Oaxaca Still Life #2 | David Reinfeld | $1200/$900

David Reinfeld picked up a camera as a teenager; it was the ’60-s in New York

City. He was a street photographer, taking pictures and protesting. In the early ’70-s, as a graduate student at the Rhode Island School of Design, David had the

great privilege of studying with his heroes from the history of photography.

Their classes were his introduction to the world of art, and their teachings

remain a fundamental part of the way he sees. Under their influence, he became

an abstract artist. He photographed graffiti and decayed walls anywhere he

could find them, including ten years in the Utah canyons. His world changed in

2011, discovering composite photography; making a photograph was no longe tied to snapping the shutter button. Today David is more of a hybrid artist,

making images wherever he goes and following whatever feels important.

Still Life at Doll’s Head Trail | Marla Puziss | $225/$125

Marla Puziss is a transplanted northerner who moved to Atlanta from Maryland in 1989 and is still getting to know the South. She lives in Hapeville with her husband and cat and works in the clinical laboratory at Grady Memorial Hospital. She is a self-taught photographer, inspired by looking at great photography since childhood. Her photography seeks to see and reveal the ordinary with fresh eyes, and she is drawn to places and things left behind. Her work has appeared online in South x SoutheastLenscratch, and in various local and statewide juried photography exhibits – including Slow Exposures, Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition, LaGrange Southeast Regional, Arts Clayton Gallery, The Bowen Center for the Arts, South x Southeast Gallery, and others. You can reach her at mpuziss@comcast.net, and you can view her work at www.marlapuzissphotos.com.

Soap in Bathroom Sink (late afternoon light) | Steven Parisi Gentile | $275/$250

As a kid with poor eyesight and a desire to see the world clearly, Steve discovered photography at age ten. He is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts with robust professional work experience in documentary film production, corporate communications, advertising, and consumer ethnographic research completing his background. Widowed in 2017, Steve currently lives in the Hudson Valley in his 1920s cottage surrounded by acres of state forest. His dog is a shelter rescue pup and is a constant companion. Steve is a working artist and his photography has been recently exhibited at The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Davis Orton Gallery, Emerge Gallery, Griffin Museum of Photography, Howland Cultural Center, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, and Wired Gallery. His work is collected by discerning individuals and small corporations.

Still Life Flowers and Butterflies | Lori Levine Ordover | $400/$200

Lori Ordover is passionate about Photography and Philanthropy. Lori currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Los Angeles Center of Photography, The International Center of Photography in New York City and Penumbra Organization.

She graduated in 2014 from the International Center of Photography Continuing Education Program.

Lori’s work received recognition by the International Fine Art Photography Awards, the International Photography Awards for Street Photography, the New York Center for Photographic Art, and South x Southeast Magazine.

She has exhibited at (Le) Poisson Rouge Gallery, Umbrella Arts Gallery, Handwright Gallery, and South x Southeast Gallery.

How the Light Gets In, # 19 | Jenna Mulhall-Brereton | $600/$450

Jenna Mulhall-Brereton is a both a photographer and a professional in the philanthropy sector.

 

The two images included in this exhibition are part of an ongoing project, How the light gets in, that Jenna began with the inception of stay-at-home orders arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. Jenna, a documentary photographer, was in the midst of long-term street shooting projects on cultural festivals in both the US and Mexico when the pandemic began. With every aspect of those projects put on hold—no festivals, no travel, no street shooting, and certainly no close work with a 28 mm lens, it was necessary to find a new photography project—and a new way of looking at the world.

 

The resulting series, How the light gets in, is an exploration of the way light travels across the artist’s home. Spending most of her time there for the past several months has allowed for new discoveries, such as the way certain corners hold the sun for only moments each day. The project has, of course, also been an exercise in choosing to actively seek light in the midst of these challenging times.

 

Jenna has been fortunate to learn from master printmaker Chuck Kelton and from extraordinary photographers over the past two decades, including Maggie Steber, Peter Turnley, Ron Haviv, and Chris Rainier. She is especially grateful to have been able to call Mary Ellen Mark both mentor and friend—as well as an enduring inspiration.
Her photographs have appeared in exhibitions throughout the US and in a variety of publications, including the book published by Aperture: Mary Ellen Mark on the Portrait and the Moment.

How the Light Gets In, #8 | Jenna Mulhall-Brereton | $600/$450

Jenna Mulhall-Brereton is a both a photographer and a professional in the philanthropy sector.

