|EMMA JO WITH GOATS
chosen by Ave
Bonar, a freelance photographer
in Austin, Texas. We first worked together,
in 1976, on a 120-page photo calendar, the
Book of Days. She has published several books
STEEL BARS, NO CAGE
chosen by Roy Flukinger, Curator, the Harry
Ransom Humanities Research Center, The
University of Texas at Austin. This was
also Sadie Somerville’s first choice
and many others mentioned it, forcing me to reconsider its worth, which I had considered to be only above average. Roy
was a juror of the photos selected for
the 1979 and 1983 Book of Days calendars that I published
and we served together on the board of
Photographic Society. Curator Heather Coyle later selected it for a 2007 exhibit at the Delaware Art Museum.
chosen by Barbara, my wife, who is often the
first to comment my work. We live in Arden,
Delaware. I had expected her to choose
a peaceful landscape.
chosen by Jim
Janknegt, a painter in Elgin,
Texas. His house and studio are surrounded
by chickens, goats, dogs, cats, and a peacock.
Like me, he has more projects going than
he can begin to finish.
SUV FIVE ABSTRACT
chosen by David McClintock, a photographer
in Arden, Delaware. While still shooting film, he began using using the computer as his darkroom in 2005. Sadly, he died in 2008.
chosen by Gerry Piotrowski, co-owner, Colourworks
chosen by Eric Russell, co-owner, Colourworks
Art Space. My truck, two photos sandwiched
chosen by Laura Scanlan, Director, Delaware
Division of the Arts. We worked
together on a committee at Westminster
chosen by Sadie Somerville, co-owner, Somerville-Manning
Gallery in Wilmington, Delaware. We first
worked together on the archives at the
Arden Craft Shop Museum.
chosen by Craig
Stacey, portrait photographer,
Bullhead City, Arizona. When we first met,
neither one of us took photos.
GREAT WHITE EGRET
chosen by John
Wilson, illustrator, Austin,
Texas. A good friend, I was curious what
a non-photographer would choose.
chosen by Bill
Wright, photographer, Abilene,
Texas. Bill travels widely and has published
several photo books.
chosen by Carson
Zullinger, freelance photographer,
chosen by the artist. Like my dad, who was
a zookeeper, I love how animals look. I must,
since they keep showing up in my work.