Iowa Artisans Gallery presents Bill Voxman: Photo Portraits of Nepal: People, Landscape, Mountains & Glaciers, July 26– August 25, 2013.
Voxman is an Iowa City native now living in Idaho, where he served as a professor of mathematics. Recently retired, he embraces his love of photography as well as his love of travel and being in the outdoors.
Voxman still creates black and white photographs the “old fashioned” way, with silver gelatin images instead of digital ones. His cameras of choice include primarily a medium format camera as well as 35mm for selected images. Voxman’s venerated images of Indian elders from the Coeur d’Alene and Flathead tribes were included in the nationally acclaimed traveling exhibition, Sacred Encounters, which appeared in prominent museums across the country.
Voxman’s family includes father Himie, who was a long-time and influential professor of music at the University of Iowa, for whom Voxman Hall is named.
Iowa Artisans Gallery was established by artists in 1984. features work by American artists and specializes in Midwestern artists. Please email or call us at 319.351.8686 if you'd like more information about Bill Voxman or what pieces we have in store.
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