People are not persuaded by what we say but rather by what they understand.
Santa Fe New Mexico based photographer Brian K. Edwards specializes in fine art, travel, and documentary photography. He also makes fine art photographic art prints for the fine art connoisseur and collector. He has photographed extensively in the southwest, across the United States, and internationally.
His realist fine art, travel, and documentary photography includes landscapes, urban street scenes, and architecture. Much of his work combines landscape with architectural subjects.
His photographic printmaking includes gelatin silver and archival pigment printing. He also makes palladium and other alternative historic process prints.
Brian’s work has been published in The Hand Magazine and Landscape Magazine and has also been exhibited in numerous galleries, including the Marion Center and the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe. He has also shown work in The Kiernan Gallery in Lexington, Virginia, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Southeast Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina, The Midwest Center for Photography in Wichita, Kansas, the Soho Photo Gallery in New York City, and the Lightbox Gallery in Astoria, Oregon. His work has also appeared in numerous online venues including Don’t Take Pictures, Feature Shoot, and Fraction Magazine.
His series The Vanishing Middle Class was selected by Center Santa Fe for Review Santa Fe 2021.
Some of his historic/alternative process work can be found on Alternative Photography.
You can see some of this other work in the New Mexico Artist Directory Studios and Galleries.
He recently published an article on New Mexico Works Progress Administration (WPA) sites in El Palacio Magazine.