Bill Hornbostel Luminous Realism

Bill Hornbostel uses photographs as a starting point for crafting images of landscapes and architecture. He captures images of his subject using long exposures to convey the sense of being at peace within a frenzied world, and of being beyond the swift passage of time. From there, he uses various tools in digital post-processing, digitally brushing luminance into his images to make an aesthetically and emotionally compelling image in a style he calls luminous realism. This retrospective exhibition chronicles the development of this style.