Our mission: to seek out artistic treasures which have been hidden from the public eye. When we find such treasure we develop and execute a plan to bring it alive and into the light!
An ongoing example of the kind of work we do, The Rowland Scherman Photographic archive is a wonderful collaboration between a photographer, a master printmaker (www.bobkornimaging.com), and us...as gallery owners , archivists and creative strategists. Starting with a single box of forty year old negatives in 2007, we have produced for exhibit and sale, about 200 fine art prints of many of the people and events of the tumultuous 1960's. We've also produced an interactive, multi-media exhibit designed to travel to schools, universities, museums, theaters and other venues. (visit www.snapstour.com to see more.)
This previously unpublished Janis Joplin image is from a slide found loose in the bottom of a box. We found TREASURE!
Janis Joplin- Woodstock 1969 (copyright Rowland Scherman)
See more of Rowland Scherman's photography here.