This is how I feel about Michael Eastman. He is a true photographic artist. Not only does he feature my favourite colour quite a bit (green) he looks at lines of architecture and landscape and finds something moving in every shot. His works are highly collectible and he is represented by galleries in New York, USA.
I feel with his work I'm intruding in on a very private scene - looking through a keyhole or a door into another room. Eastman seems to relish and delight in those things that aren't accessible, that are vanishing or in decay. Enjoy these truly inspiring works of art courtesy of Michael Eastman Images.
|Cuba - Green Interior, finally found my Havana green!|
|Rome - River God (doesn't this feel like you're spying on someone?)|
|Cuba - Blue Arch|
|Urban landscapes - Brick reflection|
|Landscapes - Hillside, Montana|
|Vanishing America - New Orleans school|
|Urban Landscapes - Lobby|
|Vanishing America - Shotgun House, New Orleans|
He photographs European architecture to Midwestern storefronts. His work is in many collections, including those of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the International Center of Photography in New York City, The Art Institute of Chicago, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Eastman has been the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant and has been published in Time, The New York Times, Life, American Photographer, and Communication Arts. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri in the US.
|Cuba - Flatiron, Havana|
|Cuba - Portrait|