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The Photography of Bernard Mendoza

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Today, anyone that has a phone considers himself or herself a photographer.  Pictures are being snapped by the  millions on a daily basis.  These fun documentations of life are priceless.  But what sets a professional photographer's work aside from the bounty of snaps by the average man on the street?  

It's the eye, the ability to see something different, to capture in a split second a composition and story that is unique. Add to this the need to have a consistent and unique voice or style and photography takes on a whole new meaning.

One of the artists The Gallery at Round Top proudly represent is the internationally recognized photographer, Bernard Mendoza. When someone views a body of his work, his style is clearly evident.  Originally from London, Mendoza currently resides in Texas where he has produced a exciting portfolio of varied themes.  Where the primary body of his works are in black and white, some of his newer works are in color, expressing a new vision for Mendoza.

His photographs have been collected and exhibited by some of the major and most prestigious institutions in the world that includes the National Portrait Gallery both in England and Scotland, The Royal Photographic Society in the UK, The Smithsonian and more locally The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Most recently, The Briscoe Museum of American History in Austin purchased his original prints from the Round Top Townsfolk project.

To make his work more accessible, he has agreed to produce a series from his portfolio for our clients under the banner of The Mendoza Collection.  These wonderful works are sized and priced for every collection and for any location.  The technological world, these images bring the human experience into a setting.  Their excellent designs set them apart while offering a charming and sometime humorous element to the theme.  Mendoza's works open the eyes of the viewer to the inner human experience.

The new collection includes some of his most iconic images such as The Fixer as well several new photographs from his Mutt ‘n Man series, Benches Series, Western Series, and Sisters and Friends Series.

Prints are be made on Ultra-Premium Photo Paper Luster, approximately 11 x 14 and are offered framed and unframed.

The Gallery will still offer the Mendoza signed, exhibition quality fiber master prints as well.  These are a select and defining pieces of artwork for the collector.  They are offered on museum papers and are available in larger sizes. We are happy to discuss this in detail.




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