Robert Redmond Photography - Brooklyn A brief biography My early interest in photography began with a curiosity about my father's Kodak camera. I was particularly taken with the way the camera's pleated material, like a bellows, expanded and contracted. I was also amazed by the immediacy of the camera, the magic of its ability to capture a moment of time, forever. A Sunday rarely passed that my Irish-born father didn't line up his six kids for a photo shoot in front of the stoop to our railway-flat type apartment in Brooklyn's Park Slope. 'Oh, God, not again!' we moaned, inaudibly, of course. When my mother died, my father gathered his old negatives and had a set of prints made for each of his kids. I cherish them. My most recent work has taken me out of the darkroom of silver gelatin prints into the digital-cyber world of printmaking. From a shameless interpretation of Lucas Cranach's 'Venus and Cupid' to a more phantasmagoric rendering of a heron, or to a surreal take on a broken photo-lamp bulb, I am totally immersed in the excitement of a new direction. My work is in the collections of Frank Conroy, Daniel Selznick, Dustin Hoffman, and Vincent Sardi. Upcoming, Current, and Recent shows. Current -- Object Image Gallery Several of my silver gelatin and digital photographs are currently on view. The Object Image Gallery is located at: 91 Fifth Avenue. Brooklyn, New York. 2006 - 2007 --The BWAC (Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition) Spring and Summer Exhibits. Spring 2006 -- Park Slope, Brooklyn -- Artists Open Studio Tour. Spring 2006 -- Madarts Gallery, Brooklyn - Group Show. October 2005 -- 8th Annual Gowanus Artists Studio Tour On Saturday and Sunday, October 22nd and 23rd. October 2004 -- 7th Annual Gowanus Artists Studio Tour On Saturday and Sunday, October 23rd and 24th, 50 local artists welcomed the public into their studios. Spring 2003 -- Prospect Park's Tennis House Gallery A solo exhibit of 50 gelatin silver prints of "Prospect Park in the Winter" at the Center for the Urban Environment in Prospect Park's historic Tennis House. All images are from negative or slide film and are available for purchase or license. Image sizes available up to 17" x 23" on a 18" x 24" format. Photographs of the Brooklyn Bridge, the World Trade Center, New York City, Brooklyn, and from other various locations around the world. Designed by <a href="">CrashShop</a>