Art book publisher extraordinaire (Johsel Namkung – A Retrospective) and photographer Dick Busher is having a small show of his personal images at the Sand Point Grill in Seattle’s Laurelhurst neighborhood. The prints will be on display during August and September.
This will be his first show of personal work in many years, a “coming out again” event, so to speak, now that he is retired from the world of commercial photography.
The images are nature/landscape in genre, mostly close ups. The sizes range from 20 x 16 to 44 x 55 inches. Digital inkjet prints made from scans of 4 x 5 inch color transparencies.
The Sand Point Grill is a wonderful restaurant. The Bartlesons are the owners/chefs. He does the entrees, and she does the deserts. They also have a full bar. Hours are 5 – 10pm, Monday to Sunday. The food is fantastic. The address is 5412 Sand Point Way NE, about a mile NE from Children’s Hospital.
It’s August and I am teaching workshops! The Palouse is another terrific place for photographers in Washington State. The wheat fields are iconic for this region, sculpted from silt dunes that were deposited during the last ice age.
There are a very few spaces left for the January & February 2015 Antarctica trip conducted by Luminous Landscape and led by six of the world’s finest photographic instructors, including yours truly. Join us?
The field workshop I lead on the Oregon coast is always one of the most relaxing. The locations are gorgeous–Cannon Beach, Cape Meares, Astoria, and the Columbia River. There is always something new to see!
I was very excited to get back in the studio for the first time in two years to continue my exploration of the Human Canvas project–this time with a Leica. It germinated in my mind over 20 years ago and I’m not nearly through with it yet. Abraham Joffe and his crew were in from Australia to film the day’s work as well,which was long, tiring and wonderful.