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To Guest who posted on Nov 2, 2013 re storage unit with Gary's paintings. Please let me know how I can get in touch with you. I would like to find out more about how and where this transpired. Thank you - you can add a private comment here or send a message to this person handling this account.
Can anyone give me some biographical information about gary becker? Someone I know bought parts of a storage unit that had several paintings by this artist.
I echo the relief that dear Gary's pictures, illustrating his wonderful take on life is back online.
His images sing and still have the power to make one laugh, or cry.
A dear man and a great photographer.
God Bless, Gary.
I cannot express my relief that these are back online! Tears in my eyes....I love you and miss you my incredible brother!
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God bless you Gary. I am sure you are in Father's Home now. My prayers are with you and family.
god bless you Gary. thanks for sharing your unique vision with us. all my love to your loved ones!
You are missed by your pbase followers, Gary. Peace to you and your family. God Bless.
The most amazing images! You would capture things that know else would even see! I will you my friend.
It is hard to imagine a world without your perspective. See you on the other side dear friend.
I shall miss the art and laughter you decorated this world with. cas
Thanks for the nice comment in on my smoke image.
Great gallery Gary...Wonderfully consistent and provocative! Bravo Gary and Happy Holidays!
Too bad you seem out of this area, we'd probably have fun roaming around. Was a nice visit, thaks for sharing.
Hello Maestro! Looks like you list of admirers is growing. Well done. Still my favorite photographer. The old trail as you enter Lakeview Park is worth a look and good walk for the dog. Park at the closed gate before you turn into the park and walk to the left to the "highlands". Keep up the insiprational work.
C'est superbe. Toutes vos galeries sont fantastiques. Vous donnez envie de faire de la vraie photographie.
Thank you Gary, you are a great fotograph. I like all gallery. You are genuis. Can you give me a bit of your talent ...
Walter O. Koenig
I really enjoyed your galleries. I like the things you look at and the way you look at them.
Best Wishes, Walter
Gary thanks for the compliment on the "Sand Study--"Dino Tracks" coming from you I take it as a great compliment--You painting is over the top and some of the best I have seen--thanks, ---------ron s. (ron9ron)
This is a beautiful gallery Gary
You're already very good and I'm sure you'll post even better work in the future.
Gary, thanks for your kind comments and I really appreciate it coming from a photographer like your self---your fracture gallery is over the top--very cool---ron_9
these are beautiful and interesting galleries!! Congratulations! Very inspirational.
You have so beautifuly photos in yours portfolio...Excellent my friend...Greetings from Montenegro, old/new country in Europe...I will come back with pleasure...
Hello Gary, thank you for visiting my modest gallery.
Hi Gary. Thanks for the comment. :)
I will agree with all the commnets i read here, and say you style is very inspiring!!!
Thank you for sharing these amazing captures!!!
You have great stuff here and I'm a little jealous to be honest.
Fab. photos Gary ...tks for sharing!
Hi gary. really love your work. it seems you have passion to life.
You are one of the best photographers in PBASE.
I enjoyed every one of your photos.
Thanks for the good time.
Hi Gary. Thanks for the comment. :)
Sherri & Jim Barwick
Is this the Gary Becker that used to live in Tulsa, Oklahoma and then moved to Dallas many moons ago? If so, please contact me...would love to hear from you.
Your galleries are amazing. Sharpness, exposure, composition, colours and subject matters are all always appropriate, expressive and well chosen.
Thank you for your comments, I value them a lot.
Kind regards, pep.
There is only a picture army of one - you! Awesome.
Gary: You need to try using some of this thin packing foam that comes in sheets. I fished some out of my yard that was blown by the wind. It can be used to make some interesting shapes and to frame things like I did with the Flowers(artificial)that you commented on.
Hi Gary...these "Train Bits" are wonderful. The Klandinsky shapes & colors I love. I'd hang any one of them on my wall.
Hi Gary. Thanks for the comment. :)
I'd be canned by Reuters, would I? Ha - I can't imagine a higher compliment. Thanks! (And thanks for all of your great, supportive words - much much appreciated).
I love your abstract style. A number of your photos had me saying, "Cool, no idea how he did it, but Cool!" Keep up the great work!
Hi Gary, I´m glad you like my *Self on action*, thanks for the kind comment, best regards, Rosemarie :o)
Thanks for the wonderful comment on my image. You have great images here, I've loved going through them. You are definitely one of my faves.
Just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed your photo's and great creativity in the gallery themes. Good imagination will keep coming back.
I´m glad you love my abstract image *Ornament with fly* Gary, thanks for your kind comment and spending time to visite my shots, best wishes, Rosemarie :o)
All your galleries are amazing.
You have every reason to be proud.
