The website for Bridgette Bogle, painter extraordinaire!
Long time friend and photographer, working out of his hometown of Kochi, Japan. Currently photographing the high speed particle accelerators and large scale experiments that are part of contemporary subatomic physics research.
An early adopter of the Diana camera for fine art photography, Mark and his partner Kristen Hatgi are currently producing stunning wetplate work.
2008 Guggenheim Fellow, Fred's work documents abandoned living spaces in former East Germany and the rapid pace of change in contemporary China.
2008 Guggenheim Fellow. Ardine's work has documented the small garden communities of Dresden, Germany as well as the waning days of the Columbus, Ohio urban retail space, City Center.
Columbus based composer and musician Brian Harnetty. I met Brian at the Headlands Center for the Arts in 2005
Website of Chicago artist Vesna Jovanovic, featuring pinhole photos, pareidolia inkspills, ceramics, hybrid art with an interest in the intersection between science and art.
Anne Arden McDonald
Anne and I are the same age but she is a wiser soul and a true polymath. She works in the sculptural mode as well as large scale photography, cyanotypes, Diana camera images, staged self-portrait work, and photographic installations. Additionally she is a champion of many photographers who work in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
An art studio located in close proximity to the Maryland Institute College of Art, MAKE studio is the home to beginning to advanced adult artists with disabilities and an incredible abundance of talent. MAKE studio artists include Jermaine "Jerry" Williams, Tony Labate, Louis Middleton, and Bess Lumsden.
Dayton Visual Arts Center
A beautiful contemporary art space in downtown Dayton.
Headlands Center for the Arts
Where I spent the summer of 2005 working on "Sibling Rivalries"
Emmanuel College, Department of Art
Site of my summer 2011 residency.
Darien's china painting on ceramics investigates how are perception of our world is increasingly shaped by new media.
Mari's mark making, mostly in the form of woodcut prints reminds me of the imagery that drew me into the worlds of science. If you can imagine how carnivorous plants lure insects to them, you have an idea of the strange beauty of her prints.
Installation and sculptural works in wood and ceramics exploring our use of tools, vessels, and architectural devices.
Tim Castlen Photography
photographs made by a true photographic film omnivore
I first met Peter at FotoFest in 2004 and was fortunate to bump into him again at the 2012 edition of the biennial. He is currently creating amazing work in collaboration with another bay area photographer, Lisa Levine.