2012 BEYOND THE THING ITSELF

Edward Weston famously spoke of photographing "the thing itself," and one year we presented a portfolio with that title. These objets all have something extra - even magical - that move them beyond depictions of the thing itself.



Shelf with Large Vase

Pamela Hawkes
Rockport, MA
Shelf with Large Vase
Wet-plate collodion on aluminum, 8"x10"

Shelf with Double-Handled Vase

Pamela Hawkes
Rockport, MA
Shelf with Double-Handled Vase
Wet-plate collodion on aluminum, 8"x10"


Tea Pot

Robert Moran
Bar Harbor, ME
moran.photo@yahoo.com
www.robertmoran.com
Tea Pot
Archival pigment print, 16"x16"

Pink Radio

Robert Moran
Bar Harbor, ME
moran.photo@yahoo.com
www.robertmoran.com
Pink Radio
Archival pigment print, 16"x16"


Induction

Dan Schlapbach
Baltimore, MD
Induction
Wet-plate collodion, 6.5"x8.5"

RT 6, Between Mansfield and Wellsboro, PA, from the series The Susquehanna Trail: Road of Never-Ending Delight

Christine Welch
Leola, PA
christinewelchphotography.com
RT 6, Between Mansfield and Wellsboro, PA, from the series The Susquehanna Trail: Road of Never-Ending Delight
Archival pigment print, 22"x28"


Offset

Mark Winicov
Philadelphia, PA
www.markwinicov.com
Offset
Archival pigment print, 16"x23"


Gods and Heroes II

Benjamin Pierce
Philadelphia, PA
Gods and Heroes II
Archival pigment print, 21"x16"

Poinsettia 7

Joyce Lopez
Chicago, IL
www.joyceplopez.com
Poinsettia 7
Archival pigment print on rag paper, 20"x20"


Shell 2

Suzanne Savaria
Erdenheim, PA
Shell 2
Archival pigment print, 20"x16"


The Photo Review, 140 East Richardson Avenue, Suite 301, Langhorne, PA 19047-2857.

| Auction | Competition | Garden Party | Journal | Newsletter |
| Gallery | Subscriptions | About The Photo Review |
| The Photograph Collector | The Photographic Art Market | Links | Index | Contact Us |
| Home |