A Presence Behind the Lens: Photography and Reflections

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Hohm Press, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 201 pages
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The exquisite photography of Nicholas Hlobeczy is augmented by ten insightful essays about the nature of art and creativity. Stressing the need for self-awareness, attunement to the movement and other means of encouraging transcendence of creativity. Hlobeczy writes about the everyday struggles of the artist. 'A Presence Behind the Lens' is about seeing, about light, and a psychological perspective of self-knowledge. In the spirit of Rainer Maria Rilkes classic, 'Letters to a Young Poet', Hlobeczy shares his refined wisdom about the tangent point between art and the inner life.

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Contents

The Discovery
1
The Strength of This Light
17
Playing a Part
39
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Nicholas C Hlobeczy is a photographer, curator, and educator. Born in Swissvale, PA, he studied at the Pittsburgh Institute of Art, the Cleveland Institute of Art, and with master photographer Minor White. He was head of Cleveland Museum of Art's photography department until 1990; taught at Case Western Reserve and conducted private workshops. Since 1952 he has won many awards, including first prize, Yolo International, 1964. He lives in Corvallis, Oregon.

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