Flâneur celebrating and capturing what's right with our world.
Bob Soltys (1955, USA). In 1971, Bob took his camera along with seniors who walked out to protest a teachers’ strike that would have cut short their school year and prevented them from graduating. The weekly paper bought the pictures, launching a 40-year career capturing people and events on film.
His photos have appeared in newspapers, Midwest Flyer, and Sports Illustrated, and have been exhibited at the Beverly Art Center in Chicago, the Rangefinder Gallery, London's Stephen Bartels Gallery, and other galleries.
Donating his share of the money from sales of his fine art images and coffee mugs to worthy causes allows Bob to give back to those who welcome him and his cameras.
Bob’s fine art prints have raised funds for many charities including the Friends of Anton auction.
Cliff, Mike and Barry share a laugh during lunch at Willow Creek Ranch, Wyoming.
A bartender ponders the meaning of it all during the 2019 transit strike in Paris
The last rays of sunlight fall upon Coalinga, California’s "Iron Zoo".
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