Renaissance Portraits

Extraordinary Portraits for Discriminating Patrons

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Dr. Riane Eisler, author of "The Chalice and the Blade" and others, is a world wide lecturer and co-founder with her husband, Dr. David Loye, of the Center for Partnership Studies. www.partnershipway.org.
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Dr. David Loye, cinematographer, author, social psychologist, lives with his wife, Riane Eisler in Carmel, California. Co-founder of the Center for Partnership Studies. David has founded the Darwin Project, which can be found on the Internet at www.thedarwinproject.com.
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Reverend Ostertag at his office desk of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Fort Collins, Colorado. He became rather famous in that he was the first Episcopal minister to marry a same sex couple. For this he was nearly excommunicated, removed from his parish and sent to another, much smaller one, in the Southwest.
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Dr. Albert Meyers, creator of Maytansine drug for cancer in his classroom at Colorado State University.
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Dorothy Scott in her studio on Devil's Gulch Road on the eastern edge of Rocky Mountain National Park at Estes Park, Colorado.
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Dr. and Mrs. Barnes of Ft. Collins, Colorado created a scholarship fund to help deserving micro-biology students at Colorado State University where he was a professor.
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Gloria Swanson was awarded the George Eastman Award about which she asked me its meaning. "Only a way for Jim Card of the Eastman House Motion Picture Archives to advance his program." She responded, "Well, it's nice to be back. I've friends here."
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Nathan Lyons, assistant director at the Eastman House while installing the exhibition "Seeing Photographically." I thought the white shirt too white and had him put on my raincoat. He reached into the pocket and pulled out a cassette of Kodachrome holding it up in frame four--and smiling, something rarely caught by a camera.
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Minor White, photographer, teacher, founder and editor of "Aperture" magazine, with his Visual Communications class at RIT, 1962-3.
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