Roadside Americana. America’s network of roads, like the legendary Route 66, web across the country but they are far more than just a means of transportation. These thoroughfares connect our shared history and reveal the sometimes hidden treasures of our country’s past and present.
Artist Statement: It has been said that composition is simply the best way of seeing. The joy of composing for me, be it the mysteries of black and white or the emotions of color, is the gathering of light itself in its purest form. Both mediums hold a special place in my heart driving my explorations to look at this earth in other worldly ways. Biography: Born in Chicago Lou got his first camera, a Brownie Junior, at the age of 10 and was immediately obsessed with documenting his model cars, little did he know that this passion would lead to a career in commercial photography. Upon graduating from the California College of the Arts, he worked in product photography studios from California to New York and back home to Chicago. He opened a design and photography studio which flourished for 34 years and now has the opportunity to pursue his vision in a fine art manner.
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By Lou Fischer
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