Past Showcases

Photography and Time

August 16th - October 17th, 2021

I looked to find an interesting range in the six photographers featured here. Utilizing the mechanics of photography, several artists have transcended the technical to create magical moments: from insomnia-driven wanderings, to examining what happens even before you shoot, to creating floating, ephemeral sculptures in the air. Exploring memory and the passage of time, several artists examine that experience and the sense of longing the journey can leave us with. Use this link for the showcase introduction, otherwise you can go directly to each artist using the grid.

Photography and Nature

June 16th - August 15th, 2021

Each of the six artists featured here  have a very thoughtful partnership with nature. Some of the work has been a response to our last year, the forced isolation that we all found ourselves under and turning to nature as an inspirational resource. Others seek to connect us to nature’s magical world, or draw our awareness to the consequences of our actions. Throughout the showcase, there is an understanding that the world/space we inhabit is important and should be honored. Use this link for the showcase introduction, otherwise you can go directly to each artist using the grid.

Staged Photography

April 11th - June 15th, 2021

I have chosen six photographers for this showcase whose art runs a wide gamut of what “staged imagery” can involve. Several have found imaginative ways to transform the everyday through reinvention and abstraction, finding the power in the ordinary. While others seek to evoke a mood,  capture vanishing moments of beauty, or even include the presentation of the print as part of their staging. Use this link for the showcase introduction, otherwise you can go directly to each artist using the grid.

Photograph As Object

February 14th - April 10th, 2021

Looking at artists who free photographs from walls and release them into our three-dimensional world.  Some give life to the paper itself - leading the viewer on a journey as it folds and warps. Others offer, even demand, interaction that grants viewers a share of authorship/ownership experiences. Use this link for the showcase introduction, otherwise you can go directly to each artist using the grid.