Posts Tagged ‘photography’
Posted on August 31st 2015
August 31 – October 31, 2015
First Thursday Opening Reception (This Thursday Sept 3)!!
Artist Talk 5-7:30 pm
with Kiki Gaffney, David Caras, DM Witman
Susan Maasch Fine Art
4 City Center | Portland | ME
Posted on August 3rd 2011
Please join us this Friday at the Farnsworth Art Museum”s Julia”s Gallery Open Studio event. Young local photographers have come so far in the past few weeks- learning about the history of photography and contemporary artists, and learning how to make amazing digital photographs. They will be sharing their ideas, their images, and the space that we have been utilizing as our digital darkroom. We all know how busy summer can be, but these young artists showed that they have what it takes by committing their summer to making photographic images. I am so proud of each of them, and hope that you will join us in celebrating their success!
Posted on October 12th 2010
October 15 — November 12, 2010
Opening Reception | Friday, October 15, 6 – 8 pm
The Art Gallery
Sussex County Community College
Building C, One College Hill
For more information, call (973) 300-2144
Posted on December 23rd 2009
Selected for Project Basho”s
ONWARD “10, A Journey for Emerging Photographers
Project Basho announced this year’s selected photographers for ONWARD ‘10. They received a stunning 1666 photographs from 418 individual artists. Submissions came from all over the United States as well as seven other countries, and the standard of submitted work was very high. The guest juror, Debbie Fleming Caffery was given the task of putting together a show from this large pool of work and arrived at a final selection of 73 works by 40 artists.
Opens Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010
with a public reception, 2 – 5pm
Posted on November 21st 2008
dm witman lecturing at Project Basho in November at a Night for Emerging Photographers.
“… currently an MFA candidate in photography at the Maine Media College, will be discussing her on-going body of work. She currently works with a 4×5 pinhole camera, capturing her exposures on sheet film which she later enlarges to 20×24 and 11×14. She works with ideas concerning dreams and spiritual entity, captured in the setting of the natural landscape. This body of work has been evolving for more than 3 years.”