Alison Smith | Still Life with Magnolia and Pearls | framed $750 | unframed $600

Alison A. Smith is a photographer who is interested in the built environment — particularly the suburban landscape — including domestic spaces and arranged still life. Using a hybrid workflow process, her photographs are captured using a 4×5 large format view camera and outputted digitally.

 

Alison earned an MFA in Studio Art – Photography with Distinction from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia in 2010. She earned a BFA in Studio Art – Photography with a minor in Women’s Studies from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio in 2006. Her work has been exhibited in national photography galleries, centers, university galleries and museums including most recently: Midwest Center for Photography – Wichita, KS, The Center for Fine Art Photography – Fort Collins, CO, The Hite Institute, Schneider Hall Galleries at the University of Louisville, and the Fort Wayne Museum of Art – Fort Wayne, IN.

 

Alison is currently serving as a senior lecturer and photography lab manager at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, in the Department of Cinema & Photography, College of Communication and Media Arts.

Celso Gonzalez-Falla | Mushroom in the Trail | framed $500 | unframed $300

 

Celso Gonzalez-Falla was born in Havana and came to the US as a political exile in 1961. He is a serious photograph collector as well as a photographer himself. He also is a published writer and his first novel My Lost Cuba was published in 2013, a translation La Cuba Que Perdimos was published in 2016.

 

He is a resident of Corpus Christi, Texas

Mitch Eckert | Hibiscus | $550

 

Mitch Eckert is an award-winning artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has been included in a variety of publications from textbooks to journals. After earning his B.F.A. in photography and sculpture from the Herron School of Art Mitch Eckert received an M.F.A from Ohio University where he focused on photography, printmaking and art history.  His photographic exploration is vast and varied.  His choice of camera’s range from using homemade pinhole cameras, Holga, Diana and view cameras as well as iPhone and professional grade DSLR’s.  His technical knowledge of photography is well rooted in photography’s rich historic processes including his masterful works in kallitype.  For Mitch the camera and process need to have a good marriage with concept and content.  His exploration in the genre of still life has been ongoing for the past 25 years while his more recent works made within formal and botanic gardens and natural history museums have captured his attention for the past 10 years.  His current project explores photography’s historic beginnings by examining produce containers through the art of the photogram.  His work is held in the collections of 21c Museum, Butler Institute of American Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Photographic Archives at the University of Louisville and Swope Museum of Art.  Mitch Eckert currently lives and works in Louisville Kentucky where he is an associate professor of art at the University of Louisville.

Mitch Eckert | Wisteria | $550

 

Mitch Eckert is an award-winning artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has been included in a variety of publications from textbooks to journals. After earning his B.F.A. in photography and sculpture from the Herron School of Art Mitch Eckert received an M.F.A from Ohio University where he focused on photography, printmaking and art history.  His photographic exploration is vast and varied.  His choice of camera’s range from using homemade pinhole cameras, Holga, Diana and view cameras as well as iPhone and professional grade DSLR’s.  His technical knowledge of photography is well rooted in photography’s rich historic processes including his masterful works in kallitype.  For Mitch the camera and process need to have a good marriage with concept and content.  His exploration in the genre of still life has been ongoing for the past 25 years while his more recent works made within formal and botanic gardens and natural history museums have captured his attention for the past 10 years.  His current project explores photography’s historic beginnings by examining produce containers through the art of the photogram.  His work is held in the collections of 21c Museum, Butler Institute of American Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Photographic Archives at the University of Louisville and Swope Museum of Art.  Mitch Eckert currently lives and works in Louisville Kentucky where he is an associate professor of art at the University of Louisville.

Aris Kamarotos | Staring Duck | $1000

Aris Kamarotos finished his studies in photography in 2002 at leica Academy.

Mostly film photographer,using 35mm,medium (6×6,6×9) and large format.
His interest is mostly in portraits and candid street photos.

Has collaborated with theaters,production companies and his work was promoted in various magazines and online portals.

Also collaborating with national greek opera.

His worked has been exhibited in many group exhibitions and has also done a single exhibition with the title ”India,a world of contrasts

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Marla Puziss | Aspen Grove | framed $300 | unframed $140

I am a self-taught photographer, beginning with my father’s hand-me-down camera and learning from looking at great photography, starting with my parents’ worn copy of The Family of Man.. My photography is tied to my love of travel and observing the places and people who live there –around the Southeast, New England, the West and abroad. I am drawn to the power of photography to open the viewer’s eyes to the essence of the world around us. My photos have appeared in South x Southeast, Lenscratch, LensWork online, the 2nd LaGrange Southeast Regional, Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition 2018 and other juried photography exhibits and galleries in this area. I moved to Atlanta in 1989 and work in the Clinical Laboratory at Grady Memorial Hospital. I live in Hapeville with my husband and cat.

Nancy Oliveri | Mackeral, 2018 | framed $1200 | unframed $1000

Nancy Oliveri is an American artist born in Providence Rhode Island,1958. She has exhibited her work extensively in juried group and solo shows in the US as well as internationally including Budapest, Berlin, Barcelona and Argentina. Her work has been acknowledged by the Julia Margaret Cameron and Pollux Award Competitions among others. Mackerel is from series of of photographic Still Lifes inspired by 16th Century Dutch and Flemish still life paintings, Memento Mori, and the tradition of Vanitas. She began this series following a year long project photographing wildlife and contamination in the Gowanus Canal, New York City where she has a home and studio.

Tracy Laulhere | Number 1033 | $300

Tracy Laulhere is a photographer based in Orange County, California, though she shoots throughout the state with many of her photography projects having roots in Humboldt County, California.  She adopts a documentarian style to capture themes of isolation and connection, contentment and restlessness, freedom and entrapment.  Her subjects are varied but lean toward young people and nature