"To succeed, you have to believe in something with such passion that it becomes a reality." Jack Stuler
Welcome and Thank You for visiting. This website is the future home of Jack Stuler Legacy Foundation.
Sabina Kelly is Jack Stuler's daughter. She adores her father and has inherited his collection, which has never been organized or opened-up for showing, sales, and reproduction. Now, the whole story of how much Jack Stuler still has to give, will be shared with the world.
A new non-profit organization bearing Jack's name is being formed. Most importantly, this new non-profit foundation will fund scholarships for Art students who are otherwise without financial support to help make their education and career passions to come true. At the will and gesture of Jack's family, his passion and duty will never be forgotten.
This cause is very worthy, and we hope you will get behind the message of the project, of why we need to remember him, by caring for Students and Mother Nature, equally.
To get involved, or to add your artifacts and memories of Jack Stuler's work to this project, please CONTACT US. We will respond to all requests for contact.
About 18 years old
Mid to late 20's
ASU years...and that pipe :-)
Pedro & Grandson in Mexico
A True Mountain Man
Jack Stuler at a glance
Born: August 30,1932
Birth place: Homestead, Pennsylvania
Profession: Fine Art Photographer, Educator
Studied: Phoenix College, 1957; Arizona State Univ. (B.A., 1960)
with Van Deren Coke, 1961 (M.F.A., 1963); workshop with Ansel Adams, 1966.
Exhibited: Three Photographers, George Eastman House, 1963; Photography '63/Int. Exh., 1963, George Eastman House; Photography In Twentieth Century, Nat. Gallery Canada, 1967; Am. Photography: The Sixties, Sheldon Mem. Art Gallery, Univ. Nebraska, Lincoln, 1966; Photography USA, De Cordova Mus., Lincoln, MA, 1968. Awards: first award Biennial Photography, Phoenix Art Mus., 1967; Best of Show, Third Southwestern Art Invitational, Yuma FAA, 1968.
Member: Soc. Photography Educ.; Inst. Cultural Exchange Through Photography (mem. advisory board, 1966-).
Work: George Eastman House, Rochester, NY; Gen. Aniline Films, NYC; Univ. Collections, Arizona State Univ., Tempe; Yuma (AZ) Art Center; Phoenix College.
Comments: Publications: contrib., Photography in the Twentieth Century," Horizon, 1967, "Photography Ann.," 1969, "Being Without Clothes," Aperture 15:3, 1970 & "Camera," Lucerne, Switzerland, 11/1971. Teaching: Arizona State Univ., 1966-, summer fellowship, 1968.
Sources: WW73; Nathan Lyons, "The Younger Generation," Art Am. (Dec., 1963)."