Auction Catalog XIV - Texas Photographic Society

Auction Catalog XIV - Texas Photographic Society

Live Auction image91. Robb KendrickLaredo, TXAshleySeries: Tintype ElkoDigital pigment printof Tintype original.11”x8”Min Bid: $ 300Value: $ 1,475Live Auction image92. Wyatt McSpaddenAustin, TXMonroe SchubertFrom the book: Texas BBQ(UT Press, 2009).Digital pigment print.20”x16”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 750Auction CatalogT E X A S P H O T O G R A P H I C S O C I E T YLive Auction image93. Dan BurkholderPalenville, NYFull Moon at Midnight,Maine Coast, A/P5” roundPlatinum/Palladium on vellumover gold leaf.Min bid: $ 400Value: $ 1,300Live Auction image94. Keith CarterBeaumont, TXNorwegian Pony # 2, 3/35Silver gelatin print.15”x15”Min Bid: $ 400Value: $ 1,100© O. Rufus LovettFourteenth AnnualCollectors’ Print Auction95. Nevada WeirSanta Fe, NMMyanmar. Maurk-U.Fog and PagodasSeries: A Nomadic VisionDigital pigment print.11”x17” • Min bid: $ 150Value: $ 77596. Arthur MeyersonHouston, TXPalm Trees and Fog, LosAngeles, 6/100Series: The Color of LightDigital pigment print.“12x18”Min Bid: $ 500 • Value: $ 875© Kenny Braun© Christopher Broughton© Matt LankesTexasPhotographicSociety6338 N. New Braunfels # 174San Antonio TX 78209NON-PROFITU.S. POSTAGEPAIDSAN ANTONIO, TXPERMIT NO. 1997© Susan Burnstine© David Gibson© Max Kellenberger© Gray HawnDavis Gallery837 West 12th StreetAustin, TexasOctober 17, 2008Auction party 6:00pm-8:15pmLive auction 7:30pmPrints on display October 13© Victoria Smith© Sandra Chen Weinstein

Texas Photographic Society – Mission & MembershipThe Texas Photographic Society, founded in 1985, is a nonprofit organization of amateur and professional photographers whose purpose is to“support contemporary photography as a means for creative expression and cultural insight. TPS focuses on the education and artistic developmentof its members and the community by providing exhibitions, publications, education, and outreach programs.” It sustains over 1,350 activemembers from 48 states and 10 countries.PHOTOTexas in Austin:Oct 17Auction XIV at Davis Gallery, 6:00p-8:15p.Live auction at 7:30p.Oct 18 Workshops 24 in the Journalism Department& at the University of Texas at Austin. See page19 14 for details.Buy it NOW!The TPS auction now features a Buy It Now option on all Silent auctionimages. (In other words, “Buy It Now” is not available for imagesdesignated for the Live Auction.) Here’s how it works: Just call us, letus know which print you want and pay the designated retail price– the Value – for the image. If you’re the first person to call, the printis yours. No hassle. This option will close at 11:00pm (central time),Thursday, October 16.Davis Gallery, site of The Collector’s Fine Print Auction, 837 W. 12thStreet, Austin. 512-477-4929. © Kaiser Soze.Related exhibitsAustin, TXStephen L. Clark Gallery. 1101 W 6th St. 512-477-0828,, Tu-Sa 10a-4p. Oct 11–Nov 12. James Evans: Rock, Paper, Scissors.Harry Ransom Center. University of Texas, 21st St & Guadalupe, 512-471-8944, Tu-Fr 10a-5p, Th 10a-7p; Sa-Su 12a-5p. Sep 2-Jan 4 TheMystique of the Archive; A Cabinet of Drawings; The Gutenberg Bible; TheFirst Photograph. appreciation:In addition to the many photographers and companieslisted in this invitation we would like toextend our sincere thanks to the following fortheir generous support of the Texas PhotographicSociety and especially PHOTOTexas weekend:Bill Davis and the Davis Gallery, AustinSteve Goff, OdessaReid Callanan, Santa Fe, NMLaura Pickett Calfee, AustinLem Johnson, Austin, TXKenny Braun, AustinKeith Carter, BeaumontVictoria Smith, AustinDennis Darling, AustinChip Hooper, Carmel Valley, CAScott C. Campbell, LongviewPat Brown, AustinRichard Newman, Pacific Grove, CATammy Cromer-Campbell, LongviewAmanda Stahl, Johnson CityDave Hamrick, AustinGlynda Hatfield Rose, AustinKeith Carter, BeaumontPeter Williams, AustinAvenue Gallery. 1510 1/2 S. Congress, 512-442-360. The Many Facesof Duncan. Photographs of the popular Scottish Fold cat belonging tophotographer Kip Holm.Real Gallery. 2824 Real St. 78722, 512-75-0458. Sa 11a-6p; Su 12n-5p;Group Photography Exhibition. Artist Reception Sa, Oct 25 4p-6p.Dallas, TXPDNB. 1202 Dragon, Ste 103. 75207. 214-969-1852.,Tu-Sa 11a-6p. Oct 18-Nov 15: John Albok, Paul Worth, TXAmon Carter Museum. 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. 76107. 817-738-1933. Tu-Sa 10a-5p, Th 10a-8p, Su 12n-5p. Ongoing: Masterworks ofAmerican Photography., TXJohn Cleary. Colquitt. 77098. 713-524-5070., Tu-Sa 10a-5p. Elliott Erwitt, thru Oct 18. Henry Horenstein: Animalia,Oct 25-Nov 29. Arts Museum. 5216 Montrose Blvd. 713-284-8250.Tu-Sa 10a-5p; Th 10a-9p; Su 12n-5p. Cinema Remixed & Reloaded:Black Women Artists and the Moving Image since 1970. Oct 18–Jan Center for Photography. 