Monday, 16 August 2004
Right Place And Decisive Moment
CREDIT: © [image] Stu Levy/Sailboat & Shadow © [page] AfterImageGallery.com
WHERE: Golden Gate Bridge, California, USA. WHAT: sailboat and bridge shadow.
MAP: San Francisco. Thumbnail click pops-up source web page.
Stu Levy is a family practice physician from Portland, Oregon. His medical qualifications are less relevant to his appearance here than his practical photographic experience working with Ansel Adams, and his dedicated work as a devotee of Minor White and Eliot Porter. The featured picture is entitled Sailboat and Shadow (Golden Gate Bridge #176) from the AfterImageGallery.com web site. Stu's work may also be found at:  S.K. Josefsberg Studio, a business that has now closed as a gallery, but retains online exhibitions;  SeeingLight.com; and  Scheinbaum & Russek in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with an online gallery.
Several public collections hold examples of this artist's work, and private dealer Thomas V. Meyer will be happy to sell you a fine art      print to add to your collection. You may read references to Stu's work with grid montages, and in addition to the Josefsberg Studio examples, there is another on the PAO [Photography At Oregon] web site. We recently featured Martin Parr, who works in a comparable way, and British painter David Hockney has done similar photographic projects. We plan to bring together examples of this type of exhibit in a forthcoming feature.
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Jules Laforgue (1860-1887)
"Ah! que la vie est quotidienne."
Oh, what a day-to-day business life is.
'Complainte sur certains ennuis' (1885)