In one week, Charlie will be moving away from Chicago for a short time. This video of early Spring flowers in Grant Park and a passing Metra train is his tribute to the Printer’s Row neighborhood of Chicago that he has called home for over 2 years.
5 high-dynamic range (HDR) photographs of the Monadnock Building in the Printer’s Row neighborhood of Chicago. The building’s grand staircases represent the first use of aluminum in building construction.
This summer, Charlie will be an artist-in-residence at the Grünewald Guild, an art retreat center near Leavenworth, WA in the Wenatchee National Forest. There, he’ll study different types of printmaking and try to rediscover his artistic, creative, and spiritual potential.
Charlie Thomason is starting Bleachwave.com, an online store that will sell his original art work as limited edition prints, books & ebooks, and more. He will be giving a presentation at Code Academy Demo Day this Wednesday, March 28 at the new 1871 in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart.
In June 2011, I traveled to the American Southwest and explored many of the notable deserts and parks around the Navajo Nation & Four Corners area. Here are 3 of the best 35mm film photographs that I took in the Monument Valley region.