Ron Cowie, Kingdom Of Obviousness
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Ron Cowie

Kingdom Of Obviousness, 2008
From the Leaving Babylon series
Website - RonCowiephoto.com

Ron Cowie is a master platinum printer and photographer who specializes in large format landscapes and portraits. He is a member of APA, SPE and teaches 19th century photo processes at the New England School of Photography in Boston, Massachusetts. Ron studied at The New England School Of Photography where he majored in Advertising and Editorial Photography. He also learned the platinum printing process and worked as a private darkroom technician for a select group of Boston photographers. Ron's interest in the beauty of life in all stages is the focus of his camera and print work. His images celebrate the temporality of life and examine the permanence of change. He lives in Charlestown, Rhode Island

Posted on Wednesday, November 20, 2013.

 

 

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