Arthur F. Rounds is a retired photographic imaging specialist. After serving for 3 years in the US Army as a process photography instructor, Arthur graduated Magna Cum Laude from RIT's College of Graphic Arts & Photography with a BS in Professional Photography. His work life included professional photography, teaching photography at the college and professional levels, and eventually owning and operating a commercial photo laboratory for 15 years before he retired.
Arthur personally prints & frames all of his own Giclée prints in his home workshop. All of Arthur's Giclée prints are printed on a cotton rag, hot press watercolor paper using an advanced 10 color pigmented ink set.
Arthur's latest personal project is photographing the Stone Arch Bridges that still exist in New Hampshire. He began this project in September 2022. He continues to enjoy tracking down the last few stone arch bridges that he has yet to photograph.
Arthur's Giclée prints may be found in the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Galleries.