Ronile, Hungary's celebrated avant garde photographer
I am Margryth Lea Rosza, known professionally as Ronile ( ron-uh-lee). At first I used a camera as a sketchbook to record ideas for my paintings. Later, I turned to photography as a means of self expression. I have had no formal training in photography, knowing it could impede my need to record images in an unconventional manner, violating the principles of what most people would regard as “good” photography.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Spotlighted Brick Wall
Monday, Cousin Elinor did a presentation about me and my work to a camera club, and she says it was enthusiastically received. She converted some of my photographs to digital for the presentation. I'm thinking about going digital. But would I be true to myself if I left film for digital? I'm undecided. Anyway, here is one of my most recent photographs, where light falling on the brick wall is exciting.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Dark into Light
Monday, November 8, 2010
This is one of a series of photographs that are mainly very dark, but are exciting because of the areas of light. Viewers have found this one spectacular. One critic commented, " Shrouding humanity in absent obscurity, so characteristic of her work, Ronile's photograph depicts the hidden essence of mortality."
Monday, October 25, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
My computer foiled my best intentions to post regularly. It seems that it had a virus, and my incredible technician had to wipe everything off my C drive. By coincidence, cousin Elinor had similar problems. I now have access to everything on the computer, so I'll post an incredible photo tomorrow. Promise.