About the Book
This book is a collection of Bart Aldrich's most noted images and creations in abstract photo art, west and southwest US landscape and Asia travel photography.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Aug 31, 2010
- Tags Phoenix Town, Feng Huang Cheng, Antelope Canyon, Alabama Hills, Lone Pine, Salton Sea, Inle Lake, Taj Mahal, Death Valley, Luang Prabang, Santa Fe, New Mexico, west coast, southwest US, eastern sierra, san diego, palm springs, California desert, Joshua Tree National Park, Joshua Tree, California coast, Oregon coast, art photo, photo art, photo painting, Asia photography, asia travel, asia photography, landscape photography, abstract art, art and photography, Asia travel photography, Asia travel, abstract photography, abstract art photography, travel photography, art photography, Sedona, Bishop, Rajasthan, India, Guilin, Beijing, China, Tibet, Burma, Myanmar, Laos, Sukhothai, Krabi, Thailand, Indonesia, Bali, Taos, Arizona, southwest, Oregon, California, photo-painting, asia, landscape, Asia, photography
Bart Aldrich takes inspiration from a wide range of visual sources and creates lasting images noted for their vibrant colors and intimate details. A dedicated film shooter for many years he now prefers shooting digital for the efficiency it brings to his workflow and the flexibility he gains in doing his own postproduction work. Bart, who grew up in southern California lived in Hawaii for 15 years before relocating to Hong Kong in the early 90's. It was during the four years that he lived in Asia and while visiting more than a dozen southeast Asian countries that his passion for photography was rekindled. Working exclusively with film for over a decade he honed his eye for the heart of a location and it's native peoples. Bart has since relocated to the scenic desert near Palm Springs California. Here he exhibits his work in 10-12 art shows a year and is within reach of a myriad of scenic locales around California and the great Southwest.