Tag: photography

Peter Honig in SF Cameraworks’ Book and Zine Fair

“Principles of Failure”
Peter’s second book of photographs, is included in San Francisco Cameraworks’ Book and Zine Fair, which will be happening online Thursday, December 17th from 4-7 pm.
Comprised of still life studio photographs of found object accumulated over the course of the last twenty years, it humorously explores themes of mortality, the nature of self reflection, human relationships, and the passage of time. All of the big heavy themes tidied up in a little paperback.
You can browse the little book online (and purchase if you desire) here

Peter Honig participating in “Nature Wills Us On”

“Path”

“Path” by Peter Honig is one of four images included in an online exhibition “Nature Wills Us On”.

We are happy to share with you the current exhibition “Nature Wills Us On” by Curator Gwenda Joyce. She has assembled the work of eight artists “faced with existential challenges …[who]… turn to nature for renewal, comfort, beauty, and respite.”

The exhibition continues on through this Sunday, December 13th.

Visible at https://www.artworkarchive.com/rooms/gwenda-joyce/6f03e1

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

These likenesses from photographer Peter Honig are available for purchase online at Mercury 20 Gallery

There are all types of people. I love spending time with some of them, like my niece Lola, who loves to inline skate…

Lola Rollerblading, archival giclée print on watercolor stock, 2017

Others one admires from afar, like the elegant Lady d’Arbanville, for their alluring aloofness

Lady D’Arbanville, archival giclée print on watercolor stock, 2013

Some have incredible fashion sense, like this person testifying under oath, with over-sized bangle…

Oath (woman w/ over-sized bangle), archival giclée print on watercolor stock, 2015

Some characters I don’t admire so much, as much as I wish they’d put their pants back on…

Sentry, archival pigment print, 2014

Some friends of mine are philosophical in nature, like my college roommate, who skulks around with all sorts of excuses…he’s a lovable, verbose loser. He’s still fun to hang around with…

Principles of Failure, archival pigment print, 2017

As much as I find these folks fascinating on their own, when you put two people together, things get interesting.

Portrait of the Artist and His Wife, archival giclée print on watercolor stock, 2015

The Embrace, archival pigment print, 2017

Three Pieces of Metal, archival pigment print, 2017

Yes, I think Stephen Stills said it best –Love the one you’re with!