El Abanico

This is the work I sent for the Auction "Aires de Esperanza" to be held at Galería Freites in Caracas on November 2008.

See more of my works commissioned for the front page of the corresponding catalog at:

Mis recientes trabajos


Les invito a ver mis recientes trabajos:

1. Interpretacion fotográfica de una galería.

2.Interpretacion fotográfica de la Exposición de Manolo Valdés.

3 Semblanza fotográfica de Manolo Valdés

Estos son archivos "pesados" que cargan lento por tener fotos y musica.

Si son usuarios de Windows es posible que deban actualizar Quicktime, si es así lo pueden hacer gratuitamente en
Ojalá y les guste!


Ricardo Báez Duarte

My new Studies

Have a look at my new Studies series:

Chinese Stamps
 The Grove
 The Skies

Screen Lives of Matthew Pillsbury

Visit Screen Lives of Matthew Pillsbury

The world of David Maisel

Visit the interesting website of David Maisel

Sensitive Light

Visit Sensitive Light ,a wonderful website full of interesting
works by Graham Jeffery.

Take a look at  the interesting
smoke effects photographs.
I came across this website from Photoshop Tips, Tricks And Tutorials



Visit the wonderful work  of


Sean Kernan Studios

Sean Kernan Studios

Sofia Fararova's work

Visit the wonderful and poetic works of my friend Sofia Faranova in FAPS

© Sofia  Fararova 2007

© Sofia Fararova 2007

© Sofia  Fararova 2007

Pierre Gonnard

Visit Pierre Gonnord works

Doug Dubois

Visit the interesting work of Doug Dubois


Visit this stupendous photo blog!

Click for previous Copyright:PhotosJLC ©
Photo by JLC. This work is copyrighted

© Toutes les photographies restent la propriété de son (ses) auteur(s)


Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase

Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase

The interesting world of Mark Tucker

Works by Mark Tucker

Photography of the Unexpected and Neglected Architecture

Jacob Carter

The inspiring work of JACOB CARTER

Caroline Shepard

Fantastic work that of Caroline Shepard


Joan Kaufman's work embodies aspects of sculpture, theatre, photography, and digital media. She works in series producing large format B/W photo-based images that blur the boundaries between illusion and reality. By creating constructed realities within theatre-like settings, her images are experienced as moments suspended in a larger unfolding narrative.

Her current exhibition, Sure Sign, explores the fragile yet steadfast nature of human beings living in a new and dangerous world. Responding to threats in primitive and makeshift ways, their actions are a metaphor both for the individual caught in a personally precarious situation and a cautionary tale for the larger world that we live in.

A Toronto-based artist, Kaufman has exhibited both nationally and internationally in public and artist-run galleries; is the recipient of Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council and Manitoba Arts Council grants; and has works in both public and private collections.

Red Head Gallery
401 Richmond St. W. Ste 115, Toronto for more information.

Reference of this article : ART POST


Visit her wonderful exhibition

The goal of the body of work entitled Interior Landscape is to open a space for the viewer to experience an external, familiar landscape in an altered way-letting the eye tap into both a real world view and a personal, inner terrain.

Beginning my career as an abstract painter, I progressively moved towards abstraction in my photography. In exploring different ways to photograph the landscape, I intuitively approached the work from a painter's point of view while abstractly composing in camera. My goal was to create visual tension while leveraging natural distortions within my compositions. The distortions act as a filter-allowing the viewer the choice of what to focus on-both internally and externally.

By using the natural distortions present in our every day world-moisture on windows, swirling smoke, rising walls of mist-I transform the landscape into an unfamiliar world of concealment and uncertainty. This transformation evokes a painterly quality, while still retaining a connection to the realism inherent in photography. While focusing on the most minute details of these natural distortions, we generate a space for quiet contemplation-breaking old, rigid view patterns and allowing for a new external and internal vision to occur.

By  Carol Inez Charney