I’m a self-taught photographer, and I’ve been making photographs for a long time. I mostly use film, and I use a variety of cameras: the standard 35mm and medium format, but also some panorama, toy, and pinhole cameras. They are all ways to have fun with the medium. I am a member of the Westbridge Camera Club in Columbus and the Fotoklub Exakta in Dresden (a sister city of Columbus). I am also a member of the Ohio Art League, and I am involved with the Facebook group The Art and Artists of 614.
For many years, I only exhibited black and white darkroom photographs. But along the way, I discovered color, and it was pretty cool! In April, I went to New York with friends specifically to take photographs. The City did not disappoint – there were wonderful colors. And so I have lots of City color in this exhibition.
My wife Claire and I live in Westerville, and we like to travel when we’re not playing with the grandkids.
January - Marvin Taylor - Paintings and Car Models
February - Kimberly Colleen Rhyan -- Widening the Solstice of the Soul
March through April - Cecilia Román - Abstract Realism - Paintings
May - Vivian Pitman and Barbara Thomas - Women of Purpose: Paintings and Dolls
June - William C. Hemming - Acrylic Paints
July - Mark Fohl - Photography
See the previous months' exhbits in the Gallery Exhibit Archives
August - Mark Fohl - Photography
September - Nelson Reinhardt
October - Lori Trent and Tiffany McClair
November - Wilfred Calvo Bono
December - No Artist Scheduled
View this presentation of Mark Fohl's color photographs of New York City.
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