Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

Lumière Collectors Editions

Lumière Collectors Edition™: a series of portfolios featuring the work of established artists, curated by Lumière. They represent exceptional, compatible examples of each artist’s work. The initial offering of six portfolios each contain five editioned photographs, matted and packaged in an attractive linen portfolio box with descriptive inset pages. Pricing for the portfolios range from $1,800 – $3,500.
Call the gallery (@ 404-261-6100) or E-MAIL for more information.

Al Weber

This portfolio, selected in consultation with the artist, represents work from a 2011 exhibition of his photographs at the Center for Photography Arts in Carmel California. Al Weber’s career in photography spans six decades. The subjects of his work run the gamut from aerial and architectural photography to portraits, abstracts, and imagery of the American Southwest.

To view Al Weber’s artist page SELECT, or E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $3,500

Wynn Bullock – Classic Black & White

Wynn Bullock (1902-1975) is viewed by history as one of the masters of photography. Selected for this portfolio are five classic Bullock images that span the breadth of his artistic career. Along with Frederick Sommer, Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind and Ansel Adams, Bullock was one of the five founding photographers whose archives established the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, AZ in 1975.

To view Wynn Bullock’s artist page SELECT, or E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $3,000

Wynn Bullock – Color Light Abstractions

Bullock is best known for his classic black & white photography. However, from late 1959 to early 1965, he explored the beauty and wonder of light itself through his Color Light Abstractions. Due to limitations in printing technology, he was never able to fully share this work before his death in 1975, and it is only recently that it is being brought to life by his heirs. Exhibited for the first time at Lumiere in June 2009, it has since been shown in Beijing, China; Carmel, CA, and Tucson, AZ.

To view Wynn Bullock’s artist page SELECT, or E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $3,000

Bob Kolbrener

These classic images by Kolbrener, four images from his work centered in Yosemite, a fifth from the rugged coast of California, all illustrate his command of traditional silver gelatin photographic processes. A student of Ansel Adams, Kolbrener carries on a tradition of his predecessors with a vital artistic vision uniquely his own.

To view Bob Kolbrener’s artist page SELECT, or E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $2,000

Peter Essick

Award winning photographer, Peter Essick’s remarkable color landscape photographs from landmark settings throughout the world reveal the stunning spiritual and artistic power of nature. The selection for this portfolio illustrate a broad spectrum of his work and collectively display his ability to reveal the beauty of the natural world.

To view Peter Essick’s artist page SELECT, or E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $2,000

Tom Murphy

Murphy’s photography illustrates his passionate love for our wild clean earth. Tom’s understanding of wildlife is apparent from the beginning. He photographs wildlife as they go about their daily lives, patiently waiting for each animal to share its life with him in the wild.

To view Tom Murphy’s artist page SELECT, or E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $1,800

Abstractions – Featuring Tom Murphy & Peter Essick

This portfolio features abstractions drawn from the beauty of nature and framed by two world class photographers: Peter Essick and Tom Murphy. Essick who has traveled the globe contributes two images to the portfolio, one from Fraser Island off the East Coast of Australia, and a second from Finland near the Arctic Circle. Murphy’s contributions of three images are from the area he knows so well, Yellowstone National Park.

E-MAIL for more information.
Portfolio Edition Size: 5
Price: $2,000

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With extreme hot temperatures over the past week it seems fitting to share three images by John Gutmann of swimmers at a pool in San Francisco from 1934.

If you are looking for indoor activities to beat the heat - head to the Breman Museum in Midtown Atlanta for the exhibition Culture Shock - Photography by John Gutmann. Currently on view and featuring more than 60 classic Gutmann photographs.

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If you are looking for indoor activities to beat the heat - head to the Breman Museum in Midtown Atlanta for the exhibition Culture Shock - Photography by John Gutmann. Currently on view and featuring more than 60 classic Gutmann photographs.

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Celebrating Kris Kristoffersons 86th birthday today with three images by Al Clayton. Clayton met and photographed Kristofferson during the 1960s when they both were living in Nashville. Many of these images were featured in Ken Burns documentary: Country Music. 

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