Sad Bride 4, 2019 | Gary Beeber | Archival Pigment Print | $550 framed, $450 unframed

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  His films have screened at over 75 film festivals.  Solo (photography) exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery (NYC), the Griffin Museum of Photography (2017), and Rhode Island Center for Photography (2020).  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.

Sad Bride 3, 2019 | Gary Beeber | Archival Pigment Print | $550 framed, $450 unframed

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  His films have screened at over 75 film festivals.  Solo (photography) exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery (NYC), the Griffin Museum of Photography (2017), and Rhode Island Center for Photography (2020).  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.

Sad Bride 1, 2019 | Gary Beeber | Archival Pigment Print | $550 framed, $450 unframed

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  His films have screened at over 75 film festivals.  Solo (photography) exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery (NYC), the Griffin Museum of Photography (2017), and Rhode Island Center for Photography (2020).  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.

Magic Hedge | Marty Bohn | $85

“Marty”, a resident of the Miller Beach section of Gary, IN, loves the beauty of the local environment. In all seasons of the year, one sees Marty with her camera hiking in the Indiana dunes.  She aims to capture the uniqueness of the interplay of light with wildlife and landscape.  She has exhibited her photography locally and nationally in Lubbock TX, Chicago, IL, Evanston IL and Santa Fe, NM. and has received numerous awards for her photos.   She is self-taught, having begun photography at the age of 10. She is a founding member of the Miller Beach Arts and Creative District. Marty is Professor Emerita of Northwestern University. Before retiring, she was Director of the Neurobiology Program at Lurie Children’s Memorial Research Center and managed a research program focused on developing new gene therapies for Parkinson’s disease. She now spends most of her time on photography, gardening and traveling. She has enjoyed photography in over 80 countries and all 7 continents.

 

 

Dune Path | Marty Bohn | $85

“Marty”, a resident of the Miller Beach section of Gary, IN, loves the beauty of the local environment. In all seasons of the year, one sees Marty with her camera hiking in the Indiana dunes.  She aims to capture the uniqueness of the interplay of light with wildlife and landscape.  She has exhibited her photography locally and nationally in Lubbock TX, Chicago, IL, Evanston IL and Santa Fe, NM. and has received numerous awards for her photos.   She is self-taught, having begun photography at the age of 10. She is a founding member of the Miller Beach Arts and Creative District. Marty is Professor Emerita of Northwestern University. Before retiring, she was Director of the Neurobiology Program at Lurie Children’s Memorial Research Center and managed a research program focused on developing new gene therapies for Parkinson’s disease. She now spends most of her time on photography, gardening and traveling. She has enjoyed photography in over 80 countries and all 7 continents.

 

 

Nathalie de la Borde at 15, 1789, after Paiou | Carson Barnes | $200 framed, $175 unframed

I’ve been making photographs, prints, and combining techniques for more than four decades, and painting since childhood.  Under Fritz Janschka at Bryn Mawr and Haverford and with Chris Johnson at California College of the Arts, I hold a BA in fine arts and an MFA.  My work is in private collections in many of the United States, as well as private collections in several European countries, and one museum permanent collection.

 

Long ago, I worked with a few creative models, making photosilkscreen prints with their images and exhibited in about 35 shows in the 1980s and 1990s.  Since 2014, I’ve been photographing and “bringing to life” female portrait statues, these women mostly now unknown, and have shown this work in about 25 exhibitions.

 

Childbirth was often fatal, disease rampant, war, literally, on the horizon; women maintained society and civilization, expecting no legacy. They were mostly brave, courageous, and valiant. Immortalized in stone but forgotten, it’s my work to find out who they, and their sculptors, were. I am their medium and they are my calling. Their stories matter. This is the time to honor these women who laughed, raged, were inspired, and loved. I invite you to celebrate, remember, and honor them.  I hope you can’t forget them.

 

I moved to rural Georgia from California in 2012.  I doubt I’d have begun this contemplative work if I had remained in busy California; I see no end to it.

