California-based landscape photographer here shows his large, dramatic black-and-white photos of big storms brewing on horizon lines.
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Colorful surreal photography.
Varjabedian’s photographs, made over the nearly three decades offer a remarkably complete, varied, and original portrait of New Mexico.
The highly regarded documentary imagery of Gary Bishop, a long-time major influence on the Dallas photography scene.
Earlier black and white work in a new large, tack-sharp, brilliant digital prints from contemporary landscapist Terry Falke. His book, Observations in an Occupied Wilderness, […]
A selection of 40 personal favorites, both old and new, chosen by the gallery’s owner, Ben Breard. Breard opened the gallery in the fall of […]
Afterimage Gallery features an exhibition of the work of former LIFE magazine photographer Bob Gomel. The exhibition entitled Multiple Exposures includes over forty images from […]
Afterimage Gallery features the work of color landscape photographer, Charles Kruvand. The exhibition marks Kruvand’s first book, The Living Waters of Texas, that is published […]
Dialogues: Where Iberia and the New World Meet includes photographs by Carolyn Brown. Brown’s series captures photographs of sacred structures in Spain, Mexico, and Portugal. […]
The photography of Angela Bacon-Kidwell is now featured at Afterimage Gallery in the exhibition Reveries of Imagination.
New Jersey photographer, Michael Massaia exhibits his platinum printed photographs shot in New York for the first time at Afterimage Gallery.
American Studies is a show of photographs of the American landscape by Terry Falke. This exhibition is composed of previously unpublished images from Falke’s recent […]
Afterimage presents two divergent series by well-known photographer Henry Horenstein. "Animalia is the name of his latest book which features images of terrestrial and aquatic […]
Kendrick‘s photographs and his dedication to documenting the quickly disappearing North American cowboy are pretty awesome. From the subject matter to the media (tintype), you’d […]
Work by LIFE magazine photographer John Loengard.