Ernesto Solano |Untitled (Eden) 2018 | $500

Ernesto Solana (B. Guadalajara, 1985) is a Mexican artist based between in Savannah, GA and Guadalajara, MX. He works in different mediums like photography and installation. His artistic practice is parallel to his research and explorative trips around the suburban belts of many cities in the US, Mexico, Northern Africa and the Netherlands. In his images, Solana captures the consequences of urbanization, colonialism, the capacity of political abandonment and the narrative qualities that decadent objects within these environments have. Solana recently presented his solo show Taxon Drift in Non-fiction Gallery, Savannah, GA, and has been part of groups show like As to Be Inaudible at C/O Berlin, Berlin, Germany curated by Jörg Colberg; Salon ACME, in Mexico City, and Indocumentados in Guadalajara. He recently published his book titled Systema Artificialis where he explores the consequences of the “Anthropocene” and the new forms of relationship between the notions of humanity and nature. Solana studied at ICP in New York and got his International Limited-Residency MFA in Photography on 2018 at the University of Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut.

Matthew Hojnacki | Textile Mill Window | $450

Born and raised in Chicago, IL Matt was successfully transplanted to the Atlanta area in 1995.

Retiring in 2000, he has earnestly pursued his love of the art and craft of photography.

Striving to improve his work, he has attended several workshops of photographers such as Kim Weston, Randy Efros and Jay Dusard.

He still loves the traditional “analogue” darkroom but has learned to combine the best of both worlds using digital tools as well.

His work has been shown in several juried exhibits.  He was part of a three-person show presented by the Arizona State University Libraries in Phoenix.

Elizabeth Galecki | Giving Tree | $390, unframed $150

Elizabeth Galecke found her way to Raleigh, North Carolina 24 years ago
after living in Milwaukee, Dallas, and Austin. She moved to start her
portrait business after graduating college with a Bachelor of Arts in
Photo Communications. She has exhibited her fine art photographs in
galleries around the Southeast. Her current project,Eyes Wide Open, is a
series of photographs she has taken in North Carolina over the last few
years. She has been exploring her everyday surroundings and challenging
herself to see them in new ways- slowing down, paying more attention to
how light, shadow, changing weather and human invention can dramatically
alter the way things appear

Jerry Park | 7 Trees | $350

A Southerner, born and raised, Jerry is a writer and photographer whose work demonstrates emphatically how deeply his roots have been imprinted upon his soul.  Educated at Wofford College and UNC at Chapel Hill, Jerry built careers at Xerox, in the Christian music world, and in book and Bible publishing, finishing each in executive positions.  His photography is exhibited in Nashville at The Arts Company.   His work is collected by several commercial clients and has been published in books, magazines, and newspapers.  Jerry published his first book, Slow Roads Tennessee, in October, 2015.  It became a best seller across the state during that fall.  Jerry’s second book, A Tennessee Portrait, was released in October, 2018.  He can be contacted through his website, jerryparkphotography.com, or directly at jerryppark@comcast.net.

Eddie Lanieri | Woman and Snake | $1000

Originally from Long Island, Eddie Lanieri, grew up in an Italian-American family and community, and spent several years living in Italy. This experience of an American cultural dualityis the root of her work. Focusing on themes of memory, identity, and the exploration of how place can be nexus on these narratives, she is interested in exploring the spaces of tension and fluidity found in-between these converging ideas.Living in Louisiana for over a decade has also provided a further filter on her image making; in particular, the cultural heritage of expressing dichotomies that can be found in New Orleans. Eddie is a Salzburg Global Seminar Fellow and is the educational board chair for the New Orleans Photo Alliance. Complex Magazine named her one of the top 20 artists from New Orleans that you should know, and recently British Airways working with New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, named her one of the 6 artists you have to see when visiting New Orleans. Her work has been exhibited internationally and nationally including shows at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, The Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans, Lucie Foundation, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Goldsmith College, and Kinsey Institute. Her work is held in both private and public collections and has been supported by funding from the Mellon Foundation and Louisiana State Division of the Arts. She holds a graduate degree in photography from Florida State University and an undergraduate degree in Anthropology with an emphasis in bio archaeology from Arizona State University. She has called New Orleans home since 2007, where she has been teaching photography at Xavier University of Louisiana since 2011. When she is not making art she spends her free time at the barn or the in show ring riding and jumping horses.

