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It happens every spring by William Sargent
Goblin Gloaming Bird by William Sargent
Sesuit Tetraptych 1 by William Sargent
Sesuit Tetraptych 2 by William Sargent
Sesuit Tetraptych 3 by William Sargent
Sesuit Tetraptych 4 by William Sargent
Trumpkin Fire and Ice by William Sargent
Potter's Hands by William Sargent
Trumpty Dumpty San on a Wall by William Sargent
Mezzanotte Natura Morta, con Demoni by William Sargent
Revenge of the Firewood by William Sargent
Two Cushion Shot by William Sargent
Impression Solent Leviathans by William Sargent
Little Pilgrim Myles Alden at 1yo by William Sargent
Adrift on the Bay at Sunset by William Sargent
Beach House on the Bay by William Sargent
The Eleventh Hour by William Sargent
The Campground-Martha's Vineyard by William Sargent
Snail Mail by William Sargent
Meezer Tree by William Sargent
Quixotic by William Sargent
Unbroken by William Sargent
Obsession by William Sargent
Rainy Days and Mondays by William Sargent
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About William Sargent
Bill Sargent has been a photographer all his life. He began in the age of emulsions on film and traditional darkroom techniques, but has enthusiastically embraced the world of digital imaging. He is excited by the new range and depth of expression that the new technologies bring to photography. "At the end of the 19th century," he says, "the Impressionists began looking beyond painting as a representative medium and thinking about the nature of painting itself. This new outlook changed everything. The whole universe of modern, post modern, and contemporary art starts right there.
Digital technology has brought photography to a similar threshold: today's photographer has such intricate control of all aspects of the image that he or she can take that image wherever intellect and aesthetic sense lead. Already the growth of new ways of making photographic images has caused an explosion of new forms of photographic art. Some retain the documentation role that has always been photography's great strength. Some have taken on a painterly look, finding new ways to explore places the great masters have previously been. Some are entirely new, made possible by the recent fusion of optics and digital electronics. Who knows where photography will go next. When art and technology come together, old limits fall away. For photographers, these are exciting times indeed."