Craig Blacklock, the renowned Moose Lake nature photographer, has just hung a rendition of his Marine Art show at the Merrill Lynch Fine Arts Gallery in the Great Lakes Aquarium. He tells us of his journeys through photographing lake superior, and about his experience in the mediums of film and digital windows.
Maija Jenson and Cloey Walsh
Blacklock has been photographing Lake Superior for over thirty years, kayaking to every single cove around the entire lake. He has published seventeen books, and is now moving into digital windows; hi-definition televisions transformed into therapeutic windows of natural scenery. Blacklock has been teaching workshops since 1982, and this summer he will be teaching two week-long workshops at the Madeline School of the Arts. Radio Gallery speaks with Blacklock about some of his many endeavors in his lustrous three decade career.
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