Eddie Lanieri | Family Gathering | $1000

Originally from Long Island, Eddie Lanieri, grew up in an Italian-American family and community, and spent several years living in Italy. This experience of an American cultural dualityis the root of her work. Focusing on themes of memory, identity, and the exploration of how place can be nexus on these narratives, she is interested in exploring the spaces of tension and fluidity found in-between these converging ideas.Living in Louisiana for over a decade has also provided a further filter on her image making; in particular, the cultural heritage of expressing dichotomies that can be found in New Orleans. Eddie is a Salzburg Global Seminar Fellow and is the educational board chair for the New Orleans Photo Alliance. Complex Magazine named her one of the top 20 artists from New Orleans that you should know, and recently British Airways working with New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, named her one of the 6 artists you have to see when visiting New Orleans. Her work has been exhibited internationally and nationally including shows at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, The Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans, Lucie Foundation, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Goldsmith College, and Kinsey Institute. Her work is held in both private and public collections and has been supported by funding from the Mellon Foundation and Louisiana State Division of the Arts. She holds a graduate degree in photography from Florida State University and an undergraduate degree in Anthropology with an emphasis in bio archaeology from Arizona State University. She has called New Orleans home since 2007, where she has been teaching photography at Xavier University of Louisiana since 2011. When she is not making art she spends her free time at the barn or the in show ring riding and jumping horses.

Chris Mortenson | Great Northern Transmission Line | $500, unframed $350

Chris Mortenson is an artist and professor living in Moorhead, MN. Originally from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, he earned an MFA from the University of Iowa in 2010 and he is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Concordia College. His work has shown both nationally and internationally and his most recent body of work about the Iron Range in Minnesota, Tumulus, will be shown in an upcoming solo exhibition at the Rourke Art Museum in Moorhead in September.

Diane Kirkland | Altamaha River | $550, unframed 16×16 print $300

Diane Kirkland is the former marketing photographer for the State of Georgia and was      the exclusive photographer for “Oglethorpe’s Dream: A Picture of Georgia” and “Democracy Restored, A History of the Georgia State Capitol“, both published by the University of Georgia Press.  Her photographs have received numerous awards and are in permanent collections throughout the country.   www.dianekirklandphoto.com

Nikki Klepper | Pillars in Memorium | $250, unframed $150

Nicki Klepper (b. 1991) is an artist whose work broadly focuses on themes about place, loss, and memory. In her most recent (and on-going) body of work, Lazaretto, she explores these themes in relation to the complex history of the southern landscape. Originally from New Jersey, Nicki has spent her time between the Garden State and Montauk, Long Island. She received her BFA in Studio Art from Alfred University in 2013. She is currently located in Savannah, Georgia while she completes her MFA in Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

 

Clay Fisher | Abandoned Strip Mall | $375, unframed $185

Clay enjoys photographing a variety of subjects including people, nature, architecture, landscapes, rural areas, and other themes. His favorite form of photography is nature and travel, which has taken him to a number of U.S. National Parks, Georgia State Parks and National Forests. His body of work captures the diversity, complexity and reverence often overlooked by the human eye within these natural places.

 

His work has been exhibited at the GA. State Capitol, galleries, juried exhibitions, various businesses throughout Georgia & Tennessee and published in newspapers and magazines.

 

All of Clay’s work is printed on acid free, archival inkjet papers and available in a variety of sizes and finishes.  All custom framing includes Museum Glass with UV protection, acid-free mats and materials.

 

As a Georgia full-time resident for nearly 25 years, Clay lives in Atlanta.

 

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