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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Gary Beeber | Sears | $650, unframed $500

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  Solo exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery NYC and “Personalities” (summer, 2017) at Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA.  Beeber’s work has also been included in juried exhibitions throughout the country.  Among Fortune 500 companies who collect his work are Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Goldman Sachs and Chase Bank.

Gary Beeber | Abandoned Jaguar | $650, unframed $500

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  Solo exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery NYC and “Personalities” (summer, 2017) at Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA.  Beeber’s work has also been included in juried exhibitions throughout the country.  Among Fortune 500 companies who collect his work are Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Goldman Sachs and Chase Bank.

Frederick A. Shimer | Through the Haze | $385, unframed $75

I am an artist with a passion for new ideas.  I have a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in Photography from the University of North Florida, and I spent 10 years as an Art Educator at Fleming Island High School in Fleming Island, Florida (a suburb of Jacksonville, FL.) My educational experience has allowed an exploration of various media, from both sides, student and teacher. I will always continue to be both. Currently, I am working on my photography and building a retreat center for the arts and environmental sustainability in Green Mountain, NC.

Richard R. Schramm | Family Plot, Hoke County, NC | $450, unframed $25

Richard R. Schramm has been taking pictures for over forty years, but until his retirement in 2016, after three decades of directing the education programs of the National Humanities Center,  he was unable to devote sustained attention to photography.  Now with the help of courses at Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies he is using his camera to explore Southern culture with special attention to its ironies and the ways in which the past manifests itself in the present.  His work has appeared in The Oxford American; the Frank Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, and has been selected for inclusion in the South Carolina Picture Project.

Michael Marshall | Mountaineer Power | $500, unframed $400

Michael Marshall is the founding director of the Social Ecology Studio, a collaborative research lab with a mission of engaging issues of sustainability and resiliency through the arts, often in collaboration with other disciplines and the community. For the past twenty years his personal work has explored the intersections of science and the left brained sensibility of intuition and emotion, a mirror of his undergraduate degrees in Physics and Studio Art. His recent studio work engages environmental issues and their intersections with place, economics and social dynamics. He serves as the Associate Director of Curriculum and a Professor of Studio Arts at the University of Georgia.

Jacques Garnier | Untitled #36 | $650, unframed f$450

Jacques Garnier was born in Los Angeles, California in 1948 and earned a Master’s Degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1971.

Garnier’s work has been shown and collected in museums, academic institutions, and galleries in the United States, Europe and China. Garnier’s major bodies of work explore the space between the world and the individual, an often detached and disconnected area. His photographic observations reflect the isolation felt by many in a world changing at an exponential rate, where technology tugs at the edges of humanity.

 

Over the past decades, Garnier has concentrated on imagery of urban redistribution in the American landscape, vestiges of populations gone and all–too-quickly-forgotten. While photographing their remains as part archaeology, part documentation and part voyeurism a reconstructive history begins to unfold and as R.D. Laing reminds us: “We live in a moment of history where change is so speeded up that we begin to see the present only when it is already disappearing.” In 2006, Garnier was one of six artists who transformed an F-18 jet hanger into the world’s largest camera to make the World’s Largest Photograph, a huge transitional statement marking the end of 168 years of traditional film-based photography and the commencement of the digital dominance. Of late, Garnier’s work has become more abstract emphasizing a peeling away of the layers of complexity in our lives with an effort to simplify the chaos that often surrounds us.

Garnier continues to explore these disappearing landscapes and man’s relationship to his environment. This theme is emphasized in his work as president of The LegacyProject(a 15 year documentary project of shuttered military bases also producing the World’s Largest Photograph), in “Second Chances”(an exploration of land use and migration in the Mojave Desert) and in “Non-Places”and “Made/Unmade”(divergent looks at man’s disconnection from the people and places in our modern society), “Revival” (an observation on man’s struggles to live with Nature), “LA Icons” (a nostalgic view of Los Angeles unique architecture, “re[VOIR]”a black & white series utilizing negative space in an effort to encourage contemplation and introspection and most recently “A Deconstructed Odyssey”  a series of abstracted and stripped down images encouraging a new way of seeing.

Garnier’s award-winning work is featured in the permanent collection of many museums including LACMA, the Southeast Museum of Photography, and Laguna Art Museum. He has participated in over 150 exhibitions including the Smithsonian, PhotoNola and the Chinese Academy of Fine Art in Beijing.

Jacques Garnier’s books include:  A Deconstructed Odyssey 2017, Revival2015, SecondChances2013, The Great Picture: Making the World’s Largest Photograph 2011, On The Beach2006, The Edge of Air  2005

Parker Stewart | Two Rocks, Death Valley | $500, unframed $250

Parker Stewart is a Savannah, Georgia based photographer.  He received a B.F.A. in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design.  His work focuses on the notion of place and he uses photography as a tool to observe and record these scenes which move him the most.  Currently Parker is working solely as a freelance photographer and fine art printer in Savannah.

Parker Stewart | Big Dipper Road | $500, unframed $250

Parker Stewart is a Savannah, Georgia based photographer.  He received a B.F.A. in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design.  His work focuses on the notion of place and he uses photography as a tool to observe and record these scenes which move him the most.  Currently Parker is working solely as a freelance photographer and fine art printer in Savannah.