Bill Armstrong

Collection by Caitlin Payne

‘film noir’ by Bill Armstrong. Blur Photography, Figure Photography, Photography Lessons, Photography Backdrops, Abstract Photography, Digital Photography, Portrait Photography, Viviane Sassen, Minimal Photo

Bill Armstrong - The viewer longs to make something out of this image and in doing so perhaps projects their own memories and experiences onto the scene. You want to fill in the missing information. What would it look like if you painted distant memories or foggy dreams - would it look something like this?

Bill Armstrong: The Secrets of Color in Photography Saturday and Sunday, March 2016 p., both days Join photographer Bill Armstrong and Aperture Foundation for a two-day. Creative Photography, Fine Art Photography, Amazing Photography, Portrait Photography, Figure Photography, Conceptual Photography, Aperture Foundation, Beloved Film, Out Of Focus

Bill Armstrong | Untitled (Film Noir #1433) (2012) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Available for sale from ClampArt, Bill Armstrong, Untitled (Film Noir #1433) (2012), Type-C print, 48 × 40 in

Available for sale from HackelBury Fine Art, Bill Armstrong, Film Noir # 1418 C-print, 24 × 20 in Blur Photography, A Level Photography, Digital Art Photography, Conceptual Photography, Street Photography, Photography Ideas, Neon Noir, Out Of Focus, Contemporary Photographers

Film Noir

February 21 – April 6, 2013 Artist’s reception: Thursday, February 21, 2013 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. ClampArt is pleased to announce Bill Armstrong’s fourth exhibition at the gallery. Film Noir is new work from the artist’s “Infinity” series, a vast ongoing project that he has been developing for more than fifteen years. Film Noir revisits [...]

Film Noir - Photographs and text by Bill Armstrong A Level Photography, Figure Photography, Conceptual Photography, Color Photography, Photography Ideas, Beloved Film, Viviane Sassen, Hayward Gallery, Blur Image

I think this photo is good because Bill Armstrong has used leading lines and has cut off the end of the line so that you can't see what is at the end of it which makes you even more intrigued as to where the man is going/has been.

From The Watermill Center Benefit Auction, Bill Armstrong, Buddah Chromogenic print, 30 × 36 in Blur Photo, Aqa, Benefit, Photographers, Spirituality, Auction, Artsy, Artwork, Summer

Bill Armstrong | Buddah #706 (2004) | Artsy

From The Watermill Center Benefit Auction, Bill Armstrong, Buddah #706 (2004), Chromogenic print, 30 × 36 in