One of photographer Deborah Feingold’s earliest darkrooms was actually a prison cell. After graduating from Emerson College in the early 1970’s, she was awarded a grant to teach photography to troubled youth in a Boston prison, affirming her belief in the power of the camera as a tool for self-expression and communication and laying the
Gorson pictured above with Bob Marley's mother, Cedella Booker This month's featured artist is Arthur Gorson. Showcasing photographs from his time spent with Bob Marley prior to his departure from Jamaica to promote his newly released album "Catch a Fire." Gorson's iconic images capture the spirit of one of the most influential musicians of all time.
This month’s featured artist is photographer Don Hunstein. The staff photographer at Columbia Records for 30 years, Hunstein captured the greats: Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Barbara Streisand, and Billie Holiday. Read below for more about his time with the legends of rock, blues, and country. Don Hunstein was born in 1928 in Saint
©Jay Blakesberg This month's featured artist is photographer Jay Blakesberg. Later this month we'll be hosting a slideshow and lecture with Blakesberg. We sent him a couple questions about his 35 years as a photographer, traveling with the Grateful Dead, and his newest book, "Hippie Chick: A Tale of Love Devotion and Surrender."
Have you checked out this month's featured artist Baron Wolman's Multiplex I at the Andaz West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip? This larger than life piece of art is an accumulation of many of his images from the late sixties and early seventies. It holds iconic shots from this iconic era. Formally known as the Hyatt Riot and/or The
This month's featured artist is Baron Wolman. Read more about Wolman's intimate experiences with the greatest musicians of all time: "In the early days there was no rush for the money. Everybody was simply making music, the ones who were playing music cared about music, they wanted to play music because that's what they loved