Paul Bobko, Ocean Wave 02
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Paul Bobko

Ocean Wave 02, Long Island, New York, 2007
Website - PaulBobko.com

Paul Bobko was born in Edwards, California and raised in Houston, Texas. His art work has appeared in national exhibits and publications. Prints from the series Water Landscapes-Suspended Energy have recently been shown in the Texas National 2010 and AIPAD New York 2012. Selections from this series were published in AI+AP (American Photography 24) and the Humble Arts Foundation The Collector's Guide to New Art Photography, Vol. 2. In July and August 2011, the project was exhibited at the Alan Klotz Gallery in New York. Paul currently lives and works in New York City. 

Posted on Friday, April 15, 2011.
Editor's Note: This photo appears in The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography, Vol. 2 »

 

 

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