Friday, April 10, 2020

2020 Still Life.

Not very kinetic, but first images from 2020 that I'm believing in.

Ten Texas Tornadoes.

  Contact printed from 8X10 negs on cyanotype.  There are about 30 of them.  Some still unprinted.  There was a little show in Baltimore at Full Circle Gallery, three more went to a show at LHUCA in Lubbock.  Another one or two around.  Showed this work at Santa Fe Review and Fotofest.  Guess I'm now a black and white and blue photographer.

Monday, December 2, 2019

Shadows here and there.

Grand Canyon North Rim.

Morning, Shiprock.


Cholla, New Mexico.  I stopped the last trip out to look at it again and it had died and collapsed.

Evening with Powerplant.

Shadow on the San Juan.

Panem Crater, California.


Keyhole shadow, Country Peak, Utah.

Shadow Crossing the road.

Evening, Shiprock.

Morning, Shiprock.

Friday, August 16, 2019


Learning just enough to be a hazard to navigation with cyanotypes.  Here's part of a little show going to the Full Circle Gallery in Baltimore.

All 8X10 original negative contact prints on hand-coated cyanotype paper.  Still many things to learn.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Brick Street Anthology.

Selections from the 87 images in Brick Street Anthology, an exhibition commissioned by the Tyler Museum of Art.

  "The Brick Street Anthology" was commissioned by the Tyler Museum of Art in 2015.  The project was delivered in 2016.  It consisted of 87 portraits of Tylerites in and around Tyler, Texas.  The museum hung 50 prints for a very successful exhibition.  Opening night maxed out the parking with 320 attendees.  This work was done with film and darkroom.

Phillip Pruitt, cashier and whistler at Brookshires Grocery.

Michael McClendon, Vintner, Kiepersol Estates Winery.

Master Gardners Chelly Warren and Patty McHam.

Linda Blackstock, owner, Cox's Grill.

Humorist and writer Rusty Mitchum.

Band Leader Doc Witt playing the trumpet at Historic Witt Home.

Restauranteers Gilbert and Gus Ramierez at Gus's.

Vintner Michael McClendon at Kiepersol Estates Winery.

City Councilman Don Warren boarding Tyler Transit Red Line at Bergfeld terminal.

Highway Construction Supervisor Dennis Smith on his project, Loop 49.

Veteran and flag, Bergfeld Park during Veteran's Day Ceremonies.

Librarian Mary Jane McNamera at her home.

Owners Grand-daughter, Village Bakery.

Nathan Langham and son Xander Lee Langham.

Canoeist, Tyler State Park

Auto Dealer Jack King at site of historic King Chevrolet building on West Irwin.

Tyler Rose Queen.

Brandon Driscol and Buddy, Bergfeld Park.

ETMC Hospital administrator Betsy Ellis and dogs.

Senator Kevin Eltife, Rick Eltife, Nancy Eltife.

Andrews family, Plumblers and Restaurant owners.

Ben at birthday party, Azalea District.

Cecilia Land and children during church function, Bergfeld Park.

Sisters with canoes, Tyler State Park.

Mr & Dr. Mario Charles.

Avery Laird being baptized.

Federal Magistrate Judith Guthrie with tree she planted at Federal Courthouse.

Watercolorist and Texas Artist of the Year, 1972 A.C. Gentry working crossword.

Jabo, street preacher and musician at Church-Under-the-Bridge, Tyler.

Fredrico Garza on swing, Bergfeld Park.

Sister Margo on phone, Mother Frances Hospital Chapel.

Dan teaching at Tyler Fire Academy.

Kornpop at Tyler Rose Parade.

Tyler Junior College President Mike Metke tree-hugging on campus.

Quantum physics researcher Dr. Jack Pitts.

97 year old Vinnie Jackson at site of her old church, Houston Street.

Teenage couple.

Brick Billion climbing vines.

Robert Davis running, Azalea District.