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Model Mayhem #:
331817
Last Activity:
Dec 05, 2021
Experience:
Very Experienced
Compensation:
n/a
Joined:
Feb 01, 2007

About Me

I began my art career doing drawings and sculpture; which eventually evolved into using the camera as a sculptural tool. Photographs were published as note cards, calendars and then a collection of my images in the book ShadowLight (1994). My models are ordinary people I have discovered in the Twin Cities; strangers I, figuratively speaking, tap on the shoulder and ask if they would like to be 'immoratalized'. This practice was the heart of my teleplay 'When The Blue Bird SIngs' for the CBS television series Beauty and the Beast that aired in 1989. Google it, it's fun.

I prefer the heroic figure, pushing models to athletic limits and discovering marvelous shapes; hills and valleys of anatomy defined by the chiaroscuro.

There will be a quiz.

guttkephotography.blogspot.com

guttkeclassicnudes.blogspot.com

guttkesculpture.blogspot.com

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Note Cards published by Museum Graphics.

First calendar of work published by Museum Graphics, followed by Portal Publications and a host of others for 24 years.

ShadowLight, a collection of my photography published.

Blue Magazine, various contributions.

Exercise For Men Only and all those tedious exercise magazines everyone shot for until we grew wise to such redundant drivel and the imbecilic editors.

One man exhibit of photography at Renner Gallery (now defunct) in 2008.

Live performance of photography at Patrick's Cabaret featuring showering water and models... that I will never do again.

Developing portfolios for the needs of various models..