• Framing Photography Options and Opinions

    The following information about historical photographic framing practices is taken from the wikipedia Fine Art Photography page.   In light of what is written below, I’m interested in your opinion on what you like in framing – what is gimmicky versus what will stand the test of time, to matte of not to matte, with or […]




  • Norm Amadio and Friends: Norm Amadio

    Here is Ashante Infantry’s review of Norm Amadio’s new CD as it appears in the Tuesday December 29 Toronto Star.  Norman is a friend and a musical collaborator with my wife, jazz vocalist Julie McGregor. (3.5 out of 4 stars) Esteemed pianist Norm Amadio called in a few worthy pals (vocalists Marc Jordan and Jackie […]




  • New edition of my book is available

    A revised and updated third edition of a book of my art photography is now available. A book of haunting and poetic fine art black and white landscape photographs from Italy, Ireland, Canada, the United States, and around the world that focus on themes of resilience, reclamation, and renewal while revealing the beauty of impermanence. […]




  • Stimulate your senses at Arta Gallery’s Light of Winter exhibit

    My photography in Arta Gallery’s Light of Winter exhibition received a nice mention in an article by Mandi Hargrave that appears in today’s Examiner. Here is a snippet: When you walk through the doors to the gallery, Bret Culp’s black and white photo of an old castle commands your attention. Appropriately titled, ‘The Transience of […]




  • Light Of Winter Exhibition

    I’m participating in the Light of Winter Exhibition at Arta Gallery at the Distillery District in Toronto. The show opens today. LIGHT OF WINTER Arta Gallery, Toronto, Canada December 9 to December 26, 2009 Opening reception: Thursday December 10 from 6 to 8 pm (TONIGHT) For a span of two celebratory weeks leading up to […]




  • Updated Artist Statement – Bret Culp Photography

    All that remains of a formidable castle is a crumbling ruin overgrown with vines and moss; sunrise illuminates morning fog drifting silently through a valley in an instant that will exist only once in time; a mountain is gradually devoured by wind and water leaving behind sediment that is already becoming something new. These are […]




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