Roger Stone

Roger Stone makes beautiful prints that have that wonderful surreal glowing effect that comes from infrared film. His subject matter focuses mainly on Mexico and Central America. In 1985, he switched from a large format camera to a vintage Leica and began his infrared work. His photographs have been in many shows, and they are in several museum collections. Mr. Stone was born in 1955 and lives in Texas. He makes his living as a medical photographer.

Prints are 11 x 16 inches in size, matted to 20 x 24 inches . They are priced at $300.00.

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El Templo del Sol

El Templo del Sol, 1993

Spanish Fort with Cranes

Spanish Fort with Cranes

El Zocalo de Merida

El Zócalo de Mérida, 1989

La Nina

La Niña, 1990

Unnamed Hero at Merida

Unnamed Hero at Mérida, 1985

Click here to go to Roger Stone's photograph from our 25th Anniversary Show.