Tuesday, January 25, 2011

New Rolfe Horn Photographs

Rolfe Horn | Receding Tide, Cannon Beach, Oregon 2010 | Gelatin silver print

Sometimes photography trips take an unexpected turn. Last year Rolfe Horn headed for the Olympic National Park in Washington State. As he approached the Oregon border the weather further north was forecasted for 70 degrees and cloudless skies so Horn changed his destination.

Instead, he headed for the Oregon coast where atmospheric conditions are usually a certainty. It is here that Horn spent a few days turning his camera to the sights he enjoys photographing. These newly released images embody Horn's trademark ethereal look and rich tonality. His quality of light and exceptional darkroom printing are always a superb combination.

>> View the new Rolfe Horn photographs from Oregon at www.studio391.net.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Studio 391 + photo l.a.

Jeanne Falk Adams (Ansel Adams' daughter-in-law) visited Studio 391 at photo l.a.

Studio 391 just returned from photo l.a. XX, the 20th International Photographic Art Exposition. Studio 391 was one of more than 50+ galleries invited to exhibit at the photographic exhibition.

For one weekend in January (usually the 3rd weekend) galleries and dealers from around the world converge in Santa Monica to showcase and sell fine art photographs from some of the most famous names in photography as well as emerging artists.

In addition to the exhibition, there were collecting seminars, lectures, book signings, and much more.
Jeanne Falk Adams (pictured above) was one of five panel members that was in attendance to discuss, Troubled Waters: History and Politics of Landscape Photography.

Photo l.a. is one of the longest running photography fairs west of New York City.
If you haven’t attended this event before, mark your calendar for next year.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011


Eric Kent Wine Cellars will feature Rolfe Horn's photograph 'Schooner Gulch' on its latest vintage, a 2009 Small Town Pinot Noir from the Sonoma Coast appellation.

If you like Sonoma County wines and art then you should know about Eric Kent Wine Cellars.

Kent Humphrey and Colleen Teitgen, the duo behind the barrel, made it their mission to capture the best Sonoma County has to offer in every bottle and feature works of art on every Eric Kent wine.

The 2009 Small Town Pinot Noir retails for $43 a bottle but clients of Studio 391 are eligible for the club discount price of $36 by referencing “Rolfe Horn” when placing an order.

More information about Eric Kent Wine Cellars at www.erickentwines.com