Chip Forelli: Landscape Mysteries
Kaplan, Morton A., The World and I
Since opening his New York studio in 1982, Chip Forelli has gone on to establish dual reputations as both an insightful art photographer and a savvy commercial tradesman. Of particular note are Forelli's stunning black-and-white landscape images, which home in on the subject's essential mystery and power.
"My personal photographic objective is to acknowledge and celebrate the existence of beauty--it is often found in unexpected or overlooked places and circumstances," notes the photographer. Forelli has indeed searched the world over--the United States, New Zealand, Canada--for landscapes where he can encounter "visual gifts," as he calls them.
"I am an opportunistic …
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Publication information: Article title: Chip Forelli: Landscape Mysteries. Contributors: Kaplan, Morton A. - Author. Magazine title: The World and I. Volume: 13. Issue: 6 Publication date: June 1998. Page number: 118+. © 1999 News World Communications, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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