Introductory Essay by John Sexton
Afterword by Richard Gadd
FIRST EDITION - OUT OF PRINT - SIGNED BY BOTH HENRY GILPIN and JOHN SEXTON
A leading contemporary photographer working in what has become known as the Monterey Tradition, Henry Gilpin has the ability to transform the simple material of daily life into images of great beauty. A teacher at Monterey Peninsula College for the more than thirty years, Gilpin has inspired countless photographers in the style of sharp focus black and white photography. Henry taught at many workshops over the years, including be a frequent instructor at Ansel Adams' workshops.Nineteen exquisite laser Fultone reproductions are beautifully executed by Gardner Lithograph in this handsome, and intimate, volume. The front cover features a tipped-on reproduction of one of Henry’s beautiful photographs.
10-1/ x 8-1/2
Published by the Monterey Museum of Art in conjunction with Henry’s one-person exhibtion to commemorate his 75th birthday. Exhibition dates: November 22, 1997 - February 15, 1998.