Tag Archives: exhibitions
Coaching Clients & Students Featured In Treasure Coast Creates Exhibition!
Congratulations to my creativity coaching clients and students Susan B. Hale, Jim Cohoe, Matt Erpenbeck and Gregory McIntosh for having their work accepted into the exhibition Treasure Coast Creates: A Tribute To Local Artists at the Vero Beach Museum of Art. Their … Continue reading
A. E. Backus Museum Exhibition Featuring Several Of My Photography Students
I’m excited to announce that several of my students have had their photographs accepted into the very competitive and prestigious annual juried photography exhibition Through the Eye of the Camera at the A E Backus Museum in Fort Pierce, FL. A huge congratulations go … Continue reading
Amazing Color Photography You’ve Never Seen… Until Now!
Check out this amazing color photography by Saul Lieter! He was one of the few photographers in his time to embrace color photography. I find his sensibility to be very modern. Photographs Copyright © Saul Leiter. All Rights Reserved. SAUL … Continue reading
Exciting News From Miami’s Wynwood Art District
Due to the succes of “iPhoneography: Updated Visual Dialogs” in the media and the great attendance and interest in this creative photography exhibition The Lunch Box Gallery has decided to extend the … Continue reading
Ralph Gibson @ the Palm Beach Photographic Center
©1983, Ralph Gibson Ralph Gibson’s images often incorporate fragments with erotic and mysterious undertones, building narrative meaning through contextualization and surreal juxtaposition. Gibson has maintained a lifelong fascination with books and book-making. Since the appearance in 1970 of THE SOMNAMBULIST, … Continue reading
MoMA exhibition OnLine http://moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2010/online/#introduction
Sometimes the best camera isn’t always the most technologically advanced.
Here’s a link to the 13th Annual Krappy Kamera competition winners at the Soho Photo Gallery in NYC: http://sohophoto.com/ Lots of Holga, Diana, Brownie photos for you to enjoy. WTF-OMG © T.R. Smith