Exhibition: KEITH CARTER: GHOSTLAND
Keith Carter explores new territory in his upcoming exhibition at PDNB. He uses archaic lenses and photographic processes to create mythical imagery. In these beautiful sepia toned photographs we find his familiar theme of the animal world and folklore.
Bog Dog, 2013
The show will include approximately 50 photographs: a combination of tintypes, a 19th Century process; large pigment prints; and traditional gelatin silver prints.
About five years ago, a rare form of eye cancer altered his vision in one eye (not the eye he uses to focus with his camera). This new way of seeing did not discourage him; it only inspired him to translate what he sees into his new work. It is evident that Keith Carter remains as passionate about art as he was decades ago, when he traveled across Texas with his wife, Pat, to document s...
PDNB Gallery presents « Summer Time : And The Living is Easy »
"What good is the warmth of summer without the cold of winter to give it sweetness." John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley, In Search of America
After such a brutal winter PDNB Gallery celebrates the summer with full gusto.
As Steinbeck described, we do have an extra special summer ahead to savor.
Images of beaches, swimmers, campers, vacation spots, bathing suits or no bathing suits, all befit the iconic summer respite.
© Bill Owens, Untitled (Parade Woman Holding Flag), 1971, Courtesy PDNB Gallery, Dallas, TX
In the 1970's Bill Owens developed a project taking photographs of people at leisure, which led to his book, Leisure. The photographs capture a nostalgic view of our child and teen years, hanging out at the pool, camping out, and marching in...