Jim Craig lives with his wife Nan in Havre de Grace, MD, where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay. He took up B&W photography in his early twenties to have something to do while his wife painted. Since then he has amassed a considerable portfolio of local scenics, as well as images from surrounding states, north to the tip of Nova Scotia and west to the badlands. This includes a one-month project hiking and photographing Acadia National Park in Maine and a total of three years (first one then stretches of three and four months) on Easter Island in the Pacific. His work has been shown extensively in the area and can be seen at RiverView Gallery in Havre de Grace.
Many of the images in The Moon has been Eaten were featured in a one-man show at the Museo Antropológico Padre Sebastián Englert in Hanga Roa, Easter Island in 2008.
Presently working on hie Havre de Grace Street series of images…
BA in History, Lincoln University, PA.
MA in Liberal Arts, St Johns College, Annapolis, MD
Chaired ArtQuest Arts Festival for six+ years
… an annual arts event encouraging interaction between artists and the general public, free to the public and artists alike. AQ provided tents, tables and staging for visual and performing artists to showcase their skills. Young artists were encouraged to try their hand at different venues of visual art under the direction of professional artisans.
Phone: 443-502-2958 / 443-643-6348
or through RiverView Gallery, Havre de Grace, MD 410-939-6401
Cameras and Equipment
Presently using Fuji X-T2 mirrorless system. Perhaps I do a posting this summer on lens selection, etc.
Contact me if interested in my talk and slide show on the Easter Island project.
I adapt it to the audience, depending on whether they are primarily photographers
or other interested parties.
While I have no interest in the traditional photography workshop, I would
definitely be interested in putting together hands-on workshops that have anything
to do with my how-to column projects.
Caricature by Tom Chalkley, Baltimore, MD
About the Artist
Other sites from James Craig
My Pushin' the Rock logo was penned by Caron Sisko, our artist/author daughter.