All photographs © 1969-2018, Carl Weese
Folio of a dozen platinum/palladium prints, second in a "Four Seasons" series.
Folio of a dozen platinum/palladium prints
First in a "Four Seasons" series of folios—platinum/palladium prints from Steep Rock Preserve.
There were massive marches in major cities across the country, but I wanted to see what was happening in a small, upscale, rural Connecticut town. Quite a bit, it turned out.
Month by Month
A new series of galleries, each with a dozen pictures from my blog, starting with:
The Drive-in Theater and Off-Topic Galleries:
One black and white picture from each of the drive-in theaters I reached on my two part cross-country road trip in 2012. The theaters are all identified by name and location.
A collection of thirty pictures of subjects other than drive-in theaters made during my six week road trip to the West Coast and back, in May and June of 2012. Prints from these color digital captures were shown in October at the gallery space of The Firehouse Cultural Center, Ruskin, Florida.
During my week-long artist residency with The Firehouse Cultural Center I did some teaching and made several presentations and public talks. However a main goal of the project was for me to simply do my usual thing and make pictures in and around Ruskin, Florida. This gallery collects sixty of those pictures, all color digital captures. A show of prints is planned for later.
In October of 2012 I traveled through North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida to photograph drive-in theaters. I also spent a week as Artist in Residence with The Firehouse Cultural Center in Ruskin, FL. This is a collection of thirty "off topic" photographs—neither theaters nor Ruskin—made during the road trip.
This gallery (from January 2010) shows a large collection of theaters from across the country.
From the Archive
A collection of early work—photographs from a small town in southeastern Pennsylvania, from 1974.
More old work—pictures from a traveling carnival, from the mid 1980s. Thanks to digital imaging I’m finally able to print these Kodachrome originals the way I wanted to thirty-five years ago.
Photographs from Steep Rock, in Washington, Connecticut, made during October 2009.
A Pennsylvania ghost town: underground coal fire.
Halloween after 9/11/01
Black and white carnival pictures from 1991
A companion to the Drive-in Theater Series: made on the same road trips, and to my mind the theaters and the churches occupy a similar space in community awareness and commitment.
What you see when you’ve got a 7x17-inch camera at the ready.
Kingston, New York, 1990-1991
(Very early work, from a traveling scholarship in 1969-70)