AboutWisconsin fine art photographer Jim Sincock, focuses on large format black and white landscape and fine art still life photography.
Stop by my studio during the Get Behind the Arts Studio tour this weekend. The Racine Studio Tour is Saturday April 25th from 11-5, and on Sunday you can tour Kenosha’s studios. My studio is located in the Racine […]
I will be having a solo exhibition of my landscape photography at the Leenhouts Gallery in the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee. The opening reception is from 1-3pm on Sunday, March 22nd. The exhibition runs from March 22nd to May 4th. […]
I had salted some paper for salt printing and hung the pieces to dry. Once dried, I was intrigued with the way they curled and the almost sensual quality to them. For fun I snapped a photo of three curled sheets […]
I’m honored to have had my image, Trikaya, chosen to be part of the Landscape exhibition on the Plates to Pixels website. Plates to Pixels is an online curatorial project founded by Blue Mitchell who also produces the Diffusion […]
I’m honored to have my work published in the July/August 2014 issue of View Camera magazine. Steve Simmons had seen my work online and contacted me about publishing a small folio of my photography in his magazine. I’m truly honored […]