Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


Thomas Carr, Denver, United States
Member Since July 2006
Artist Statement Thomas Carr is an archaeologist and photographer living in Colorado. He works with medium and large format cameras, and makes both traditional silver-emulsion darkroom prints and high-resolution archival inkjet prints. His artistic influences include Eugene Atget, Fay Godwin, Edward Weston, and Paul Caponigro. His work has been shown in juried, group, and solo exhibitions over the last 25 years. He has also lectured extensively on photography, archaeology, visual ethnography, and historic preservation. In characterizing his own work, he states that “as a young photographer in the 1980s, I found myself drawn towards making images of places with subtle indications of a past human presence. This led to my pursuit of a career in archaeology, which has allowed me to visit many significant historic sites and associated landscapes. Having trained in photography, I endeavor to capture this subtle sense of presence in visual terms with a clear artistic sensibility.”

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