1441 W Alabama. 77006. 713-529-4755. We-Fr 11a-5p; Sa-Su 12n-6p. PerfectibleWorlds by Sage Sohier, thru Oct 26. 2008 Fellowship Exhibition, MikeOsborne On Location: Beijing. of Fine Arts Houston. 1001 Bissonnet. 77005. 713-639-7300.Tu-We 10:30-5, Th 10:30a-9p, Fr-Sa 10:30a-7p, Su 12:30p-7p. In theForest of Fontainebleau: Painters and Photographers From Corot to Monet,thru Oct 26: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The Black List Project. Santos. 1724-A Richmond Ave. 77098. 713-520-1200,,We-Sa 10:30-5. Gregory Maiofis, thru Jul 31, Marcos, TXWittliff Gallery of Southwestern & Mexican Photography. AlkekLibrary, 7th floor. Texas State University–San Marcos. 512-245-2313. Mo Tu Fr 8a-5p; We Th 8a-7p; Sa 9a-5p; Su 2p-6p. Free. 45Photographs: Masterworks from the Wittliff's Southwestern & MexicanPhotography Collection, thru Nov 2.Santa Fe, NMVerve Fine Arts. 219 Marcy St. 87501. 505-982-5009. Tu-Sa 11a-6p orby apt. Janet Russek: Beautiful Vulnerabilities and Josephine Sacabo:New York, thru Nov 8.2Rudy Salinas, San AntonioHank Auderer, San AntonioKay Denton, AustinDarcy S. Schwerin, Santa Fe, NMVerve Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NMWilson Scanlan, Santa Fe, NMDennis Fagan, AustinSteven L. Clark, AustinYam Tolan, AustinChristopher James, Boston, MAJean Caslin, HoustonNicholas Bailey, San AntonioKat Carey, San AntonioAbsentee Bid Form: Buy it NOW! see page 2.Name_____________________________________________________________________ State / ZIP ______________________________________________________________Address__________________________________________________________________3Home Phone _______________________________________________________________City _________________________________________________________________ Work Phone _______________________________________________________________Lot No. Artist title Bid Price Method of payment__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________RAFFLE TICKETS:1 Ticket for $ 5 _____ Write the number of tickets you want to place on each item.: R-01 ____ R-02 ____ R-03 ____ R-04 ____3 Tickets for $ 10 _____ R-05 ____ R-06 ____ R-07 ____ R-08 ____ R-09 ____ R-10 ____ R-11 ____ R-12 ____8 Tickets for $ 25 ______________________________________ ______________ ____________________ __________________________________________________Mastercard or Visa Number Expiration Date Security Code We/I have read the attached Conditions of Sale and we/I agree tocomply fully with them. Please sign on the line above.Submit absentee bids by 11:00pm October 16, 2008 to: D. Clarke Evans • Texas Photographic Society • 6338 N New Braunfels # 174San Antonio TX 78209 or fax 210-822-8910. Questions? Call Clarke at 210-824-4123 or email Clarke Auction Information1. All photographs are mounted, over matted, framed and ready for hanging.2. While every effort has been made to describe materials contained as correct, all lots are offered AS IS. The items are available forfull inspection prior to the auction. If you have any questions, call Clarke at 210-824-4123.3. Measurements refer to the image size, the height appears first followed by the width.4. Photographs arriving too late to appear in the auction catalog will be available for viewing during the preview week.5. All sales are final. No returns or refunds.6. The Texas Photographic Society (TPS) assumes NO responsibility for corrections of descriptions, genuineness, authenticity ordefects in any lot and makes no warranty in connection therewith.7. Conditions of sale may be waived, modified or voided at the sole discretion of TPS.8. Payment will be made in cash, travellers’ checks, personal or business checks accompanied by two forms of identification and/ora VISA or MASTERCARD credit card. Payment is to be made at end of sale.9. Absentee bids will be accepted via mail, phone, or fax until 11:00pm (Central time) October 16, 2008. Bidding will be executedcompetitively, and items will be purchased up to the amount left by absentee bidders, but not necessarily that high. This serviceis offered as a convenience and absentee bidders may NOT hold the auction responsible for any errors in executing absentee bids.Successful absentee bidders (only) will be notified within 5 days of the sale, and upon receipt of payment the items may be pickedup or mailed if shipping charges are paid.10. Values are furnished as a service to prospective bidders. They are the approximate gallery price.11. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. The auctioneer has the right to reject any bid and to advancethe bidding at his/her absolute discretion; and, in the event of any dispute between bidders, to determine the successfulbidder or to reoffer and resell the article in dispute.12. Value reflects normal selling price for each image plus $ 75 for framing.

