Exhibition catalogues are a very important type of literature for Art History. They provide documentation relating to all the items displayed in a show at a museum or art gallery and they contain new scholarly insight by way of thematic essays from curators and academics.
Creative Communication Award To view Creative Communications Award winning entry – https://www.c2award.com/winners/c2a/2023/5495/ To view Muse Photography Awards winning entries: 2023 – https://musephotographyawards.com/winner-info.php?id=3799 2022 – https://musephotographyawards.com/winner-info.php?id=2073/ 2021 – https://musephotographyawards.com/winner-info.php?id=627 To view for European Photography Awards winning entries: 2023 – https://europeanphotoawards.com/winner-info.php?id=2070 2022 – https://europeanphotoawards.com/winner-info.php?id=519 To view London Photography Awards winning entries: 2023 – https://londonphotographyawards.com/winner-info.php?id=2407 2022 – Competition […]
Summer Edition Welcome Friends, Summer 2022 has finally arrived, and hopefully after two years of restrictions, we can achieve a form of normalcy. Spring has been an active period on the news front! Reflecting on how to best describe the content of this edition of my e-newsletter, one word came to my mind — International. […]
There are similarities between cooking food and photography. To deliver the best meal, you need the best ingredients and in photography, the best light, choice of subject, choice of location. Let us Get Personal As I grew-up, dinners included over-cooked meat, potatoes, and vegetables that were over-boiled. My Mother was never venturesome in her cooking. […]
I describe my process as painting with light. . First, to create the story, I select and compose the subject. To expose the subject on the film, I set the amount and quality of light through studio lights, filters, aperture, and shutter speed. · Second, from the film a negative is created. In the darkroom, I […]
Edited version by Dale M Reid Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house not a creature was stirring not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care; in hopes that St. Nicholas would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds, as visions of sugar-plums […]
Analog Art – Special Offer and Updates Hello! It now has been almost 8-months that we have faced the Covid-19 restrictions impacting our lives. I hope everyone is staying healthy and safe. Personally, while I have not been able to create new artwork, I have been investing my energy in developing tools to communicate with […]
It has been seven-months since our life has been restricted because of Covid-19. This has led us to question what our future will look like. In the art world, we have been faced with the cancellation or postponement of art and design fairs. This has reduced artists’ ability to personally connect with potential collectors, interior […]