June Redford Van Cleef

(Page from her show in the summer of 1997)

June Redford Van Cleef's latest body of work is a collection of documentary images of the people, buildings and landscapes along the borders of Texas' Presidio County and Mexico's state of Chihuahua. Ms. Van Cleef was born (1941) and raised in West Texas. Today she is a professor of photography at Collin County Community College (located in Plano, a Dallas suburb) where she founded the photography department in 1988. She has taught for many years, all the time building up a large body of documentary photography. A few years ago, she authored a book entitled The Way Home: Photography from the Heart of Texas which featured images from Hamilton county spanning two decades. Her work has been included in many venues, and it is in the collections of the Dallas Museum of Art, the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Her 16 x 20 prints are priced at $950.00. Prints on 20 x 24 paper are $1,300.00, and 13 x 34 inch panoramic prints are $2,200.00.
All prints are gelatin silver made by June Redford Van Cleef in her darkroom.

(Click your mouse on the images below to enlarge them.)

Maria in Church

Maria in Church, Candelaria, Texas, 1995

Karen Redford

Karen Redford from Marfa in Movie Set School House,
Brewster County, Texas, 1995

Reynaldo with his Dog

Reynaldo with his Dog, Rosa Madrid's House, Candelaria, Texas, 1995

Una Casa con Burros

Una Casa con Burros, San Antonio, Mexico, 1995

Las Ropas en el Sol

Las Ropas en el Sol con las Cabras, San Antonio, Mexico, 1995

Atop the Chinati Mountains

Atop the Chinati Mountains Looking toward Mexico, Pinto Canyon Ranch, 1995

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