01. Barry BannerHouston, TXRhyolite ChristmasDigital pigment print.7”x11”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47502. Alyssa BantaFort Worth, TXBoy with Toy HoopSeries: Goma, Democratic Republicof Congo; December 2007Digital pigment print. 13”x19”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 67511. Willis LeeSanta Fe, NMFear, 3/30Copperplatephotogravure.9”x11”Min bid: $ 200Value: $ 1,02512. Paul WainwrightAtkinson. NHChandelier, Old South Meetinghouse, Boston, 1/20Series: Colonial Meetinghouses of New EnglandSelenium toned silvergelatin print. 11”x11”Min Bid: $ 250 • Value: $ 47503. Robert BradshawSanta Barbara, CARemembranceSeries: Slipping HalosDigital pigment print.14”x10”Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 47504. Kay DentonHorseshoe Bay, TXVespertine, 5/40Series: LeafsmokeDigital pigment print from10”x8” ortho negative.Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 57513. Kenny BraunAustin, TXUntitledSeries: Surf TexasSilver gelatin print.15”x15”Min Bid: $150Value: $ 57514. James EvansMarathon, TXDust Devil, 1/50Digital pigment print.10”x10”Min Bid: $ 350Value: $ 67505. Kate BreakeyTucson, AZWhite Rose II, 5/50Series: NaturagraphaSilver gelatin print, sepiatoned, hand-colored withoil and pencil.20”x20”Min Bid: $ 500Value: $ 1,10006. Susan BurnstineLos Angeles, CABridge to NowhereSeries: On Waking DreamsDigital pigment print, handvarnished. 12”x12”Courtesy of the artistand John Cleary Gallery.Min Bid: $ 200 • Value: $ 1,10015. Nine FrancoisAustin, TXBathroom Epiphany #9Series: BathroomType C-Print.9”x9”Min Bid: $ 250Value: $ 57516. Amy Holmes GeorgeMorristown, NJNeverSeries: Awakeningto a DreamDigital pigment print.10”x10”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 37507. Laura CalfeeDriftwood, TXTeapot 8.2.8-1Series: SilverContributed by the artistand dberman gallery. Framedby artist. Digital pigmentprint. 8”x10”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 47508. Tammy Cromer-CampbellLongview, TXWildorado Wind Project,Binford Ranch, 2/25Series: Power. Digital pigmentprint. 11”x17”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 67517. Caleb JaggerFort Davis, TXTeahousePorkhara, NepalFiber-based Ultrachromeprint. 7”x10”Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 30018. Todd JaggerFort Davis, TXRio Grande at Big Hill,Texas/Mexico, 1/200Ultrachrome print.8”x12”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 32509. Tom ChambersRichmond, VASummer Night Ride, 8/20Series: Ex VotoDigital pigment print.15”x21”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 1,05010. Gray HawnAustin, TXCowboy HeavenSeries: Cowboy’s Passing ByMetallic print. 15”x20”Min Bid: $ 400Value: $ 90019. ChristopherBroughtonCarpinteria, CANiland Marina, CASeries: Salton SeaDigital pigment print.7”x18”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 67520. Jack KotzSanta Fe, NMGila Mountains from The NewTexaco, Thatcher AZ, 1995, A/PSeries: Gila Valley PanoramasType C-Print. 8”x23”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 1,5004 5

21. Polly ChandlerAustin, TXSaraSeries: EmotionalNarrativesSilver gelatin print.14”x11”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 52523. Ron RosenstockHolden, MAMonk’s Robes, Abbeyof St Antimo, Montalcin,Italy, 1999Series: ChiostroPhotography of Italy.Silver gelatin print.17”x13”Min Bid: $ 400Value: $ 1,30025. Faustinus DeraetAustin, TXAbundance Cup, 1/5Series: While WanderingThrough El Deh EffelSilver gelatin print.8”x8”Min bid: $ 150Value: $ 37528. Chip HooperCarmel Valley, CATide, Pescadero, 2001, 2/10Series: California’s PacificSilver gelatin print.26”x32”Min bid: $ 150Value: $ 4,00022. E. Lynn BaldwinHouston, TXMonument in theForest, WalesSeries: Guardiansof MemoryDigital pigmentprint. 15”x10”Min Bid $ 150Value: $ 37524. Patricia BrownAustin, TXTomatillo, AugustCotton Rag K3 print.6”x6”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 37526. Hank AudererSan Antonio, TXBatting Cage,San AntonioSeries: Texas Coastal PlainDigital pigment print.15”x18”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 35027. Scott CanterburyCampbellLongview, TXWood SpiritsSeries: Woods ofKadohadochoDigital pigmentprint. 15”x20”Min bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 57529. Tami BoneAustin, TXPrivate Pier, 2/25Series: Near WaterCotton rag Piezotone print. 