 

The two images included in this exhibition are part of an ongoing project, How the light gets in, that Jenna began with the inception of stay-at-home orders arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. Jenna, a documentary photographer, was in the midst of long-term street shooting projects on cultural festivals in both the US and Mexico when the pandemic began. With every aspect of those projects put on hold—no festivals, no travel, no street shooting, and certainly no close work with a 28 mm lens, it was necessary to find a new photography project—and a new way of looking at the world.

 

The resulting series, How the light gets in, is an exploration of the way light travels across the artist’s home. Spending most of her time there for the past several months has allowed for new discoveries, such as the way certain corners hold the sun for only moments each day. The project has, of course, also been an exercise in choosing to actively seek light in the midst of these challenging times.

 

Jenna has been fortunate to learn from master printmaker Chuck Kelton and from extraordinary photographers over the past two decades, including Maggie Steber, Peter Turnley, Ron Haviv, and Chris Rainier. She is especially grateful to have been able to call Mary Ellen Mark both mentor and friend—as well as an enduring inspiration.
Her photographs have appeared in exhibitions throughout the US and in a variety of publications, including the book published by Aperture: Mary Ellen Mark on the Portrait and the Moment.

Bee Hive and Wire Cutters | Peter Miller | $960/$800

Peter is a San Francisco Bay Area artist-photographer. He graduated from the University of Chicago with an MFA in painting and photography.

 

As a national and international award winning art director and photographer, he established his marketing communications business, Peter Miller Art & Design, LLC, in 1992 and worked for major imaging companies including Agfa-Gevaert, Polaroid, and Kodak, promoting their international brands.

 

Peter is dedicated to fine art photography both exhibiting my own work and as a gallerist. He launched Peter Miller Fine Art Photography Gallery in Providence Rhode Island in 2014 to fulfill an unmet need for the photography community. Before moving to California he conceived, founded, recruited a board of directors, and was Chief Evangelist for the Providence Center for Photographic Arts (PCPA). Peter currently lives and works in San Mateo, CA.

 

Tin Snips and Horned Beetle | Peter Miller | $960/$800

Peter is a San Francisco Bay Area artist-photographer. He graduated from the University of Chicago with an MFA in painting and photography.

 

As a national and international award winning art director and photographer, he established his marketing communications business, Peter Miller Art & Design, LLC, in 1992 and worked for major imaging companies including Agfa-Gevaert, Polaroid, and Kodak, promoting their international brands.

 

Peter is dedicated to fine art photography both exhibiting my own work and as a gallerist. He launched Peter Miller Fine Art Photography Gallery in Providence Rhode Island in 2014 to fulfill an unmet need for the photography community. Before moving to California he conceived, founded, recruited a board of directors, and was Chief Evangelist for the Providence Center for Photographic Arts (PCPA). Peter currently lives and works in San Mateo, CA.

 

Baymen’s Diary | Michael Johnson | $450/$200

Based in New York, Michael Johnson specializes in portrait and documentary photography.  He recently earned his master’s degree in digital photography from New York’s School of Visual Arts and has exhibited his work in galleries throughout the country. Johnson’s diverse background has ranged from magazine editing and creative writing to curriculum development and large-scale project management, experience that allows him to bring a unique skill set and sensibility to his work.

Still Life of Workplace | Mikhail Gubin | $300

MIKHAIL GUBIN WAS BORN IN THE SOVIET UNION IN 1953. HE STUDIED AT THE ART AND TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE OF ZAGORSK, MOSCOW REGION. IN 1989 MIKHAIL GUBIN IMMIGRATED TO THE UNITED STATE.  HIS MULTIMEDIA PRACTICE INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHY, SCULPTURE, DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS, COLLAGE, INSTALLATION, AND VIDEO.  HE PARTICIPATED IN 36 SOLO SHOWS AND OVER 200 GROUP EXHIBITIONS IN THE UNITED STATES AND INTERNATIONALLY, RECEIVING MULTIPLE AWARDS AND PRAISING REVIEWS FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES AMONG MANY OTHERS. HE HAS BEING AWARDED A 2014 NYFA FELLOWSHIP IN THE CATEGORY OF CRAFTS/SCULPTURE. GUBIN IS A MEMBER OF THE AUDOBON ARTISTS, THE NATIONAL COLLAGE SOCIETY AND SCULPTORS GUILD OF NEW YORK.S