Mark Klett
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Mark Klett

MacAllaster House Mark Klett ABOUT THE ARTIST Mark Klett (1952 – ) is an American photographer and St. Lawrence University alumnus who is “making new works that respond to historic images; creating projects that explore relationships between time, change and perception; and exploring the language of photographic media through technology”(“Bio“). The majority of his work…

Ansel Adams
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Ansel Adams

MacAllaster House Ansel Adams ABOUT THE ARTIST Ansel Adams (1902-1984) was one of the most important landscape photographers of the twentieth century and also a fervent environmental conservationist. Throughout his career he timelessly captured rich, black-and-white film photographs of American landscapes, particularly focusing on the West, national parks, and “the country’s remaining fragments of untouched wilderness”…

Nathan Farb
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Nathan Farb

MacAllaster House Nathan Farb ABOUT THE ARTIST American photographer and conservationist Nathan Farb (1941 – ) grew up in the village of Lake Placid, nestled in the Adirondack Mountains, where he would find inspiration for years to come. Throughout the years, Farb has used large format film cameras, and, more recently, newer technologies, to capture…

Amanda Means
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Amanda Means

MacAllaster House Amanda Means ABOUT THE ARTIST Amanda Means (1945- ) is an American artist best known for her black and white “photogram” work, wherein she creates sublime images by using a unique darkroom process — placing objects on the glass in an enlarger, without utilizing a camera or traditional negatives. The objects that Means…

David MacDonald
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David MacDonald

MacAllaster House David MacDonald ABOUT THE ARTIST David MacDonald (1945 – ) is an American ceramicist who specializes in making patterned, functional wares which he intends for people to use and admire. His work is carefully decorated through relief carvings, which culminate in his signature linework—amplified by different glazes and their applications. “For more than…