TEXAS PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
A listing of photographic news from our members.
John Sevigny [Chicago, IL] has started an online portfolio of his photographs. You can also check out his blog, The Gone City, here.
Kenny Braun's [Austin] photograph was selected for the May 2013 cover of Texas Monthly: The Hidden Coast. The scene was shot with 3 different cameras: A Canon 5DMKII, a film based Hasselblad and a Holga loaded with Kodak Portra 400VC. The Holga made the final edit.
Adrienne Defendi [Palo Alto, CA] has an image in the 6th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show at RayKo Photo Gallery in San Francisco, CA. She also had images featured in the Krappy Kamera XV: International Juried Competition at SOHO Photo Gallery in NYC and in the Gallery Artisits Exhibit: A Selection of Favorites at PHOTO Gallery in Oakland, CA.
Bill Vaccaro's [Chicago, IL] series The Things She Left Behind has recently been featured on the Plates to Pixels website. A photograph from his Maybe from The Things She Left Behind series was chosen by juror Christopher James to be part of an exhibition entitled Another Way of Seeing. His Hell Is Real from the Jesus Is On The Mainline series was also published in the December 19, 2012 double issue of The Economist magazine for their special feature on Hell.
Lori Ann Scott [Spicewood] is currently featured online in Cowboy Poetry Magazine.
NPR published an online article about Frank Hamrick's [Ruston, LA] photography and handmade books as part of a week long focus on southern photographers.
George Gati [Poughquaq, NY] was recently accepted into several exhibits: 2nd prize at the 2012 National Open All Media show at the Petersburg Regional Art Center, Petersburg, VA, Honorable Mention at the Structure show at A Smith Gallery, Johnson City, TX and the People's Choice Award at the Monochromati show, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Jct., VT. Other Acceptances: Water Vermont Photography Workplace, Middlebury, VT, Terrain Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VA, Trees Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT, 2012 Open (Photography and Printmaking) Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA, All-media Open Flood Gallery, Asheville, NC and Red Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT.
Michael DeYoung [Taos, NM] is featured in the January/February 2013 issue of Outdoor Photographer magazine.
David Keenan [Austin] has launched a new Facebook group entitled: Photography That Doesn't Suck.
Jeffrey Glasser [South Miami, FL] has had images and photographs exhibited in the following:
2011 - Photo Place Gallery exhibition The Nature of Trees,
Feb. 2012 - photograph published on the Hasselblad website in the Around The World section,
July 2012 - portfolio featured on the Ilford website in the Fine Arts section.
He also had a photograph accepted and published in the Black and White Magazine Single Image 2013 edition and in April 2013, he will have a one person exhibition at the Garden's Gallery at the Village of Pincrest, Florida, Miami with the opening reception on Wednesday April 10th.
Linda Hirsch [Wayland, MA] had her most recent (3rd live) Radio Sefarad interview.
It is my pleasure to share with you that a portfolio of A Girl and Her Room by Rania Matar [Brookline, MA] was recently featured in M Le Magazine du Monde with an accompanying text by Emilie Grangeray.
Charles Corda [Coconut Grove, FL] just got 26 Nominations and one Honorable Mention in the International Color Awards tonight. He was nominated in Abstract, Americana, Architecture, Fine Art, Nature, People, Photojournalism, Portraits, and Still Life.
Linda Morrow [Long Beach, CA] had her handmade artist books, a trilogy entitled Luminous Bloom, featured in Lenscratch on Dec. 19, 2012; she had work in a show called The Next: Emerging LA Artists at the Perfect Exposure Gallery in Los Angeles; her image Calla #101 was selected for TPS 21: The International Competition; she had work published in B/W Magazine, portfolio contest, August 2012; her artist book, POPPY, was selected in a juried competition by Photo Book Works to be exhibited at Abecedarian Gallery in Denver, CO, February and March, 2013.
Lydia Panas [Kutztown, PA] gave a Photographer's Lecture Series in NYC on January 30, 2013 at IPC.
Lee Saloutos [Richmond, VA] will have a portfolio of images and an interview in issue 118 of SHOTS magazine, which will be their annual portfolio issue. The work is from his ongoing project Abandoned Prisons. He will have a portfolio of images in the upcoming Portfolio Showcase Volume 6 from the Center For Fine Art Photography. This work is also from his ongoing project Abandoned Prisons. The Churchill Arts Council will present an exhibit titled Nevada Mines: Small Spaces in Fallon, NV. The exhibit will be up from the end of March through the end of July 2013, and there will be an opening reception on April 13. This work is from his ongoing project documenting abandoned mine structures and sites in Nevada.
Charles Rawlings [Winston-Salem, NC] recently won the photography section of The London Book Festival for his book Living Shells.
Member Norma Woodward [Fredericksburg VA] has recently been accepted into several exhibitions:
In Transit juried show at the Kiernan Gallery in Lexington VA. Rail Yard was accepted to hang in the gallery and Far Away Destination for on-line gallery in the same show. Portal juried show at Amanda Smith Gallery, Johnson City, TX. Color portrait competition at the Jackson Photographic Society, Jackson, Mississippi. Sam won first place. Photography by Design juried show at Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction VT. It's Small national juried competition at Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts, Fredericksburg VA. Red juried competition at Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction VT.
A solo show by Susan Burnstine [Los Angeles, CA]: Absence of Being, was recently at the Cordon Potts Gallery in San Francisco, CA.
The Royal Photographic Society awarded Russ Young [Floyd, VA] the Distinction of Fellow for his research on the interface of turn of the century (1900) optics and their influence on photographic aesthetics. The Society was founded in 1853 to promote the Art and Science of photography and has over 10,000 members around the world.
Len Speier [New York, NY] made the cover of the Exhibition Catalog at the Kiernan Gallery of Lexington, VA on the theme, Encore: Looking at Music - a 1977 shot of famed drummer, Roy Haynes during a recording session for Bee Hive Records. Len was in the Photographer's Spotlight by TBM Photography. TBM interviews various fellow photographers and learning more about what motivates them, what their goals are and what direction they wish to take with their art.
Jessica Somers [Bristol, CT] has recently been in several exhibitions: Visual Texts, The Jewett Gallery of Art, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, curated by Ben Sloat; Four Perspectives-The Human Experience, Tools, New Britain, CT, curated by Craig Frederick; Alternative Processes, Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO; AIB MFA in Photography Exhibition, Panopticon Gallery, Boston, MA, curated by Jason Landry MFA in Photography Inaugural Exhibition, University Hall at Lesley University, Boston, MA; Illusion and Chemistry: The Alternative Process, The Kiernan Gallery, Lexington,VA.
Updated: May 09, 2013
Virginia Catherine Fairchild
New York City
Susan de Witt
Bainbridge Island, WA