A variety of images produced with a $25 plastic camera, the Hoga, is on display at downtown Burlington's beloved eatery through December, 2015.
A selection of black-and-white photographs form the streets of Havana will be exhibited at Burlington, Vermont's Art Space 106. All of the images were produced in the darkroom with the lith printing process--which yields one-of-a-kind grainy, warm-toned prints.
The Opening Reception will be on Friday, September 4th, from 6-8pm and the exhibition will run through January, 2016.
32 Photographs, new and old, are exhibited, along with work by assemblage artist Jason Boyd and cork art creator Matt Gang, curated by S.E.A.B.A.
Reception is Friday, April 3rd, from 5-8pm. Light fare and live music!Read More
Village Wine and Coffee, Shelburne, Vt.
November 7th - December 5th
Reception: Friday, November 14th, 6-8pm
A variety of signed silver gelatin photographs produced with a $25, plastic, low-tech camera--the Holga, shot over the past 8 years and assembled for the first time. Each framed image is priced at $90.
Join me for the reception--which coincides with the weekly "Wine Bar". I will provide light fare.
"Impressions" Exhibition closes on July 27th, not July 20th.
This body of work explores the impressions made by humankind. Taking a lead from a quote by Virgili Barbarà used by Fran Bull to describe her series Barcelona!, “All of life is etching,” each artist uses markings and striations in unexpected ways to express the impact, delicacy, and uniqueness of our existence. The ridge patterns of our fingers, the markings of language, the trail on the landscape and the imprint of human movement is encapsulated like fossils by this visually stunning body of work.