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All Photos are printed with archival inks on Museum Grade Photo-paper, Matt Board and foam backing board on acid free stock, Photos are framed with black aluminum frames and low glare glass. Sizes 18 X 24.
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Bob Buck is a local photographer from the Fort Plain, Canajoharie area.
His interests are mainly in abandoned buildings, abstract shapes, architecture, and anything that is right in front of him that most people don’t see.
He has shown his photographs throughout the Leatherstocking and Capital District areas, such as The Albany Center Gallery, Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts (MVCA), Cooperstown Art Associations Regional and National Shows, Cherry Branch Gallery in Cherry Valley, Saratoga’s Art in Public Places, The Smithy Gallery, Cooperstown, Arkell Gallery in Canajoharie and presently at the Community Arts Network Oneonta (CANO), Mansion Show to name a few.
Bob’s influences include his father as well as Edward Weston, W. Eugene Smith, Dorthea Lange, Vivian Maier, and Henry Cartier-Bresson.
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