OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 24, 2017
Photographer Fred Dusel uncovers the quiet contemplation of nature, the patterns and harmony that beckon to us. His collection of work was created using the carbon printing process, a rarely seen 19th century technique, which is employed by only a small group of photographers worldwide. Carbon printing renders an image into a three dimensional vision with a luminosity and depth that is unparalleled.
Through his photographic offerings he invites us in to observe nature, to commune with her envoys of beauty and to wonder at her secrets of perpetual life. For the first time his prints of Northern California will be shared through this exhibit at CLARA. The show opens on Friday, September 1 with an opening reception with the photographer from 6pm - 8pm and runs through Sunday, September 24, 2017.
CLARA - E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts
2420 N Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
JEN PICARD - CAPITAL PUBLIC RADIO
A photographer influenced by the work of Edward Weston and Ansel Adams will have his work displayed at the CLARA Auditorium starting today.
Fred Dusel uses the carbon-transfer technique on his California landscapes – many taken in the High Sierra – and the collection on display through the end of September features approximately 50 prints.
PAUL ROBINS - FOX40 SACRAMENTO
Paul is in the studio chatting with photographer Fred A. Dusel III about his latest exhibit.
The exhibit opens September 1 at CLARA, the E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts, and runs through September 24. Fred has created some stunning photographs of the Northern California landscape using carbon transfer printing, a 19th century technique now practiced by only a few photographers in the world.
MARCH 4, 2016 | 5:30-7:30PM
Fred Dusel is a man who has worn many hats. A Vietnam veteran, rock musician, machinist, freemason, and attorney, Dusel’s range of careers is one that attests to the diversity of his interests, the effects of a persistently inquisitive mind. Yet throughout his lifelong evolution, there has remained a consistent ardor for Dusel: His love of photography.
The Arts Company is pleased to present a collection of photographs taken by Dusel 30 years ago. Capturing lush scenes of natural beauty undisturbed by human intervention in and around the California coast and High Sierras, Dusel hopes that his work will inspire viewers to “connect with their spiritual nature through allegory and symbolism.” (FULL STORY)
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