I have finally got around your gallery - it is awesome
You have a good collection of pictures here!
And You have a real talent
please check out my gallery
Followed your link from your comment on Emi Luc's image - what a revelation. So many great images. Will be back many times to see more! Cheers, Eckhart
Noticed you're coming up on 1/2 million page views. WOW!
:D Takes one to know one!
I'm keeping all my pinhole stuff in my f295 gallery. There's a couple of links on my profile page (or just go to www.f295.org, look for the gallery, I'm there).
Drove me nuts having to make different sizes for different websites. Simpler this way.
Ha ha - tricked you - I came back. :) Thanks fro checking out my Holgaramas - always appreciate a vote of confidence from you, because you rock. :D
Hi Gary! I'm on my biannual visit to PBase! You continue to rock!
You have great skill and an artistic eye. Well done.
Wow. I voted and voted and voted. Really nice work.
I realy love your photos og train details with all the colours. I am nearly dying to put them in to a system like a puzzle.
Wow, what shall I say! You have really really excellent and creative fotos on your site!
Incredible power of creativity...!!!
Too many great shots to comment on! Well done.
Wow! I've seen galleries with tons of pics, more than my entire collection! Adding yours to my favorites for further viewing. Thanks for the comment.
Thank you for your comments on the statue. I take it you must be a
Texan yourself! I really enjoyed your galleries! Thanks again!
Nice, well done!
Thank you for your comment and message!
Wat een prachtige vernieuwde website. Heldere opzet en ook een goede kleurstelling. Mooi.
Met vriendelijke groeten
Gary, You left a comment on my railroad station image wondering why the moon didn't blow out with a 5 second exposure. Good catch. I must apologize. That is my single photoshopped image in my galleries - the moon was cloned in from another image. I did it to protest our club's competition rules which basically say that "an image is an image" regardless of how it was done (anything goes). I told the competition committee that for the nightscape theme competition I would enter Moonrise, Manassas with a cloned moon- and if they didn't object to its entry I would no longer compete until they changed the rules. I am no longer competing with that club (after 4 photographer of the year awards). I'm going to add note to the image so no one else wonders why the moon came out so good. I have that image in a local exhibit - WITHOUT the moon.
To my friend who has the distinction of being known as "Artist Gary",
Your photos put a new perspective on the everyday things of life!
You have a God - given talent and I'm happy you are our friend.
thanks for visiting my galleries and commenting: a great reminder to visit yours, which I always appreciate (you are on my list of favorites). My impression is that you do what all photographers aspire to, which is not just to look, but to *see*. Fantastic and fun! :-)
amazing galleries!! I'll come back because it was a joy to trip around here.
It's exciting to see how talented you really are!
Best of luck,
Wow, you've got some great photo galleries
keep up the good work
You make me laugh.
you have some great creative images, i have only explored a little for now, but will be back soon to explore a little more
You know what I see here? A total willingness to explore, both broadly and deeply, into the visual and graphic nature of everyday life and objects. You make the normal appear fantastical. In fact, your fame is spreading and I heard a rumor that there is a film in production: "Being Gary Becker". :)
Thankyou for sharing your admirable and inspirational work on PBase.
Gary, thanks for visiting and leaving very nice comments. You are in my favorite artist list so I can come back often.--
Antonio Pierre De Almeida
Thank you so much for stoping by and leaving comments in my pad galleries. Can't say that I took the time to browse your work but I will do it as soon as I can. Antonio
Thanks a lot for your comments on my trainyard gallery. It is encouraging to get comments from someone who takes pictures as good as yours.
"I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn't photograph them." -Diane Arbus
thx for your words...
i enjoyed all of your galleries....
you are on my favorite list
judy sidonie tillinger
Gary - Thanks for checking out my
stuff and for the kind comments.
I think we look at things with a similar
eye and It's a treat going through
your galleries. You're definitely among
Ian James Doyle
Thanks for the comment. I'm going to crop the picture when I get some editing softwear. By the way, the man is a deaf and homeless person that spends every night at that very spot selling sign language info cards. It is in front of a liquer store and close to a university, so we university students know him well.
By the way, I know your advice is good after looking at your gallaries. Thanks again.
Extremely diverse gallery. Youve got some real pearls here and there. I think I like fractures the most. Great work!
F García Robles
Gracias por compartirlas
Saludos desde España donde tienes un amigo
Lady bugs doing it! Really Gary. The torn awning shot is a compelling study in monochrome. The leaf is delicious. Is there blond hair in the family now?
Hi, had downloaded the site but just got around to viewing it....it is GREAT....love the pictures and want to know how you got so close to an owl? Sorry it took so long but we were in and out of town so much. Will be looking for new additions.