Have you always wanted to visit Wildcat Hill and see Edward Weston’s Darkroom? Here is your chance!
In this 25-minute video Kim takes you into Edward Weston’s original darkroom and shows you the very simple techniques that Edward used throughout his life – a historical journey back in time to see how this master used basic tools to make incredible art.
This negative called “Spring” was photographed at Wildcat Hill in 1943. The nude in the photo is Charis Wilson, Edward’s last wife. Edward Weston photographed many wonderful photographs of Charis around his home during the 1940’s.
Please enjoy this short 3 minute video recapping our favorite locations from our 2014 Andalusia Spain Photo Nude Workshop. We photographed in the Alhambra, castles, palaces, a 14th century home, Tito Pepe – the most famous Sherry Winery in Spain and a beautiful modern estate in Sotogrande. We photographed, ate amazing culinary delights, laughed, made long lasting friends and had a wonderful time. Thank you Miguel Soler-Roig and all of the workshop participants.
We are currently working on 2 shows in Spain from our last years workshops. We will attend the openings just before our next Spain Workshop April 17-22, 2015. Please join us this spring for our Catalonia Spain Nude Photo Workshop – “The Modernism of Gaudi and the Surrealism of Dali”
Registration is now open – Only a few spaces left. Read more at Group Workshops…
Home of the original Print of the Month Club or “POM”. Kim Weston talks about his inspiration in bringing The Print of the Month Club back to life. Originally started by his grandfather Edward Weston. Now in our 15th year of making these portfolios, we proudly announce the newly released 2015 January Print of the Month, Waiting (Wolf) Paris, France 2013. And you will also get to see all of the photographs from last years 2014 POM portfolio. We hope you enjoy them. Thank you for visiting our site.
We hope you enjoy this video. Epson came to our home and interviewed Kim about Black and White Photography and his life experiences. “Journey to the home of Edward Weston and see his original darkroom. Then listen to his grandson Kim talk about his photographic heritage workshops and his own highly collected traditional Black-and-White work. To many, Black-and-White is the very definition of photography. In addition to a series of tutorials on digital Black-and-White printing, we are honored to present in-depth interviews from two photographic icons (John Sexton) who work with traditional Black-and-White tools. Their incredible insight provides inspiration to us all as we celebrate the Black-and-White print, be it traditional or digital”. Thank you Dano!
Kim was invited to speak at The Monterey Museum of Art – La Mirada. The lecture reflects Kim’s journey while he was growing up in the Weston Family of Photography. Filled with stories, memories and family photographs. Photos for this lecture are by Edward Weston, Brett Weston, Cole Weston, Helen Weston, Kim Weston, Gina Weston, Winston Boyer, Martha Casanave, Mark Comon, Imogen Cunningham, Don Eddy, Randy Efros, Monterey Herald, William Holgers, Pirkel Jones, Richard C. Miller, Beaumont Newhall, Nolan Preece, Mac Ray, Al Richter, Morris Rosenfeld, Brian Sato, Joe Schrezer, Peter Stackpole, and Huntington Witherill.
While we were visiting Chicago in August 2013 for the 3 Generation Show at The Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart IN, we spent some time with Photographer Ted Preuss in his Chicago studio. Ted demonstrated how he makes a tintype with Gina Weston as his model. We had a great time. We hope you enjoy our short informative video. Anyone interested in going to Chicago for a workshop with Kim Weston and Ted Preuss in 2014?
The Final Episode #3! “Remembering Brett Weston” is an intimate sharing of memories between three photographers – Randy Efros, John Sexton and Kim Weston, who spent many hours with Brett. We hope you enjoy this third and final video in our upcoming series of “Remembering Brett Weston”. Special thanks to Randy Efros, John Sexton, Mathias Van Hesemans, Richard C. Miller and Cody Edison for editing!
Episode #2! “Remembering Brett Weston” is an intimate sharing of memories between three photographers – Randy Efros, John Sexton and Kim Weston, who spent many hours with Brett. We hope you enjoy this second video in our upcoming series of “Remembering Brett Weston”. Special thanks to Randy Efros, John Sexton, Mathias Van Hesemans, Richard C. Miller and Cody Edison for editing!
Gina Weston sharing the exciting news about Kim Weston’s 3 Generation Show at the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart IN. This newsletter video continues their travels with a visit to The Art Institute in Chicago, to see their original Edward Weston photographs in their collection.The Museum houses more than 300000 works of art. I was very impressed with their collection of paintings too. We hope to get a chance to go back and spend more time in the museum halls. Thanks to The Chicago Art Institute, Ted Preuss and Doug Foster for the tour.
Gina Weston sharing photos of Kim Weston’s 3 Generation Weston Photography Show at the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart IN. This newsletter video continues their travels while they are at the opening of the exhibition at The Midwest Museum of Art, a collection of Dr. Rick Burns which consists of over 100 photographs of Edward Weston, Brett Weston and Kim Weston.
Gina Weston sharing the exciting news about Kim Weston’s 3 Generation Show at the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart IN. This newsletter video continues their travels with a fundraiser for the museum at the residence of Rick & Cindy Burns.
Gina Weston sharing the exciting news about Kim Weston’s 3 Generation Photography Show at the Midwest Museum of Art in Elkhart IN. This newsletter video starts their adventure off in the beautiful city of Chicago IL.