**UPDATE: Roman Loranc's - Weston Scholarship Print - SOLD OUT!
The 11 x14 Roman Loranc photograph “Beginnings” is now SOLD OUT. Thank you so much for your support in purchasing this print to fund the Weston Scholarship!**
Weston Scholarship would like to announce the sale of a Roman Loranc photograph “Beginnings”. This 11x14 toned silver gelatin photograph which was donated to the Weston Scholarship by Roman is an edition of 30. The cost is a $725 donation (includes shipping) (Roman’s 11x14 photographs start at $900 and go up after 10 are sold). The negative will be retired after the 30 photographs are sold.
Due to the popularity of this print ROMAN LORANC will offer another print in a very small edition. We will let you know of his choice very soon! I will be joining Kim Weston for his next Photography Workshop at the San Miguel Mission on May 12-15, 2011. Participants in the workshop will be photographing in and around the mission with special access to private areas normally restricted to the public. You will have the opportunity to be part of a historical book. Registration is limited so sign up now! You must contact Gina Weston for registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-624-8111. For more detailed information about this workshop and to reserve your spot, please visit Kim's site.
Writer David Best, a personal friend, is writing his second article about my work which will be featured in the next issue of the quarterly magazine B & W, focusing on my photography in Poland and Eastern Europe. B & W Magazine is a fantastic resource for black and white and color photography.
Some of my work will be shown by Susan Spiritus of Susan Spiritus Gallery and Studio 391 at the San Francisco Fine Art Fair May 20-22 with an opening preview night May 19 at the fabulous Fort Mason Center in the City. Details of the event are available at www.SFFineArtFair.com. Susan is an excellent dealer with whom I have had the pleasure of working with for many years. I will be there on May 20 & 21. I hope to see you there and have a chance to speak with you.
Shutterbug is profiling Roman's website in their Web Profiles section of their February issue. This issue is available at newsstands on January 11, 2011.
The Children's Cancer and Blood Foundation (CCBF) will be having their annual Contemporary Art Auction in December, 2010. CCBF is an organization that raises money to fund research and new treatments for children with cancer and life-threatening blood diseases. CCBF’s support has attracted and retained a group of world-renowned experts on the treatment of multiple pediatric blood disorders and cancers, including hemophilia, sickle-cell anemia and leukemia. Each year, their physicians treat more than 1,000 children through more than 10,000 inpatient and outpatient visits. Supporting CCBF allows them to continue their mission of treating all children, regardless of his or her family’s ability to pay.
Roman will be donating one of his photographs to the auction. CCBF will be auctioning a number of high-end pieces of art at the beginning of the Sotheby’s December Sale. Participation in this event is a great way to raise money to make a difference in children's lives.
First, my appreciation for your continued support of me and my work.
I just wanted to draw your attention to a couple of events. First, I and a few other photographers have donated pieces to The Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, which will be sold to raise funds to support the fine work of that institution. The Center for Photographic Art is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and preserving excellence in photography. It is an excellent cause, and an opportunity to pick up the work of fine artists at very reasonable prices. Information can be obtained at www.photography.org.
Second, I am proud to announce that one of my images, "Franciscan Church" will be auctioned by Sotheby's in New York, with bids opening September 27 and ending October 4, 2010. The proceeds of this auction go to the benefit of the George Eastman House, which is dedicated to the preservation of fine photographic art. George Eastman of course is the founder of Kodak, whose Tri-X film I use exclusively, courtesy of Kodak. The website for the auction, which includes approximately 300 different images from various photographers is www.auction.eastmanhouse.org.
I encourage you to check out both of these worthy causes.
Best wishes to all of you. Wishing you peace and happiness,
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