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Category: Photography
NMA@NID - trchambers(47) I taught a New Media Art workshop at the National Institute of Design [NID] in Ahmedabad, India this past July. This was the first time for these New Media Design graduate students to experience computer technology within the context of Fine Arts. They were highly skilled on the computer. It...

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The Pixel As Minimal Art - trchambers(47) I've been working with the pixel as Minimal Art for the past four years. I continue to do so because I think there's merit in it when I compare my work to some of the early Minimalists' works. With Minimalism, no attempt is made to represent an outside reality. Minimalism is characterized...

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WIDESCREEN - trchambers(47) I'm working with the idea of " widescreen " documentary photography. What goes around comes around ... the " new " widescreen monitors these days ... and if you're around my age [59], I'm sure you'll remember the Cinemascope movies using the widescreen movie format [1953 to 1967]. I was old...

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Mother's 45s - trchambers(47) I think about my mother a lot and particularly now since the 23rd anniversary of her death is approaching. She died October 14, 1983 at the age of 58. Several years later [1990], I put together a visual arts piece, " Mother's 45s " to pay tribute to my mother and all mothers of the world. The...

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Descendants 350 - trchambers(47) History has always been an interest of mine ... even when I was in grade school, for some reason ... but I think it's boring for a lot of people, particularly youth because there's a sense of detachment. The past [certainly, the distant-past] situation/event seems to have no connection or...

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An American Teacher's Experience Near Zhengzhou, China - trchambers(47) I've had [still having] an incredible time in China. I thought I would share a bit of my travelogue about this country and through my student connections at Sheng Da College near Zhengzhou [2003-2004 academic year]. While near Zhengzhou, which is the capital of Henan Province [central China]...

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The McEwen Photographic Studio - trchambers(47) When I recall " The McEwen Photographic Studio " , I can't help but having profound memories of a process that I consider significant for me, my art students [school leavers] and the late Frank McEwen. When I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zimbabwe, Africa, I served as a curator for the National...

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Dyer Street Portraiture - trchambers(47) My first documentary portraiture project is " Dyer Street Portraiture " . I put this together in 1983. The project provides intimate street shots, and reveals the nature of the environment through detailed background content. The environment is one of simultaneity where military personnel blend...

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Acclaim to the photographer Kuo Tung Tai's works-Tea Series (Photo Updated) - CatherineYen(20,979) CatherineYen ** Acclaim to the photographer in Taiwan -Kuo, Tung Tai I like to dig out the in-depth beauty which exists everywhere in universe, but sometimes, our eyes are covered by the materialized matters. We should view things by heart, not by eyes only. To evoke the innate spirits and...

Category: Photography
Ashes and Snow-by Gregory Colbert - CatherineYen(20,979) CatherineYen The Vision of Ashes and Snow “In exploring the shared language and poetic sensibilities of all animals, I am working towards rediscovering the common ground that once existed when people lived in harmony with animals. The images depict a world that is without beginning or end, here or there...

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Earth from Above-A Great Photographer-Yann Arthus-Bertrand - CatherineYen(20,979) CatherineYen Earth from Above-The Art of Yann Arthus-Bertrand The French greatest photogrpher, Yann Arthus-Bertrand had taken series of photographs such as "Earth from Above", "Horses" etc. The former one is especially amazing in recording of the earth from above by 365 days. Yann is not only taken...

 
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