Saturday, July 18, 2015

Supporting Nemory's kids

$5,000 level

Nemory running with my daughter Sahara
toward a group of Elephant, 2009

Greetings Collectors!

Nemory was the most amazing field assistant anyone could ever dream for: Without his loyalty and devotion to the arts and support for my inspirations to photograph the Tuareg, the Akan Fishermen and the Dogon, those portfolios wouldn't be what they are. 

Before he passed away I made a promise to look after his four children. 

I am offering the Level II Collector's Circle memberships in support of his children. We need to raise money for our trip to Mali this fall. We will pay our respects to the family and visit Nemory's gravesite in Bamako; make sure the children have what they need for the school year including a couple of laptops, clothing, shoes etc… 

Collector's Circle members who join now can select 16" x 20" prints from the Africa Portfolio valued at 2x the contribution. It's a win-win for the Collector and Nemory's kids. 

Thank you so much for your consideration,

Elisabeth Sunday
 (with Nemory's kids)

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Client Home Album


New interior snap shots added to 

The Given 2007, Passion 2009, Emerge 2007
From the new Archival Pigment Print Edition printed on 30" x 40" rag paper. Edition 10

Thursday, June 18, 2015


Opposites down the hall

Booth H07 Scope-Art Basel

Duncan Miller Gallery from LA is next door

Tuesday, June 16, 2015


Greetings: The SCOPE-ART BASEL opens today!
If you are in Basel, please come see Thomas V. Meyer Fine Art at Booth H07



Installation at Scope-Art Basel

Sunday, June 14, 2015

The Five Figures of Anima


From: Series of 5 Figures of Anima
21" Maquette set on an alabaster base for 7' Fine Art Bronze
Contact me for information on availability and price

click on the image to see it larger

Monday, May 11, 2015

Into the Dark!

In the Darkroom
The darkroom is a deliciously creative space where I make prints on silver gelatin photographic paper old school. I am very excited because a friend of mine has just given me a couple of boxes of the coveted Agfa Portriga Rapid paper popular in the 1970's. It's the most beautiful photographic paper ever made. What will I print? Time to go into the darkroom and see!