11”x16”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47537. Paul GreenbergDallas, TXVW – Carmel, CA30. Perry DilbeckLocust Grove, GAGrindstone, 2000, 3/35Series: The Last HarvestSilver gelatin print.9”x9”Min Bid: $ 250Value: $ 67532. Lance KeimigPembroke, MACongress Street,Boston, 2008, 4/4Lacquered Luciapigment print onfiber based paper.10”x10”Min bid: $ 150Value: $ 52534. Harvey SteinNew York, NYCentral ParkReservoir, 1996, 4/4Series: Central Park PinholeSelenium toned silvergelatin print. 9”x13”Min Bid: $ 300Value: $ 1,50036. Robb SiversonFargo, NDOctober Breeze, 3/50Selenium toned silvergelatin print.11”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 350Silver gelatin print.7”x17”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 1,10038. Sonia KatchianChapel Hill, NCPhone at Gene’s Loft, 1970, 2/5Series: The Loft, W. Eugene Smith31. David GibsonDallas, TXEphemeralMoments #6 7093, 9/25Series: Ephemeral MomentsCourtesy of the artist andValley House Gallery.Digital pigment print.24”x16”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 1,60033. Dennis FaganAustin, TXBoy on Fence #3Series: PeachtownFraming courtesy of EastWest Framing, Austin.Toned silver gelatin print.10”x11”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 87535. Steve GoffOdessa, TXWakan cha, wiyangwacipi. 2008Series: Lone StarSun DanceDigital pigmentprint. 14”x14”Min Bid: $ 225Value: $ 300Digital pigment print.6”x4”Min Bid: $175 • Value: $ 70067

39. Max KellenbergerSan Francisco, CABroom, 1/25Sepia and selenium tonedsilver gelatin print.6”x4”Min Bid: $ 250Value: $ 57540. Matt LankesAustin, TXViggo MortensenSeries: AppaloosaPolaroid Type 55silver gelatin print.14”x11”Min Bid: $ 250Value: $ 57549. Victoria SmithAustin, TXSt. Simon’s Island,GeorgiaDigital pigment print.12”x12”Min Bid: $ 350Value: $ 77550. Aline SmithsonLos Angeles, CAFur, 4/10Series: Recreating HistoryHand painted silvergelatin print.16”x14”Min Bid: $ 400Value: $ 1,10041. Blue MitchellPortland, ORThe Calling, 5/5Series: MythosDigital pigment printfrom original tintype.11”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 37542. Lori NixBrooklyn, NYAquarium, 3/25Series: The CityContributed by the artist andClamp Art Gallery, New York.Type C-Print. 16”x20”Min Bid: $ 500 • Value: $ 1,10051. Karen GordonSchulmanSteamboat Springs, COInner SpaceSeries: Into My SoulDigital pigment print.12”x12”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 52552. Terri St. ArnauldAustin, TXEquusPlatinum print.9”x9”Min Bid: $ 225Value: $ 52543. Richard NewmanPacific Grove, CAJellies, 1/1Series: Monterey Bay JelliesOriginal Polaroid SX-70 print.3”x3”Min Bid: $ 225Value: $ 37544. Rick PatrickAustin, TXNew Mexico HighwayDigital pigment print.20”x16”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47553. Ann TexterGeorgetown, TXPolaroid 59-2cType C-Print.10”x8”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 52554. Will van OverbeekAustin, TXGreat DaneSeries: Wet DogsDigital pigment print.23”x15”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 57545. Lisa M. Robinson& Ken RosenthallTucson, AZUntitled, 1/1Cyanotype prints.12”x9” (each image)Framed by artist.Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 1,25046. John R. RogersAustin, TXBluebonnet SunsetDigital pigment printfrom 4x5 transparency.11”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 50055. Amanda StahlJohnson City, TXBall and BottleSeries: Bottle CollectionHand tinted silvergelatin print.4”x5”Min Bid: $150Value: $37556. Trish SimoniteSan Antonio, TXFlint Tower, 2/30Series: The History of FlintDigital pigment print.12”x16”Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 67547. Patricia SandlerLos Angeles, CADoe Bay, 2/25Series: Into The WestDigital pigment print.16”x20”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 575848. Luther SmithFort Worth, TXWildwood Park LakeWorth, TexasSeries: North TexasLandscapes. Digitalpigment print. 21”x27”Min Bid: $ 300Value: $ 82557. Ansen SealeSan Antonio, TXTransient Landscapeno. 1 (Köln)Digital pigment print, digitalSlitscan Photograph. 9”x30”Min bid: $ 150Value: $ 750958. Sheri Lynn BehrEdgewater, NJGold Cat 068 | Man 063, 1/18Series: WatchingDigital pigment print. 8”x16”Min Bid: $ 150 • Value: $ 963

