"A veritable cornucopia of visual delights, this book has it all and then some!" says Frank's mother about "Terra Incognita."
"A tapestry of beautiful images, every page a surprise!" says Frank's sister.
"Ansel Adams never dreamed of making landscape images like these," says Frank's brother, referencing the only other photographer he knows.
"OMG! I can't believe I married this man!" says Frank's wife. Can they all be right? Decide for yourself.
One hundred fifty black and white and color images culled from over thirty-five years of perception, this book brings together some of Frank's favorite works, old and new, for the first time in a single volume. "A great companion volume to Frank's previous retrospectives 'Simple Gifts', 'Grey Matter', and 'Sticks and Stones.' Collect them all! No photographic library should be considered complete without one," says Frank.
Seriously folks, do yourself a favor and check it out!
Additional information and images available at lavellephoto.com.
Photographer forever, Photo educator since 1977, Director of Photographic Education for Smithsonian Associates for 25 years, Workshops in Florida, Maine, Santa Fe, Ireland, Venice, Morocco, Cuba, and Turkey since 1989. Currently teaching at Newspace and Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland. League photographer for Rose City Rollers since 2010. Represented by Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, DC since 1980. Living in Portland, OR since 2008. Still looking for work!
COLOR HISTORY Published September 21, 2015
IN THE SHADOW OF GIANTS Published July 19, 2015
Grace and Frank Published December 10, 2014
THE TUSCAN SUN Published December 09, 2014
IGNORAMUS Published October 30, 2014
Pilgrims, Pints, Bodhrans, and Bo-Jazz Published October 27, 2014
POSTCARD from FIDEL Published June 04, 2014
MOROCCO 2013 Published January 30, 2014