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The Photographic Performance/Catherine Panebianco

“Benny Was A Good Boy” by Catherine Panebianco was selected during our call for exhibitions “The Photographic Performance 2017”.  It was exhibited in the Salon gallery from January 19 to February 18, 2018. —oOOOo— “Benny Was a Good Boy began as a chronicle of my old dog’s final year but ended up being a way […]

 

The Photographic Performance/Anton Gautama

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts, conversations, focusing on the many entries we received for our call “The Photographic Performance” that were not chosen for exhibition in the gallery, yet we feel demand an audience. Anton had an image in a past exhibition in the gallery, Light, titled, “Larung Gar.”  It […]

 

“vistas” juried by Dan Burkholder

The “vistas” exhibition juried by Dan Burkholder was in the gallery from November 3 to December 17, 2017.  Dan selected fifty four images from fifty two artist. —ooOoo— “Right after jurying this show I was off for two weeks of teaching and shooting in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and both Dakotas. The entire time, I was haunted […]

 

Being Set Free

The unique project Being Set Free is one in which artists evolve their photographic artworks to achieve self-healing and personal discovery. Using intuitive or conceptual processes of creation, artists evolve their respective images around each of their own physical/emotional healing goals or subjects – setting oneself free from limitations, grief, disease, loneliness, encumbrances, disappointment, all […]

 

The Photographic Performance/Lori Pond

This is the third in a series of blog posts, conversations, focusing on the many entries we received for our call “The Photographic Performance” that were not chosen for exhibition in the gallery, yet we feel demand an audience. We met Lori Two years ago at PhotoNOLA.  She has had work in the gallery previously […]

 

The Photographic Performance / Bill Motley

This is the second in a series of blog posts, conversations, focusing on the many entries we received for our call “The Photographic Performance” that were not chosen for exhibition in the gallery, yet we feel demand an audience. Bill Motley is a photographer from San Antonio, Texas.  We think his project is important for […]

 

The Photographic Performance / Joan Brook and Jim Houser, PhD

This is the first in a series of blog posts, conversations, focusing on the many entries we received for our call “The Photographic Performance” that were not chosen for exhibition in the gallery, yet we feel demand an audience.   This first project resonated with us significantly because we live in Texas. We know from […]

 

“black/white” juried by Elizabeth Avedon

  The “black/white” exhibition juried by Elizabeth Avedon was in the gallery from August 4 to September 10, 2017.  Elizabeth selected fifty one images from forty one artist. —ooOoo— “I’ve been forty years discovering that the queen of all colors is black.” – Henri Matisse The call to enter was simple. Black and White. The […]

 

“animalia”

The “animalia” exhibition, juried by Traer Scott, was in the gallery from September 15 to October 29, 2017.  Traer selected fifty one images from thirty nine artist.  Enjoy …….

 

“Hands Around the World” in celebration of World Cyanotype Day

World Cyanotype Day is approaching. This year it will be celebrated on Saturday, September 30. Let us celebrate one another. Let us celebrate the things we have in common, as well as the things that make us unique. Our hope is to have people all over the world create cyanotype portraits of their hands, to […]