59. Joan GentrySanta Fe, NMWinsor Creek RunoffSilver gelatin print.11”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 72560. Martha GrenonAustin, TXMartin “Topo” Cancun, #1Tin Man in Austin, 1/6Series: Facing East / July 2008Silver gelatin print.10”x10”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47569. Paula ChamleeOttsville, PASan Ignacio, BajaCalifornia, 2003, 2/10Series: Baja CaliforniaSelenium toned silver chloridecontact print. 8”x10”Min Bid: $ 1,000Value: $ 2,50070. Dorothy RichardsonGrafton, Ontario, CanadaDoll VIISeries: DollsSelenium tonedsilver gelatin print.14”x14”Min Bid: $ 250Value: $ 57561. Carol HaymanAustin, TXWinterPolymer Plate Intaglio.10”x8”Min bid: $ 150Value: $ 22562. Christopher JamesDublin, NHDying Man, Benares,India-1985Digital pigment print.11”x9”Min bid: $ 350Value: $ 1,500Live Auction image71. O. Rufus LovettLongview, TXBlonde, Kilgore RangeretteSeries: Kilgore RangerettesDigital pigment print.15”x15”Min Bid: $ 450Value: $ 87572. Charles MaloneAustin, TXDesert DelugeDigital pigmentprint. 16”x20”Min Bid: $ 225Value: $ 475Live Auction image63. Kim WestonCarmel, CAPuebla # 24, 3/35Silver gelatin print.14”x11”Min bid: $150Value: $67564. Lem JohnsonAustin, TXOur First PianoSilver gelatin print.14”x11”Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 37573. Wayne LambertColorado Springs, COTarahumara Boys,Chihuahua, 1981, 6/50Series: Indigenas MexicanosPlatinum / Palladium print.8”x10”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 75074. Rania MatarBrookline, MALooking Out,Lebanon 2007, 2/25Series: Ordinary LivesDigital pigment print.13”x19”Min Bid: $ 500Value: $ 1,10065. Cole ThompsonLaporte, CODark WatersSeries: Light Emanatingfrom Darkness.Digital pigment print.8”x12” Framed by artist.Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47066. Cole ThompsonLaporte, CORailroad TracksSeries: Light Emanatingfrom Darkness.Digital pigment print.8”x12” Framed by artist.Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47075. Scott MartinSan Antonio, TXOcotilloSeries: Big Bend at NightAsphaltum coated luciaprint on canvas.10”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 82576. Frank YezerAustin, TXGondola TipsSelenium tonedsilver gelatinprint. 14”x13”Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 52567. Don KirbySanta Fe, NMMisty MornSelenium toned silvergelatin print.16”x20”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 1,02568. William C. Nowlin, Jr.Austin, TXTorres del Paine NationalPark, Chile, 1/10Digital pigment print.11”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 37577. robert Kirk WilliamsDenver, COMolly Motherload, 1/25Silver gelatin print.10”x10”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47578. Michael KiteiSanta Fe, NMOasis - Jeff Davis County.TX, 2004Digital pigmentprint. 8”x17”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 40010 11

St79. Angilee WilkersonDenton, TXSway of the Blue Stem, 2/10Series: No Mountains No Waterfalls:The Wondrous Prairie.Digital pigment print.24”x24”Min Bid: $ 500Value: $ 92581. Beckwith ThompsonOdessa, TXDragonfly LaunchSeries: WhimseyDigital pigment print.8”x8”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47583. Natalie YoungEl Segundo, CALucid, 2/20Series: The FarmSilver gelatin print.7”x7”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 82585. Jill EnfieldNew York, NYGingerDigital pigment print of wetcollodion glass plate image.11”x17”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 1,17587. Sandra Chen WeinsteinLake Forrest, CAVeiled, 3/25Series: Facets of IndiaDigital pigment print.10”x12”Min Bid: $ 430Value: $ 93580. Michael O’BrienAustin, TXTennessee DreamDigital pigment print.12”x9”Min Bid: $ 200Value: $ 67582. Andy MatternAustin, TXTree #12Series: TreesDigital pigment print.9”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 52584. Mary Ann LynchGreenfield Center, NYBlue Marilyn, A/P 2Chromogenic print.9”x13”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 67586. George ObremskiNew York, NYGondolasDigital pigment print.15”x20”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 1,50088. Teresa VanHatten-GranathNashville, TNCharlotte Merrick’s PropertyDigital pigment print.11”x14”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 375RaffleThis year’s raffle includes photographic products and select images donated bygenerous TPS members. You may select the items you wish to place your raffletickets. Put them all on one item, or spread them around to try and win more.R-01. Santa Fe WorkshopsSanta Fe,$ 1,000 tuition credit*The Santa Fe Workshops presents over 130weeklong workshops each year in the magicalsetting of northern New Mexico. Winter, summer,and fall workshop programs in photographyand year round digital workshops offercraft, vision, and inspiration for professionalsand amateurs alike.