Due to a family emergency, John Paul Caponigro’s presentation for October 25 is being rescheduled. Instead, the Bedford Center for the Arts Photo Group welcomes photographer, author and photo tour leader, Ron Rosenstock for a virtual presentation about “Making More Meaningful Photographs”. Please note that the presentation will start at the usual time of 7 pm.
Ron Rosenstock has been creating images of the world and its people since the 1950’s. His work has had many incarnations from vivid colors to black and white, from the darkroom to digital, from large format cameras to full-frame digital, from early dawn to infrared dusk. His images are real, though real is hardly subjective. Viewed in objective terms, color is far more real than black and white is – if only because color is such a defining element of reality as experienced by the human eye.
Ron has studied with many of the masters, including Ansel Adams, Minor White and John Paul Caponigro. He has published six books of his photographs and written numerous articles on the art and craft of photography. Ron has exhibited his work in more than 100 shows worldwide and is featured in numerous permanent exhibitions, including the Fogg Art Museum, the Worcester Art Museum, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the International Center of Photography. Ron taught photography at Clark University for over 30 years. He also leads tours around the world for professional and amateur photographers to places such as Bhutan, Iceland, Italy, Morocco, New Zealand, Greenland and Cuba. Ron currently has a show of his work in color at the Fitchburg Art Museum.
This meeting is free and open to the public. A meeting link will be sent to the BCA member email list. Non-members wishing to attend Ron Rosenstock’s presentation as Guests should use the Contact Form on bcaphoto.org; select Guest Attendee under Inquiry Type. Guests are welcome to attend two meetings, and then should join the Group if they would like to continue.
This program is supported in part through a grant from the Bedford Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.