Art Dirt: Talking Art, Architecture & Photography with Paul Hester

by Glasstire April 21, 2024
A young man in front of the Goliad Monument holding the reins of a horse in one hand leads a small boy toward the camera.

Paul Hester, ” Fannin’s Men”

Brandon Zech talks with Texas artist Paul Hester about his over 50-year career taking photographs.

There are photographs that I look at and say ‘that just feels right,’ but there are others that bug the hell out of me, and those are the ones that stick with me.

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