Richard Bickel's photography crosses 70 countries and has been published throughout the world. His passion for exotic waters - Africa's Niger and Burma's Irawaddy - brought him to Apalachicola in 1994. He has since been capturing the rich culture of Florida's last stand, publishing the best-selling photo books, The Last Great Bay and Apalachicola, An American Treasure. Bickel's work has also appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, Conde Naste Traveler and Travel and Leisure, and internationally in Die Zeit (Germany), The Times of London and Italian Public Television.
A recipient of the Golden Quill for photography and the New York Art Directors Club Award, Richard Bickel has exhibited in galleries throughout the United States. He resides in Apalachicola where he maintains a gallery of his photography in the town's historic district.
|Fine Art Prints: Apalachicola River - Life on the Fringes of Florida
Richard Bickel's Apalachicola River runs wild through the intoxicating, almost imaginary terrain of Florida's central Panhandle. Here amid shadowy marsh and sun-soaked swimming holes is life on the Florida fringes - the ancient rites of backwoods baptisms, weekend mud-bog races, and hunting the Thanksgiving hog.
|Fine Art Prints: Apalachicola - The Last Great Bay
Bickel has chronicled the ebb and flow of life in this region with the eye of an artist. He captures the power of sea and sky... The Atlanta Journal Constitution
|Prints: Cuba by Night
Richard Bickel was one of the first Western photojournalists to document Castro's Cuba to provide these rare photos.
|Prints: International Series
These prints have been selected from Richard Bickel's personal portfolio, with many images taken during out of country assignments. All prints presented in archival acid-free backboard and matt with artist's signature.
|Fine Art Posters
22 X 28 inch posters carefully printed on museum stock and signed by the artist
Special: Three signed posters, mix or match for $69.95 (regularly $35.00 each)