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Bob Evans B&W Portraits
CloseUp With Carol Tipping
Robert M Hensel
|Bob Evans B&W Portraits
A new photographer on PixiPort's B&W galleries is Bob
He captures the essence of his subjects personalities
thru the lens with sharp details.
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|CloseUp With Carol Tipping
Carol interviews photographer Ciro Antinozzi.
His slide archives include over 20,000 catalogued
photographs that are distributed all over the world,
including Italy, Germany, U.S.A., Mexico, Malaysia, and
New Zealand, though various international agencies.
Many of his photographs have been used extensively by
leading advertising agencies such as Saatchi & Saatchi,
Leo Burnett, Ted Bates, Ata Univas and others.
How did you start selling your work? Was that work
made, using a computer?
I started in 1979 as a geologist (I have a degree in this
subject) in fact I took many pictures when I was looking
around for my research. I began to use the Macintosh in
1990 and then my work was enriched by it. But in
early '80 I made many pictures using the double
exposures and the "sandwich" technique duplicating the
slides...the results were good but not comparable to the
computer composite files we can get today. In 1984 I
started to sell
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PixiPort is also the organizer of a "real" exhibition in
Deland, Florida at Gold Leaf Gallery. at 110 N. Woodland
Blvd., DeLand, FL on Oct 4th thru Oct 15th. Gold Leaf
Gallery Voted ''Best Art Gallery'' last 2 years in The
News - Journal's '' Best in the West '' readers poll.
Some of the artists featured are: Paul Biddle, Helyn
Davenport, Bob Snell, Judy Mandorf, Shirley
Cross, Fred Leavitt, Graham Z Seidman, Peter O'Neil, Carol
Tipping, Ciro Antinozzi, Steve Bingham and Greg
Summers. Reception Oct 4th with artists attending.
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|Robert M Hensel
" Words flow onto paper like rain, forming giant rivers of
unseen lands. The very force guides us along a journey.
That holds of great adventure.
We are the explorers of the literary world. We must find
the courage to write what others are unable to, with
the greatest of passion.
A poet dreams, and then must portray his visions upon
the page that lies before him.
It is the beauty of all things that inspires us to
communicate in such a way"...
P E A C E O F M I N D
Carry me out the ocean, where my
drifting thoughts flow free.
Guide them to a far distant land, that
only the mind can see.
There I shall paint a great portrait, of
what this world should be.
A place without senseless wars, and
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