wilson examines the work of contemporary photographer and visual artist Beno Saradzic. In the previous two columns, I discussed

“Dahlia Abstract” by Colleen Parker

If not for the COVID-19 pandemic, this image would not have happened. During the lockdown, all our travel plans were

FRAMES Podcast with Gary Beeber

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Gary Beeber – member of our

“Blue Eyes” by Jeff Henningsgaard

This photo was taken 10 years ago when I was fairly new to photography. I love animals and would go

“Le Champ de Blé” by Normand Métivier

I like getting up early in the morning to take pictures in the city and around the countryside. The early

The “Someday” Project by Desiree Day

For many, many years, this circa 1970 VW pop-top camper van has been sitting in the yard. In 1985, my

“Dear Cow” by Joan Tomás

I go trekking all the time in a valley in Pyrenees called Val d’Aran. Just in the frontier with France.

“Untitled” by Laurie France

After over twenty years working in finance I was blessed with having my position eliminated with a full year of

“Colossus” by Mark Benham

While working on a book about Portugal a number of years ago, a Portuguese photographer friend showed me an image

FRAMES Podcast with Joel Meyerowitz

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Joel Meyerowitz – one of the

LOOK CLOSER: Julia Margaret Cameron, Charles Darwin, and the Image that Endures

Rob Wilson examines the work and legacy of Julia Margaret Cameron. If you close your eyes and try to imagine

“Picnic Pavillion, Night” by Thom Goertel

For my work, I travel. And because I am working while I am away on location, evenings and early morning,

“Nude No. 2” by David Kyle

I am fortunate to be able to use an art room at the university as a studio. It is perfect

“Wild Orchids and Alliums” by Rita Anna Long

I have loved nature since school, the nature table always intrigued me. I am a fine artist and use flowers

“Sincere Imports” by Don Saban

I made this photograph in Chinatown / Los Angeles while wondering around the area one night. The light that bathed