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SCULPTURES:
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CAROLYN
MARKS
BLACKWOOD:
PHOTOGRAPHER
WAYNE
MONTECALVO:
CORRUGATED
ELLIOTT LANDY:
PHOTOGRAPHER
OF A GENERATION
ZE'EV WILLY NEUMANN:
LOVE KNOT
KAREN
BERELOWITZ: KARMABEE
john Unger
Grey Ivor Morris
GREY IVOR
MORRIS:
MULTI-MEDIUM
ARTIST
About
Michael Oatman
Carolyn Marks Blackwood photographs nature within a several mile radius of her house, with most of her photos taken just a few steps from her door above a cliff along the Hudson River, facing the Catskill mountains. Blackwood particularly loves sky, clouds and water. "I find my photographs," she says, and using almost no manipulation other than cropping, her photographs often burst with color. Sometimes they are completely in gray tones, such as ice breaking up into beautiful cubist patterns in the Hudson River, and she is also a big fan of abstraction. This film aired on PBS and was screened at the Albany Museum of History and Art.

MICHAEL
OATMAN:
DELIGHT
& DESTROY
JOHN UNGER:
OLD GLORY