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Waiting, 1968


10” x 14” 


Roland Schubert was raised and has lived in the London, Ontario, area for most of his life. He studied photography and photo printing at Fanshawe College in the early 1970s and, on graduation, worked in the professional photo industry as a photographer and custom printer for ten years. In May 1982, he and his wife Myra opened Colour by Schubert. Their first location was at Talbot and Fullarton Street, where they offered custom photo finishing for both commercial and amateur photographers. Starting out with only one enlarger and a 24" processor, they soon became known not only for their commitment to quality but also their devotion to their customers. Eventually, they moved to their current and much larger location at 121 King Street, on April 1, 1987. As a testament to this devotion, they can proudly say that some of the first clients to walk through their doors are still with them today.


Roland's professional photography has been featured in photo journals and online media. Colour by Schubert has contributed to the community as a business and Roland as a photographer, donating his work to notable art fundraisers and not-for-profit organizations, including UPwithART, in support of the Unity Project for relief of Homelessness and Museum London's education program.


Full proceeds from the sale of this work will go toward FCG and the Embassy Cultural House. Thanks to Roland for his generosity. 

Roland Schubert: Waiting, 1968

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