• heARTS for Pakistan – An Evening of Art & Jazz

    My photography Michael’s Dragon is one of the pieces in the heARTS for Pakistan silent art auction taking place at Gladstone Hotel in Toronto this evening. HEARTS FOR PAKISTAN – AN EVENING OF ART & JAZZ Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, Canada October 18, 2010 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM The Petrified Dragon of Skellig Michael, Skellig […]




  • 2010 update of The Beauty of Impermanence

    Hello all, There is a July 2010 revised and updated edition of my book, The Beauty of Impermanence.  I invite you to take a look and let me know what you think. All best, always,   bret




  • Five Photography Questions and Answers

    I thought the following Q&A that I did for Glasgow photography student James Murray may be of interest to readers of this blog.  Please let me know if you have any additional thoughts or opinions on the questions or answers. Regards,   bret James Murray wrote: Dear Mr Culp I am a student photographer from […]




  • Bret Culp Photography – Winter 2010 eNewsletter

    I’ve completed my Winter 2010 photography newsletter. Included is information about my updated artist statement, photography talks I’ve been giving, what I’m working on, recent exhibitions and events, my blog, and the revised edition of my book. Click here for a web version or here for a pdf. Subscribe to the mailing list here in […]




  • Picture of the Week – The Transience of Power

    My photograph, The Transience of Power, has been selected as the January 4, 2010 GalleryPrint Picture of the Week.  Click here for the GalleryPrint website. The Transience of Power, Killarney, Kerry, Ireland, 2008 archival pigment on photo rag




  • 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 […]




  • OCAD Whodunit? Mystery Art Sale

    Whodunit? 2009 – Mystery Art by the Famous and Soon-to-be-famous I’m thrilled that my photography has been chosen for inclusion in the Ontario College of Art and Design Whodunit? Mystery Art Sale Gala Preview and Silent Auction. Gala Preview: Come celebrate art, artists and friends at a fabulous party unlike any other. Preview the hundreds […]




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