*Some restrictions/requirements apply.Zero ImagingR-04. Zero ImageHong Kong Zero 135 wooden pinholecamera package.Value: $ 188The world’s first wooden pinhole camerathat acepts 35mm film. Made ofTeak Wood, takes normal pictures(23mmx35mm) and panorama(23mmx45mm) images.R-02. River City SilverSan Antonio, TXwww.rivercitysilver.comTwo drum scans and 2 30”x40” printsValue: $ 300Two high quality drum scans at 300 dpi inRGB color mode, which yields a 309MB-filesize. To compliment the drum scans, River CitySilver will also provide one Cymbolic SciencesLightjet 30˝x40˝ print each of both scans.R-05. Agave PrintAustin, TXwww.agaveprint.comGift CertificateValue: $ 200AgavePrint is a digital printing and art reproductionstudio located in Austin.R-08© Stefanie KlavensTickets are a mere $5 apiece, 3 for $10 or 8 for $25. Remember, your money goesstraight to member services like our great color catalogs, touring exhibits, workshopsand more. Purchase your tickets by using the Absentee Bid Form on page 2or call Clarke at 210-824-4123.R-03. Calumet PhotographicBensenville, ILwww.calumetphoto.comGift CertificateValue: $250Calumet Photographic It’s where thepros go.R-06© Diana DopsonR-07© Allison PetitR-12© James Overturf89. Yam TolanAustin, TXAmerican For PeaceDigital pigment print.12”x15”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 47590. Bill WrightAbilene, TXAngkor WatSeries: CambodiaDigital pigment print.8”x12”Min Bid: $ 150Value: $ 475R-10© Kim WestonR-11© Sean PerryR-09© Max Kellenberger12 13

Workshops 24 in Austin, TX – October 18 & 19The workshops will be held in the Journalism Department at the Universityof Texas at Austin. Steve Goff has again put together a diversifiedarray of workshops from alternative processes to digital imaging. Adetailed description of courses and the instructors can be found on theTPS website You can also download the WorkshopRegistration form and lunch menu.01. Chad Smith – Commerce, TexasPhotographing People: Studio andLocation Lighting TechniquesSaturday October 18 8:30a-4:30p &Sunday October 19 8:30a-4:30pThis interactive workshop is for advanced amateurs who want towork more creatively as portrait photographers. The class willcover the fine points of “one light” photography both in thestudio and on location by gaining a better understanding oflighting ratios, composition, perspective, camera & lens operation,studio and speed lighting equipment. During this hands-onworkshop students will examine the many ways people are photographed,from historical traditions to contemporary trends.There will be discussions on how to set up a portrait session anddevelop a comfortable rapport with the subject.Chad D Smith is an Assistant Professor of Photography at TexasA&M University in Commerce, TX. He has over 25 years of experiencein both the applied and fine art fields of photography, hastaught all aspects of photography for over 18 years.Workshop fee: $ 235 Workshop limit 1202. Steffani Frideres – Spring, TexasGum Bichromate printingSaturday October 18 8:30a-4:30p &Sunday October 19 8:30a-4:30pThis workshop will explore the historical process of single ordouble color gum bichromate printing. This early form of photographyuses ammonium or potassium bichromate and gumarabic instead of silver to create the image. It is printed on aheavy watercolor paper. Any color can be used, as the image coloruses watercolor paint. The images are all contact printed fromlarge format negatives or positives. Therefore, we will start theworkshop learning how to make traditional Kodalith negatives inthe darkroom. However, if you have large format negatives youwish to bring, these will also work.Steffani graduated from the University of Calgary in Canada afterearning a BFA in art, she went on to complete her Masters of Artat Washington State University in 1994.Workshop fee: $ 200 Workshop limit 1203. Lucian Perkins – Washington, DCExpanding your Photo Story for the Web and MultimediaSaturday October 18 8:30a-4:30p 125In the rapidly evolving age of the Internet and multimedia, the“classic” photo story can be widened to include sound and evenvideo. In this one-day seminar, Lucian Perkins, will first showinspiring examples by photographers in the art, documentaryand photojournalism communities and explain how they nowuse the Internet to take their photo stories to a new level.Lucian will show some of his projects and demonstrate how hecreated them by recording interviews and ambient sound, andhow stylistically he shot them to generate a flipbook or