I have been making photographs for the past 40 years. My subject matter has primarily been portraits of artists. These images were made during studio visits, on trips with the artists, on vacations, in our gallery, or in my informal studio in a garage behind the gallery. I have always been intrigued by artists, their images, and also how they look. In the beginning, I felt others may also be interested in how these individuals appear and present themselves in front of the camera. I set out to record and make an encyclopedic record of my time in the world of Fine Art of Photography.
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