 

 

In Dreaming, 1884, after unknown | Carson Barnes | $150 framed, $125 unframed

I’ve been making photographs, prints, and combining techniques for more than four decades, and painting since childhood.  Under Fritz Janschka at Bryn Mawr and Haverford and with Chris Johnson at California College of the Arts, I hold a BA in fine arts and an MFA.  My work is in private collections in many of the United States, as well as private collections in several European countries, and one museum permanent collection.

 

Long ago, I worked with a few creative models, making photosilkscreen prints with their images and exhibited in about 35 shows in the 1980s and 1990s.  Since 2014, I’ve been photographing and “bringing to life” female portrait statues, these women mostly now unknown, and have shown this work in about 25 exhibitions.

 

Childbirth was often fatal, disease rampant, war, literally, on the horizon; women maintained society and civilization, expecting no legacy. They were mostly brave, courageous, and valiant. Immortalized in stone but forgotten, it’s my work to find out who they, and their sculptors, were. I am their medium and they are my calling. Their stories matter. This is the time to honor these women who laughed, raged, were inspired, and loved. I invite you to celebrate, remember, and honor them.  I hope you can’t forget them.

 

I moved to rural Georgia from California in 2012.  I doubt I’d have begun this contemplative work if I had remained in busy California; I see no end to it.

 

 

Blade with Orbs | Lynne Buchanan | $200 framed, $75 unframed

Lynne Buchanan is a fine art photographer of the natural world who recently published a book entitled Florida’s Changing Waters: A Beautiful World in Peril.  The book shows both the beautiful areas at risk of being lost as well as the human impact on our aquatic systems.  Lynne first came to photography as a means to express the spiritual lessons she always learns from being in nature.  Her healing images have been purchased by hospitals and her climate change and environmental works have been featured in solo and group exhibitions across the country, as well as internationally.  Lynne earned a Master’s Degree in Art History and Museum studies and honed her passion for art by working in galleries in New York City and Washington, D.C., and later studied with many world renowned photographers.  Lynne recently moved from Florida to North Carolina and has been photographing biodiversity of the blue ridge as well as aquatic ecosystems through macro and micro photography.  She has also been studying crystals from the drugs that are keeping us alive as the world changes.  Imaginary Butterfly Wing is actually an image of Tyleonol crystals as seen under the microscope.

 

 

Imaginary Butterfly Wings | Lynne Buchanan | $200 framed, $75 unframed

Lynne Buchanan is a fine art photographer of the natural world who recently published a book entitled Florida’s Changing Waters: A Beautiful World in Peril.  The book shows both the beautiful areas at risk of being lost as well as the human impact on our aquatic systems.  Lynne first came to photography as a means to express the spiritual lessons she always learns from being in nature.  Her healing images have been purchased by hospitals and her climate change and environmental works have been featured in solo and group exhibitions across the country, as well as internationally.  Lynne earned a Master’s Degree in Art History and Museum studies and honed her passion for art by working in galleries in New York City and Washington, D.C., and later studied with many world renowned photographers.  Lynne recently moved from Florida to North Carolina and has been photographing biodiversity of the blue ridge as well as aquatic ecosystems through macro and micro photography.  She has also been studying crystals from the drugs that are keeping us alive as the world changes.  Imaginary Butterfly Wing is actually an image of Tyleonol crystals as seen under the microscope.

 

 

Flaming Tong | Matthew Hojnacki | $200

Former Chicagoan, Matt was successfully transplanted to the Atlanta area in 1995.

Enjoying retirement since 2000, he has earnestly pursued his love of photography.

A self-taught photographer he has continually strived to improve his work by attending

photography and printing workshops.

He still works in his traditional “analogue” darkroom and has incorporated digital

processing tools into his workflow.

His work has been shown in several juried exhibits. He was part of three-person show

presented by the Arizona State University Libraries in Phoenix.

 

The underwater photographs presented in this “Small Works” exhibition were made

on 35mm transparency film.  The images were scanned and are printed here for the

first time.