Of Light and Line
Elizabeth Ellenwood’s series of black and white photographs on exhibit outside of Boston at the Danforth Art Museum explore light and line in a quiet, controlled, approachable manner.
We Were There
Sandy Carson’s photos explore the symbiotic relationship between rock concert fans, the bands, and the photographer at music festivals.
We all would agree that maybe we have spent more time staring at a computer screen than we should.
When I saw Aisha’s photographs, I was impressed by her slightly eccentric, stylized portraits.
The exhibition at Mount Ida College highlights photographers who possess the ability to translate personal vision into real world commissioned imagery.
Heads Will Roll
Max de Esteban utilizes both familiar and unfamiliar photographs to create his densely packed images. I especially admire is eclectic color palette.
Combat Zone Tintypes
These tintypes were taken in the Helmand River Province, Afghanistan, during Ed Drew’s deployment with his helicopter Combat Rescue Unit.
Daniel Duarte – That Which Remains
I first saw Daniel’s work when he was a student at Mount Ida College studying photography with Michael Donnor.
A Body of Work
We were impressed by Polly Penrose’s simple, beautifully constructed self-portraits.
Rick Ashley introduces Superman to Inges, Manet, Sargent, and Hopper.
A Question of Identity.