"It is an indisputable truth that without light, there could be no life.
This book is a stunning compendium of the works of Rockne Krebs, an artist and pioneer in the transformation of light into ethereal articulations of time and space.
Whether using colorful lasers or the rainbow spectrum of natural light, the artist exploits the optical properties of metal, glass, water and atmospheric essence to create dynamic three-dimensional experiences.
Carol Harrison, author and photographer, does a magnificent job of interpreting the ephemeral art of Rockne Krebs from the eye, through the lens, and back again in this beautiful tribute."
Rachel Strauss Small
George Washington University
MFA, Fine Art Photography Studied with John Gossage, Advisors: Sam Gilliam, Claudia DeMonte, Anne Truitt; David C. Driskell, The Department of Art at The University of MD/College Park; BS School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University Washington, DC Université de Bourgogne Dijon, France St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University St. Petersburg, Russia Who's Who in American Art Who's Who of American Women Who's Who in the World Photographs purchased for the permanent collections of: The Virginia Museum of Fine Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Virginia Power, The National Strategy Information Center. Portraits also included in: The Holocaust Museum, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Polish History Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, The Mississippi Museum of Art, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, and additional museums and private collections. New web site created by Heather Krebs: www.CarolHarrisonPhotography.com
Jan Karski Published November 02, 2014
Celebrating 35 Years of Art Collecting at Crowell & Moring Published October 23, 2014
Marionnettes de Thailande Published August 21, 2014
Olivia, Blake + Harrison Published July 04, 2014
Blake McGregor Grady Washington and Lee University Published April 27, 2014
Yuriko Yamaguchi Published April 27, 2014
Eloise Diane H a r t Published November 26, 2013
Los Patos Surrealistas Published August 17, 2013