Palmer Davis makes pictures that explore the mysterious and the magical in the everyday. His photographs evoke a sense of place and a moment in time. They tell stories and reveal metaphors. Whether the setting is natural or man-made, an expansive panorama or an intimate glimpse, it is always a personal interpretation—viewed through a prism of memory, wonder, dream, myth or desire. Palmer’s photographic eye was honed over a twenty five-year career as a Madison Avenue advertising creative director. His first photography class at age sixteen was a transformative experience that started him on a lifelong artistic journey. He studied photography at Hampshire College and the International Center of Photography, where he is now a member of the faculty. Palmer is widely exhibited and collected, most recently by the New Britain Museum of American Art for their permanent collection. He is a fine art photographer and teacher who lives in New York with his wife and three sons.
Posted on Friday, September 3, 2010.
Te grass weaving village, 2006
Pointe Mouillee, 2009
Marina on White, 2009
Flies from the Windowsill, 2008
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