I am honored to have my handmade artist book, "Ginko Leaves" (origami accordion book) now on view through June 19, in "Out of the Box: Camera-less Photography" at the stunning Norton Museum of Art, in West Palm Beach, Florida. And I am excited and thrilled to announce that this piece has been acquired for the Norton Museum’s Permanent Collection! Thank you to Tim B. Wride, the Norton’s William and Sarah Ross Soter Curator of Photography, and also for that beautiful display— and to Kat Kiernan, Director of Panopticon Gallery, in Boston.
I am honored and very happy to be one of the artists whose work is featured in Clay Harmon’s just released (2019) Polymer Photogravure book, one in a series on alternative printing processes published by Routledge. Informative and beautifully done!
And below are just a couple of my images that are in the book.
The exhibit runs from November 3 to January 2, 2019, and the opening reception is November 8, from 6-8 pm. Both Sal and I will be there, and we hope to see you there, too! And you can read more about the exhibit here.
I hope to see you at the reception for Beyond the Classroom, where I’ll be showing work along with FRANK Gallery artists/educators, Peter Filene, Barbara Tyroler, Bill McAllister, and Sam Wang. Some of their students and my own former students and artists, Debbie Warren and Jane Wiley, will also be showcasing their work. At FRANK Outreach Gallery, October 13. 5-7 pm (Walkabout with Artists at 3 pm.) Chapel Hill, NC
And you can get directions, and read more about it here.
I am happy to be exhibiting once again in Zebulon, Georgia, at Slow Exposures 2018, as part of the PopUp Tour, curated by John Bennette. I will be exhibiting in the Chandler Building, in downtown Zebulon, along with Ben Hillyer, of Mississippi. You can read more about Slow Exposures 2018, and the PopUp Exhibits, here.
So join us in Zebulon, Georgia for a wonderful 'four slow days,' September 20-23, and I hope to see you there!
I am honored and so pleased to have been named a Photographer of Merit in the inaugural 2018 Denis Roussel Award. I am in very good company among an amazing group of photographers and print-makers. A big thank you to Rfotofolio, and to juror, Jill Enfield. You can read more about Denis, a family man, and an amazing photographer and educator himself, and this Award that continues his legacy, here.
I am thrilled to be showing several of my images from 'The Old Garden' series, printed in tricolor gum/cyanotype, at the GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art, located in Greensboro, NC, in the upcoming exhibit 'Analog.' This exhibition features the works of eight NC photographers who specialize in traditional, analog, and alternative process photography. The opening reception is August 3, from 6-8:30 pm, and the exhibit runs through November 4, 2018. Artists include Signe Ballew; Diana H. Bloomfield; Courtney Johnson; Michael Keaveney ; Holden Richards; Dale Rio; elin o'Hara slavick; and Joshua White. A big big thank you to Elizabeth Harry of the GreenHill Center for curating 'Analog' and for the invitation!
I hope to see you at the opening on August 3, and you can read more about Analog in the press release here.