Saturday, February 28, 2009
You can view a slideshow of my picks from this blog post or go directly to the show by clicking here. Congrats all and thanks everyone for entering your work!
Artists included: Nan Brown, Pelle Cass, Livia Corona, Steve Davis, Angela Buenning Filo, Andy Freeberg, Laura Heyman, Jesus Jimenez, Adam Lampton, Alison Malone, Rania Matar, Eric Percher, Cara Phillips, Alexis Pike, Ellen Rennard, Suzanne Revy, Christina Seely, Dustin Shum, Charlie Simokaitis, Rebecca Sittler, Aline Smithson, Will Steacy, Barry Stone, Lex Thompson, and Daniel Traub.
Image: Dustin Shum, Chengan, 2006 長安，2006, from the series "it isnae disney!"
Monday, February 16, 2009
I came across this image of the end of a rainbow by Jason Erdkam via About.com's Art History blogger. Apparently, it IS possible to experience and capture such an event. Some folks have even stated that they have stood INSIDE the end of a rainbow. How cool is that? Lucky ducks!
Click here or above to see more end of the rainbow images.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Friday, February 6, 2009
Seriously photo folks, don't let this one pass you by! It takes but a second to burn 10 images to a cd and gather your materials! If you join online and don't have a card, don't worry, just make a note of it, we check everyone. Run, don't walk to the post office. (Not that I am encouraging procrastination, but you can find the branch that is open til the wee hours online for that coveted postmark).
The juror this year is Russel Hart, Executive Editor at American Photo magazine and Editor of American Photo On Campus. This year, he will be on the jury of AP's "Emerging Artist" and "Student Portfolio" showcases.
Not only that, but all of us jurors are a part of a secret society (just kidding), but understand that we do talk to each other and recommend artists to each other. Who knows what this might lead to? Not only that, but gathering up a handful of juried show wins at places like the PRC and its other kindred spirits speaks volumes on your resume. A good investment, to be sure.
ABOVE: An installation shot from EXPOSURE 2008