Bruce Barnbaum remains a force within the black and white landscapes 53 years after he captured his first image and turned his focus from mathematics to photography in 1970.
Bruce just made his 80th trip around the sun and is more engaged than ever within the landscape with an upcoming book, Discoveries of a Lifetime, featuring over 150 Black and White images never previously published or exhibited, together with captions and essays, making it his Magnum Opus. (Defined as a large and important work of art, music, or literature, especially one regarded as the most important work of an artist or writer)
His presentation is Creativity Throughout Life. Discussion of creativity in the arts, sciences, business, with an emphasis on photography. This aligns with his prime photographic interests: of Nature, Man-made objects, Abstracts, Geometric Forms and brings his expertise in teaching workshops since 1972. You will find Bruce’s published photographs in the collection of museums, schools, individuals worldwide and lucky for us he will be with us live on the 23rd of January.