Tonight Bonnie Kaye welcomes back Klaus Bohn, an incredible photographer.
In Klaus's words: I had the fortune to be given the privilege to learn photography right after high school. On a trip to Europe with two of my buddies who had wonderful cameras, this frustrated me but also intrigued me. I learned art in school mostly sketching, perhaps that is why I like fine black and white photography the most. I took courses and worked for a studio on weekends photographing weddings. When the boss asked me to open a studio in another town I felt it may be time for me to start my own after some more courses that I needed. The most difficult thing for all photographers, is how to run a business, I was no exception. In time all went well and I needed a new challenge so I decided to add to my load, teaching because I was told if you want to learn something teach it. Well, this is true I can vouch for it, I needed to learn a great deal before I could teach, so others would pay me to teach. One question came up; what is the name of your course? I struggled with this and came up with my slogan at that time, which is my brand today “feeling more deeply about photography”. If I could teach that, then I have done my best to help others to enjoy their profession. My endeavor is to promote photographic art in wall decor as a collection and investment. Wall decor for homes and offices will grow and become affordable art in our day and generation!
This show features independent authors. Most of the authors are from The Books of Excellence Co-op which you can view at www.BooksofExcellence.com. Other independenet authors are guests as time allows. '