Benita VanWinkle | Sands Theatre, Alamogordo, New Mexico |$200

Benita VanWinkle, is an Associate Professor of Art in the School of Art and Design at High Point University, in High Point, NC.  She lives just outside the city of Winston-Salem with her husband, two rescued dogs, and the neighbor’s horses and chickens just beyond her back fence.  She is a documentary photographer and at any given moment is given to distraction with yet another amazing project, but her current passion is working on a book of photos that record vintage movie theaters across the US.  Her website:  www.busybstudio.com showcases her photography, books and other award winning art.

Daniel Kariko | Storm Naquin in God’s Country, Pointe aux Chénes Road, Louisiana \ $300

Daniel Kariko is a North Carolina based artist, and an Associate Professor of Fine Art Photography in School of Arts and Design at East Carolina University, in Greenville, North Carolina. Kariko is currently serving as an Assistant Director of the ECU School of Art and Design, and the Coordinator for the Undergraduate Programs.

Kariko’s images investigate environmental and political aspects of landscape, use of land and cultural interpretation of inhabited space. He worked on several long-term photographic projects in his native Serbia, recording the aftermath of the war in Balkans. Since 1999 Kariko documented the endangered wetlands and dramatic changes in the landscape in Barataria- Terrebonne region of South Louisiana. His other projects include documentation of foreclosed housing in Florida during the 2008-09 real estate crisis, and scanning electron microscope portraits of locally found insects.

Kariko’s work has been shown nationally and internationally in galleries and museums, as: Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groeningen, The Netherlands; Yixian International Photography Festival, Huangshan City, China; Manchester Science Festival, UK; Rewak Gallery, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates; Edinburgh International Science Festival, UK; Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia; Rijeka Foto Festival, Croatia; Fries Museum, The Netherlands; Festival della Scienza di Verona, Italy; Photon Gallery, Vienna, Austria; Royal Albert Hall, London, UK; ArtCell Gallery, Cambridge, UK; and Galata Museo del Mare, Genova, Italy; Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL; and The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque, NM.

Kariko’s work was featured in a number of online and printed publications, including: Nature, Art Papers, CNN Photos, National Geographic Proof, PetaPixel, Wired, Design Observer, and Discover Magazine.

Kariko received his Bachelor of Arts degree at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana and his Masters of Fine Arts from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona in studio arts with a concentration in photography.

Chad Schneider | Rest | Archival Inkjet Print | 24×18 Framed |2019 | $500

Chad Schneider is a photographer, filmmaker and day-job-haver currently based in Minneapolis, MN. His photography has been exhibited in several galleries across the U.S. and has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Riverfront Times and Shots Magazine among others. His short films have screened at film festivals around the world and he’s written some screenplays that people have liked.

Chad Schneider | Lines | Archival Inkjet Print | 24×18 Framed, 2018 | $500

Chad Schneider is a photographer, filmmaker and day-job-haver currently based in Minneapolis, MN. His photography has been exhibited in several galleries across the U.S. and has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Riverfront Times and Shots Magazine among others. His short films have screened at film festivals around the world and he’s written some screenplays that people have liked.

Meryl Truett | Car on Sticks | 15×15 | $200 8/17, signed on verso

Meryl Truett is a fine art photographer and mixed media artist.  She graduated in 2003 with a Master of Fine Arts Degree in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design with additional art training in France.  She has received numerous awards including an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Tennessee Arts Commission.

Among the many publications featuring her work are:  Home: Miami, Art Papers, Darkroom Magazine, Petersen’s Photographic, Camera Austria, The Vanderbilt Review, SCAD Alumni Magazine, deep, Skirt! and The South Magazine.  Published books include Thump Queen and Other Southern Anomalies, an anthology of fine art photographs depicting the quirkier side of southern living.

Her photographs are collected by the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Georgia and Telfair Museum of Art-Jepson Art Center in Savannah.  Her clients include Polygram Records, Sony Music, and the Ingram Group. Private collectors include Troutman Sanders, Attorneys-at-Law; King and Spalding, LLP; Rosanne Cash; Chet Atkins; Andre 3000; Vanderbilt University; BellSouth Corporation; Savannah College of Art and Design, and the University of South Carolina

She is a professor of photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Annette LeMay Burke | Fauxliage, Bison Sign, Carr, CO | $500, unframed $400

Annette LeMay Burke (b. 1964) is a photographic artist and Northern California native who lives in the heart of Silicon Valley. Numerous family road trips throughout California and the West honed her eye for observing the landscape. By eight years old, she had her own Instamatic camera and graduated to a Minolta X-700 as a teen. While earning a BA in Earth Science from the University of California at Berkeley, she took her first darkroom class. After a career in high-tech, and studying design, Annette has now merged her interests. Her artistic practice focuses on how we interact with the natural world and the landscapes constructed by the artifacts of technology.

Annette’s first book, Fauxliage (Daylight Books, Spring 2021), documents the proliferation of disguised cell phone towers in the American West and how new technologies are modifying our landscapes with idiosyncratic results. Her work has been exhibited at institutions such as Center for Photographic Arts, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Griffin Museum of Photography, Texas Photographic Society, The Center for Fine Art Photography, and Photographic Center Northwest. In 2017, she was a finalist for Photolucida’s Critical Mass.