usedanother photographic technique. He will walk you step-by-stepthrough how he brought all the materials together. This class willmotivate you to consider new ways to tell a story with photographyand introduce you to the powerful and effective tools youwill need to create them.Lucian Perkins is a staff photographer for the Washington Postwhere he has won two Pulitzer Prizes. He has covered many ofthe daily and political events in Washington, DC and the U.S.Workshop fee: $ 140 Workshop limit 2004. Alison Hahn – Irving, TexasScanner as CameraSaturday October 18 8:30a-12:00nWe will discuss the flatbed scanner as an expressive photographytool. Technical concerns will be addressed such as determiningoutput resolution, scanner software adjustments and usingadjustment layers and layer masks in Photoshop ® to make finishingtouches.Creative aspects will be covered such as choosing subject matterand pre-printed imagery as backgrounds for the final photograph,and composing and layering of creative material.Students will be given the opportunity to use the instructor'sscanner and computer to construct an image of their own. Studentsare encouraged to bring their laptops and flatbed scannersif portable.Alison Hahn completed her Master of Fine Art in Photography atTexas Woman's University in Denton, Texas. She is Senior Lecturerin Photography at the University of Texas at Arlington. Asan educator and artist she embraces both traditional and digitalphotography.Workshop fee: $ 80 Workshop limit 1205. Sean Perry – New York, New YorkTranslating Photoshop ®Saturday October 18 1:00p-4:30pArchitectural and fine art photographer Sean Perry will demonstratehis favorite image enhancing strategies amassed from hisjourney as an Adobe Certified Expert and Trainer, articulatingPhotoshop ® from a wet-darkroom printers point of view.Techniques and Topics will include Contrast and Masking, Black& White Printing and Toning, Sharpening, Shaping Light, andLuminosity Blending. Repurposing master files into varied promotionalmaterials will be covered.Sean Perry is a fine-art, architectural photographer living andworking in New York City and Austin, Texas. He is currentlyphotographing a series on structures and the built environmentof New York City, as well as exhibiting new body of work beingpublished this fall, Fairgrounds.Perry's work has been published widely including his first bookby Cloverleaf Press, Transitory, as well as Graphis, the AmericanPhotography Annual, Shots, The Photo Review, Silvershotz andCamera Arts.Workshop fee: $ 90 Workshop limit 2006. Carol Watson – Blanco, TexasDigital Infrared PhotographySunday October 19 8:30a-4:30pWe will explore the theory of infrared photography, equipment,exposure and compositional considerations. We'll spend timeshooting and cover post processing techniques in Photoshop ® toenhance your images. Work on your own images or images provided.We will have some infrared capable camera for you to try,so bring a Compact Flash card to save your images. If you do havean infrared capable camera and IR filter, bring them. If you wantto try the post-processing techniques, bring your laptop withPhotoshop ® or Elements installed.In 2005, Carol was selected as Photographer of the Year in theArchitecture category at the International Photography Awardsand also won the Lucie Award for "New Discovery of the Year" forher "Prairie Solitude" series. Carol recently opened Watson StudioGallery, in Johnson City, TX, devoted to photographic and digitalfine art.Workshop fee: $ 115 Workshop limit 1507. Jean Caslin & Diane Griffin Gregory – Houston, TexasMarketing Tools for Visual ArtistSunday October 19 10:00a-4:00p"Marketing Tools for Visual Artists" covers a wide variety of topicsto assist photographers in developing and refining skills neededto thrive in today's competitive environment. Topics include settingpersonal goals; titling and valuing the creative product; creatingan identity packet; writing artist statements; creating websites;getting exposure through appropriate competitions andcharity auctions; establishing record-keeping procedures andbudgets; fundraising through personal solicitations, specialevents and artist's grants; finding alternative exhibition venues;and developing relationships with collectors, creative coaches,dealers and galleries. A packet with readings, bibliography andresource list will be distributed.The workshop will be led by Jean Caslin and Diane GriffinGregory, of Caslin Gregory & Associates, Consultants