Join the many in helping conserve land in the Essex Country area of Massachusetts
26th Annual Benefit: Public Reception June 12 from 6 – 8:30 pm.
Art Exhibition and Sale: Fine Art Painting / Pottery / Jewelry / Sculpture / Photography / More
Art in the Barn
Cox Reservation 82 Eastern Ave/Rt. 133, Essex MA
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 – Sunday, August 23, 2015
The Auburn Avenue Research Library, in collaboration with the Hammonds House Museum, will host Collier Heights: A Photographic Exhibit. Taken by photographer Lydia A. Harris, this stunning exhibit and art book documents the Collier Heights community located in Northwest Atlanta, Georgia. As the photographs explore mid-century modern architecture, the intimacy of the artist’s experience unfolds, as intricate interiors are revealed. Taken between 2010 and 2014, the photographs pay tribute to a community that served as the cultural and economic cornerstone of Atlanta’s black middleclass and was instrumental to the regional Civil Rights Movement. Lydia A. Harris will facilitate an Artist’s Talk on Saturday, June 6, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
This exhibit will be on display in the AARL Satellite Gallery @ Hammonds House Museum located at 503 Peeples St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310.
“Mid Century Post Modern“ wins the Newburyport Development Award for work in Photography.
at the Newburyport Art Association‘s 18th Annual Regional Juried Show.
The show will be up from May 1st until June 6th.
65 Water Street, Newburyport, MA 01950
The photograph represents mid-century, middle class and [post]-modern in its true form: decay, decline, demise. It has intellectual strength, socially emotion-provoking scene, undertones and camera focal placement to make it a new art form in camera and video photography. – Kaveh Mojtabai, Founder and Publisher of Artscope Magazine
To order click here.
Collier Heights, an artist book, documents a neighborhood northwest of Atlanta, GA. As the photographs explore elaborate mid-century modern architecture, the intimacy of the author’s experience in working in the neighborhood unfolds as intricate interiors are revealed. Being faced with opposition as an outsider, connections to the residents were difficult to gain and once received, worth the effort. Taken between 2010 and 2014, the photographs pay tribute to a community that was productive in the economy of Atlanta and instrumental in the Civil Rights movement.
For more information and sample spreads, click here.
2015 Winter Members Juried Show, Part II
Feb 6-28, 2015
Juror: Peter Alpers, Alpers Gallery, Andover, Ma
Media: Acrylic, Fine Crafts, Mixed Media, Pastel, and Photography
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11a.m. – 5p.m. and Sunday, 1-5p.m
17th ANNUAL POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE
Postcards From The Edge is an exhibition and benefit sale of over 1,400 original, postcard-sized works of art by internationally renowned and emerging artists. It is the most exciting and affordable way to add to your art collection.
- PREVIEW PARTY
- Friday January 30, 2015
Sneak peek – Participating artists free, all others $50
- BENEFIT SALE
- Saturday January 31, 2015 from 10am – 6pm
$85 each. Buy 4 & get the 5th as our THANK YOU
- Sunday February 1, 2015 from 12pm to 4pm
$85 each. Buy 2 & get the 3rd as our THANK YOU
All artwork is only $85 each! What’s the catch? Each piece is exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased. Whether you walk away with a piece by a famous artist, or someone making their debut, you are sure to find something you love!
Often focused on relationships that seem incongruous with who we think we are, these collaged images give me hope for future friends.
See more cards here.
Recycling frames and mats and using birch bark found on the forest floor, I have incorporated old and new.
Image: 6″ x 9″
Framed: 11″ x 14″
Check out the rest of them here:
I’ve been having fun with Collage.
Check it out.
If you are interested, choose a card and I’ll send it to you.
Write a story on the back and send it back to me and I will upload it in the gallery.