Robert Rosen
Rhapsody In Light

May and June

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Two years ago I began titling all of my images Rhapsodies borrowing a form in common use in music in the 19th century.  While returning from a photographic trip to South Dakota and Minnesota I became acutely aware of the rhapsodic nature of the experience.  I now title my images as a Rhapsody and give them the appropriate opus number corresponding to the sequence in which they were captured.

I work in both color and black & white.  Many of my landscape images are minimalist in style.  I see all my images as abstracts of color, shape, and texture.  Most of my images are conceived as large prints – three feet or larger.  This allows the viewer to go deeper inside the image. 
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