Preview: Scott Bulger, “Khronikos”, Carolyn Jenkins Gallery, Concord, NH.

In Black and White Photography, Books, Gallery, Photographer on June 14, 2010 at 12:59 pm



We always like to see successful work by Black and White Fine artists. We were recently introduced to the work of Scott Bulger.

Working solely with black and white film for the next 20 years, Scott developed a style that noticed the details of the world around him and displayed them in a unique way, separating them from their surroundings to concentrate on their inherent beauty. Scott’s work has been displayed in many exhibits, published in text books, won numerous awards, and is included in many private collections. In 2001, "A Portrait of the Yucatan", a collection of photographs from the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico was published, and in June, 2010, his second book, "Khronikos" was published.

"Khronikos" is from the Greek for "Chronicle". A "Chronicle" is a historical account of facts and events arranged in chronological order. Typically, equal weight is given for historically important events and local events, the purpose being the recording of events that occurred, seen from the perspective of the chronicler.

The exhibit for Khronikos will appear July 1 through August 30 at the Carolyn Jenkins Gallery on the campus of the Kimball-Jenkins Estate on Concord, New Hampshire.

His work is dramatic and exciting in its impact.

For more information on Scott: Scott Bulger

For more information on the exhibit: Kimball Jenkins


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