CURATOR'S NOTE: A million people a year snap pictures of New York City. Few do it well. Almost none do it at a genius level of skill. Art photographer Jay Fine [ www ],[ rep ] is one of the few geniuses. I've long called Jay by the honorific "Fogmaster" --no one can outshine him when it comes to shooting atmospherics. Carolyn Marks Blackwood [ www ],[ rep ] has also long impressed me with photos of river ice and more. She recently surprised me by also turning out to be a film producer [ imdb ]. (I had no idea and was doubly impressed since I've barely done anything in the film/TV world [ imdb ]. How pleasing to pair-up these two! This exhibit is non-commercial/non-selling, and any parties wishing to acquire an image must consult the original image-makers (see their web/rep links above). For this exhibit, I wanted these masters to contribute mostly images where something from the sky was falling or was somehow interacting with the ground. --Terry Ward (AKA GrumpyVisualArtist) [ www ]
Group below, thanks to: Jay Fine Copyright: the artist.
Group below, thanks to: Carolyn Marks BlackwoodCopyright: the artist.
The Weather Channel reprinted some of Carolyn's ice photos [ www ]