In the Spring of 2009, four Placitas photographers came together to found Perspectives. They were Fernando Delgado, Joan Fenicle, Barry McCormick and David Cramer who we lost suddenly in 2010. Their first activity was to coordinate the inaugural art exhibit at the then new Placitas Community Library - a community art exhibit of almost 200 8”x10” works of art that were sold to benefit the library. They have gone on to produce group exhibits including new members.


    David Cramer was one of New Mexico's finest nature photographers before his sudden death March, 2010 at age 58. Known for his remarkable images of the wild - especially the wild horses near his home in Placitas - David had been a psychologist for most of his life until he found a new home with his life partner psychiatrist Avi Kriechman in 2001. David quickly evolved into a visionary photographer and teacher, winning multiple awards for his wildlife photography, including top honors in the international photography contest "All Things Horses" at the Center for Fine Arts Photography and at the Bosque del Apache "Festival of the Cranes".


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