The Month of Photography 2015 was a roaring success! This year’s MoP ran from mid February to the end of May with one show going all the way to July. Gary and I put together a weekly list of openings that we planned on attending, and invited friends to join us. We were outRead more about Under Review[…]
Photographer/curator /artist and probable wearer of many other hats, Mark Sink has been as integral to the Denver art community as a certain quarterback has been to the Denver sports scene. An artist who, despite his many successes, has remained as easily approachable and true to his art as he was as a kid studyingRead more about An Interview with Mark Sink[…]
Denver’s Month of Photography is over. The scope and talent that the local art community brought to this global event was impressive, and, we would venture to say, as ambitious as many of the larger urban centers. Local offerings were many and eclectic; from a fascinating presentation by Jay Kinghorm on current publishing models inRead more about Farewell To MoP[…]
Part II of our one on one with Jody Akers. He discusses fried chicken and toy cameras, specifically his use of the Holga camera. Both color and BW images are featured. Special offer in the video for toy camera shooters. Don’t miss this video.
“Old School” sums up Jody Akers’ urban style. In this, the first chapter of a two-part video series we talk with Jody about his hard-core attraction to vintage processes and avante-garde equipment. Share it!
Using a chromagenic process to print Black & White on canvas offers visually stunning B&W Prints in the same sizes and pricing as we offer in all of our Gicleé Pigment Prints. You will be amazed at the beauty of the expanded tonal range and clarity of detail in these exhibition quality fine art pigment prints.Read more about Black & White Chromagenics Offer Stunning Tonal Range and Detail.[…]