My work which is currently part of the exhibit The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography through Alternative Processes at Panopticon Gallery in Boston is highlighted in blog. You can view the exhibition through April 1st.
I am excited to share that my work will be included in the Rochester Museum of Fina Art 2013 Biennial Exhibition, an inaugural event. For a complete list of artists who will be participating you can click here. The opening will occur on April 6th, 2013 and will be on view at the Downtown Gallery, located at 107 North Main Street. There will also be an exhibit at the Equinox Gallery at Artstream. (56 North Main St.) The juror for this year’s exhibition was A.B. Miner from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Thank you to the Rochester MFA and the juror A.B. Miner.
The opening for The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography Through Alternative Process was nothing short of an “event”- attended by photographers, educators, collectors, printers, deans, executive directors, museum people, and students. It was a pleasure to be a part of it. Thank you to Jason Landry for a beautiful evening with old and new friends.
The exhibition runs through April 1st at Panopticon Gallery, Boston.
Exhibition Opening: The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography through Alternative Process
Please join me for the opening of the exhibition The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography through Alternative Process. A selection of my images will be shown with work of other photographers through April 1st.
Where: Panopticon Gallery
When: Thursday, February 28th
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Need directions or would like more information to Panopticon Gallery? Click here.
I am excited to share that two of my images have been selected for the Texas Photographic Society‘s exhibition: The International Competition. This silver halide image made in 2006 received an honorable mention award. A congratulations to several of my friends in the photographic community for their inclusion in the exhibit too. Thank you to TPS and juror Blue Mitchell! The exhibit will open on March 1 at the A Smith Gallery in Johnson City, TX. Stop by if you happen to be in Texas! The exhibition will travel for an year.
— In other news, my March workshop Learning to See at Maine Media Workshops will be running March 9th & 10th. There is still time to sign up for a weekend of exploration and fun. —
I am excited to share that a portfolio of my work (and five other photographers) has been published in BETA, developments in photography. You can view the magazine for free. A huge thank you to Jeff Moorfoot and Heidi Romano for their work on the publication.
BETA developments in photography, is a new online journal featuring the very best in contemporary photography. It is the latest exciting venture from the team that brings you Australia’s most invigorating and progressive photography festival, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale.
I am pleased to share that I have been selected for SHOTS Magazine Issue No. 118 annual portfolio issue. You can view a selection of my images with an interview as well as work by other artists by subscribing to SHOTS.
Thank you to Russell Joslin for his continued advocacy of working artists. Help to show your support by subscribing to his labor of love!
I am pleased to share that a new image from my recent color pinhole work has been selected for Plates to Pixels Enchantment, the 6th Annual Juried Exhibition. Thank you Curator, Blue Mitchell for all of your efforts! You can view all of the selected images in the Enchantment exhibition here. The on-line exhibition runs through January 2013, with a printed catalog to follow. More of my color pinhole experiments can be found here.
Sunshine, great food, new friends, and…. photography! photography! photography! Need I say more? Well, just a few notes about PhotoNOLA, the annual photography festival in New Orleans. This all volunteer event was all that I could have asked for it to be. The event space was situated in the center city and was comfortable. The event coordinators and staff were great to talk to and helpful in many ways. There were plenty of exhibitions, lectures, and pop-up events. This event was well worth the travel. And…. I got a little dose of sunshine along the way with healthy doses of beignets.