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    Photography by Glenn Rudolph from his solo show WHAT YOU WANT COMES NATURALLY at SEASON winter 2013.
Winter 2013
For over forty years Glenn Rudolph has photographed the people and places of the Pacific Northwest.  His gentle charm and genuine friendliness has garnered him access and entry to obscure groups, clans and inner circles.  His photographs are a reflection of the trust given by his subjects; loners, cos-players and farm hands are portrayed with quiet dignity and brazen pride.  Mr. Rudolph has made tremendous contributions to the recognition of those who live and work in Washington state.  His photographs reveal a universe of diverse humanity, his subjects are individuals that follow their hearts.
Throughout his career, Mr. Rudolph has shown extensively and his work is in numerous important collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York; the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; and the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.  He received his BFA from the University of Washington, Seattle Washington in 1968.  Glenn Rudolph lives in Roslyn, Washington and SEASON is honored to present this collection of work.
For more information, or to purchase artwork, please contact robert@season.cz
The Johnsons, Easter 1985, 1985, silver print, 26 x 34 inches.
Halfmoon Trestle, Camas Prairie Railroad, 1991, silver print, 23 x 34 inches.
Pie Eating Contest Maple Valley, 1988, silver print, 14 x 18 inches.
Boise Gun Show, 1992, silver print, 12 x 18 inches.
Rockers, Spokane, 1986, silver print, 14 x 18 inches.
Wedding Chapel, 2002, silver print, 26 x 34 inches.
Lord Boon, 2002, silver print, 26 x 34 inches,