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“she” juried by Joyce Tenneson

The “she” exhibition juried by Joyce Tenneson, was in the Main gallery from February 22 to April 7, 2019.  Joyce selected fifty five images from forty seven artist.  Felice Boucher’s image “Goddess Cloak” received the Juror’s Award.  Peggy Taylor Reid’s image “Strength” received the Director’s Award.  Juror’s Honorable Mentions were given to Joan Lobis Brown’s […]

 

“diptych” juried by Kevin Tully

The “diptych” exhibition juried by Kevin James Tully, was in the Salon gallery from January 18 to March 10, 2019.  Kevin selected thirty six  images from thirty one artist.  Julie Mixon’s images”A Seemingly Short Swim to the Other Side” and “What If…” received the Juror’s Award.  Lisa Nebenzahl’s’s image “Fall/Clouds” received the Director’s Award.  Juror’s […]

 

“black/white” juried by Jennifer Schlesinger

The “black/white” exhibition juried by Jennifer Schlesinger, was in the Main gallery from January 11 to February 17, 2019.  Jennifer selected fifty two images from forty five artist.  Philip Augustin’s images”Negative #17-003-03 with Photogram”, “Negative #18-008-14 with Photogram” and “Negative #18-009-14 with Photogram” received the Juror’s Award.  Sharon Covert’s image “Love is Blind” received the […]

 

“light” juried by Geoffrey Koslov

The “light” exhibition juried by Geoffrey Koslov, was in the Main gallery from November 23, 2018 to January 6, 2019.  Geoffrey selected fifty  images from forty three artist.  Nataly Rader’s “Woman with Red Shoes” received the Juror’s Award.  Nadide Goksun’s image “You’re So Self-Controlling” received the Director’s Award.  Juror’s Honorable Mentions were given to Laurence […]

 

“interiors” juried by Elizabeth Avedon

The “interiors” exhibition juried by Elizabeth Avedon, was in the Main gallery from October 5 to November 18, 2018.  Elizabeth selected fifty two images from forty five artist.  Delphine Queme’s “Cinema” received the Juror’s Award.  Kathleen Taylor’s image “Linda’s Home” received the Director’s Award.  Juror’s Honorable Mentions were given to Ray Grasse’s “Storefront”, Leslie Jean-Bart’s […]

 

“unique: alternative processes 2018” juried by Diana Bloomfield

The “unique: alternative processes 2018” exhibition juried by Diana Bloomfield, was in the Salon gallery from September 7 to November 18, 2018.  Diana selected thirty three images from twenty four artist.  Susan de Witt’s “Kimono” received the Juror’s Selection Award.  Scott Bulger’s image “Memento Mori” received the Director’s Selection Award.  Juror’s Honorable Mentions were given […]

 

A Body of Work

As the “Other” gallery director of A Smith Gallery my daily life is awash in photography. Not only do I frame (many times more than thirty images) and hang sometimes up to three exhibitions in a month, we live in the back of the gallery – we are woven into photography, it sends us off […]

 

“forgotten” juried by Blue Mitchell

The “forgotten” exhibition juried by Blue Mitchell, was in the Main gallery from August 24 to September 30, 2018.  Blue selected fifty four images from fifty four artist.  Jelisa Peterson’s “Haunting” received the Juror’s Award.  Michael Weitzman’s image “Silent Witness” received the Director’s Award.  Juror’s Honorable Mentions were given to Susan de Witt’s “Hollow Memories […]

 

The Photographic Performance 2018 / Deborah Sfez

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts, conversations, focusing on the many entries we received for our call “The Photographic Performance 2018”.  Deborah Sfez’s exhibition “The Mummies from Dresden” was in the gallery from August 3 to September 2, 2018. “Photography, for me, means a creative research. It is a tool in […]

 

“street” juried by Harvey Stein

The “street” exhibition juried by Harvey Stein, was in the Main gallery from July 6 to August 19, 2018.  Harvey selected fifty four images from forty nine artist.  Robert Moore’s “Faith Series No. 4” received the Juror’s Award.  Marsha Mahoney’s image “Paris Rain” received the Director’s Award.  Juror’s Honorable Mentions were given to Geoffrey Agrons’ […]