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What Will You Remember? Review of Passing Through, Griffin Museum of Photography
REVIEW of Passing Through by What Will You Remember?
Current Exhibit! Passing Through, Griffin Museum of Photography, July 7-September 4, 2022 Reception is Sunday, July 10, 4-6pm
Please join me on Sunday, July 10th, 4-6 pm at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA for a reception of Passing Through, my series of paired photographs about connections of light and color; inside and outside: concrete and abstract. Thank you Paula Tognarelli and Crista Dix for this wonderful opportunity to show eleven pieces in such an inviting space.
Stitches in Time, Rhode Island Center for Photography, Providence, RI February 17-March 11, 2022
I'm thrilled to be part of a five woman show, Stitches in Time, curated by my wonderful mentor Emily Belz, Stitches in Time features five artists, Becky Behar, Coco McCabe, Michelle Peterson, Gail Samuelson, and Erin Sweeney. Emily writes about the artists, Thank you RICPA Gallery Director David DeMelim for making the great opportunity. Exhibition is from February 17 through March 11, 2022 with an opening reception on Thursday the 17th..
Thank you Michael Rose for the wonderful review in Go Local Providence!
Review of Stitches in Time by Michael Rose
Lenscratch! February 24, 2022
I am over the moon to be featured on Lenscratch! Thank you Michael Honnegger for your beautiful introduction and making me sound good! And Aline Smithson, thank you for your amazing workshop and instruction at Maine Media Workshops in late 2019 in gorgeous Rockport, Maine where we all met and I was just starting this series.
Passage at Cassilhaus, October 10-December 31, 2021
I can't say enough about the amazing experience of showing photographs from my Passing Through and Light House series alongside KZ Zusman's black and white portraits in Passage, curated by Frank Konhaus at Cassilhaus in Chapel Hill, NC. Frank found the two of us via A Yellow Rose Project, a collaborative project created by Frances Jakubek and Meg Griffiths commemorating the 100 year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th ammendment. Thank you Frank Konhaus and Ellen Cassily for this wonderful opportunity and for your friendship.
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Aspect Initiative at the Danforth Museum, March 26-June 5, 2022
5 Years of Aspect Initiative at the Danforth Museum, March 26th- June 5th, 2022 In 2016 artist Steven Duede created the online platform Aspect Initiative to showcase contemporary (primarily) New England photography. This exhibit brings the artwork from the screen to actual objects on the walls of the Danforth Museum, celebrating our regional community of artists and recent work. Opening reception:Saturday March 26th, 6-8PM https://danforth.framingham.edu/see-art/ https://www.aspectinitiative.com/ Thank you Steven Duede and Jessica Roscio!, director of the Danforth Museum.
A New Leaf, Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, Providence, RI May 20-June 11, 2021
I am thrilled to be juried into A New Leaf at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts by Suzanne Revy and Elin Spring who together created the online platform What Will You Remember, "dedicated to presenting engaging contemporary photography views, reviews and interviews" post reviews on their online platform, I was also delighted to receive second prize for my diptych Big Pink. Thank you David DeMelim, director of RICPA, whose beautiful gallery space was the perfect venue for this exhibit.
A Yellow Rose Project, launched August 18, 2020
A Yellow Rose Project, created by Frances Jakubek and Meg Griffiths, is "a photographic collaboration of responses, reflections, and reactions to the 19th ammendment from over one hundred women across the United States." I am deeply honored to have my photographs included in this project along with so many talented and supportive women artists. Thank you Frances and Meg for your vision and all your hard work that brought us together here.