The Photographer: MARK FIELDS ( skip this and go to the image galleries at left if you wish).................
is a graduate of Philadelphia's prestigious The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. Photographs and paintings by Mark Fields are in collections as diverse as those of Yannick Nezet Sequin Director of The Philadelphia Orchestra and a winner of the hit TV show "Project Runway". In 2014 He exhibited in group shows at LGTripp Gallery, Phila., The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts Alumni Gallery and at Red Filter Gallery in Lambertville, N.J.. Work by Mark has been exhibited in over 30 Academic and commercial art Galleries. These include Hous Projects Gallery in NYC and LA in "The Naked Truth"
which included Herb Ritts, Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, David La Chapelle and others. Other one person & group shows include Mangel Gallery, The Print Center, Nexus Gallery, The Walt Whitman Center for the Arts, The University City Science Center Gallery, Villanova University, The Phila. Art Alliance, St. Joseph's University and West Chester University and The Fox Art Gallery at The University of Pennsylvania all in the Philadelphia area. Other exhibitions include one person shows in Galleries in North Carolina, New Jersey and in Germany. For three consecutive years his work has been included in the photography auction in NYC sponsored by "Friends Without Borders" held by Phillips De Pury, one of the worlds premier auction houses. In addition to his work as a Fine Art Photographer, his skills are available as a digital retoucher and he offers his masterful skills as a printer to other photographers. His commercial photographs of Philadelphia are in numerous corporate collections including the Deloitte Corporation and Drexel University and in 2013 65 photographs were installed in one of Philadelphia's premier condominiums.
About the Photographs:
Mark Fields has successfully transitioned from "traditional" darkroom practices and now embraces the art of fine digital printing. He uses state of the art pigment printers and the finest archival museum level papers from Hahnemuhle, Epson & Canson.