to the Artsand Culture. The team has many years of experience in artsadministration and the promotion of visual artists.Workshop fee: $ 115 Workshop limit 2008. Scott Campbell – Longview, TexasColor Management in PhotoshopSunday October 19 8:30a-12:00nJoin Scott as he attacks the backbone of color management inPhotoshop ® . Providing an overview of color theory, color managementconcept and practical usage, Scott will show you how toeffectively manage color spaces and conversions throughoutPhotoshop ® . Monitor calibration and profiling, viewing environments,custom printer ICC profiles, and ICC profile creation willbe covered.Students should have a basic understanding of photography,Photoshop ® , and the Macintosh operating system.Scott C. Campbell is a Commercial and Fine Art Photographerliving in East Texas. His award winning work has been publishedin many national publications including Communication Arts,Photo District News and Lenswork. Scott holds the position ofDigital Color Specialist/Photographer for Dynamic ResourceGroup LLC, developing digital workflow procedures for Photographers,Graphic Artists, Prepress, and Pressmen.Workshop fee: $ 90 Workshop limit 2009. Joseph Walsh – Blanco, TexasSelf PortraitureSunday October 19 1:00p-4:30pThe self portrait has a long and distinguished history, even predatingphotography by several centuries. We will examine theself portrait from three aspects: First, we will look at examplesfrom painting, drawing and sculpture but with a heavy emphasison the photographic tradition. Participants are encouraged tobring an example or two of their past efforts. Second, we'll discusstechniques, the various and varying ways you might do your ownportraits. Finally, we'll employ those techniques to shoot our selfportraits.Joe Walsh holds a Master of Arts degree in Photography fromGoddard College. From 1969 to 1971 he attended the BrooksInstitute of Photographic Arts and Science. He taught photographyat Amarillo College as well as West Texas A&M University forthirty years.Workshop fee: $ 90 Workshop limit 2010. Yam Tolan – Austin, TexasLightroom 2.0Sunday October 19 1:00p-4:30pIn this introduction to Lightroom, you'll learn how to manageyour digital images. We'll cover getting your images from thecamera into Lightroom, how to sort and rate the images, and"develop" them utilizing Photoshop ® , and then output them toeither prints, websites or slide shows. We'll also talk aboutexporting images from Lightroom to other programs likeiPhoto or MyPublisher for creating self-published books. A whirlwindtour packed with useful and accessible information awaits!William Tolan is an Adobe Certified Instructor of Photoshop ®CS3 and Lightroom, and serves on the Boards of Directors ofboth TPS and the Society for Photographic Education. He hastaught extensively and his photography has been widely exhibitedand is included in the permanent collections of the Museumof Modern Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, amongothers.Workshop fee: $ 90 Workshop limit 20Workshops 25 in Amarillo, TX11. Nine Francois – Austin, TexasOur Town: Amarillo – Discovering YourPhotographic VoiceNovember 8 & 99:00a-4:30pOver 16,000 towns and 1,200 incorporated cities are listed in theTexas Almanac. The places are as varied as the Texas landscape.To celebrate the people and places of Texas, the Texas PhotographicSociety (TPS) will hold three sequential photographicworkshops in designated cities. Each year, TPS plans to host 3 ormore workshops in cities and small towns throughout the state.Amarillo will host the first workshop series followed by Odessaand Longview. Each workshop will culminate with a travelingexhibition.Have you ever dreamed of producing an extensive body of workabout something that is directly and personally meaningful toyou? Have you ever hoped to embark on a photo project thatmay someday turn into a book? Would you like to use photographyto investigate and learn more about your family, your community,the culture and region you live in? This workshop isdesigned to help you find and develop your “voice” in photography.Through visual exercises, photographic assignments, presentations,discussions, and critiques this workshop will help yousee and understand how your images connect with one anotherand will help you move in the direction of creating a thematicbody of work that has meaning for you.Workshop fee: $ 125 Workshop limit 1514 15

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