Richard Schramm | Moon Over Mosquito Creek, Little St. Simons Island, GA | $450 framed | $250 unframed

Richard Schramm has been exploring the South with his camera for over forty years, but only with his retirement in 2016 has he been able to devote full time to it.  His work has appeared in The Oxford American’s “Eyes on the South” series and has been selected for inclusion in the South Carolina Picture Project.  It has been featured in exhibitions at the Frank Community Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, and at the South East Center for Photography in Greenville, SC.  In the spring of 2019 he had a  photo in “Our Common Core,” a South x Southeast exhibition on the Southern environment.

Adam Hipps | Passing Through | $400

Adam Hipps is a photographer and visual artist, originally from Asheville, NC. He is currently completing his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia.
Meditative in quality, his work focuses on the shifting and ever-evolving landscape of the mind and the relationship it has with physical space. He is very interested in the ways that we interact with our immediate surroundings while in times of personal change.

Alexander Diaz | Untitled, from the Florida’s Mountains series | $500

Alexander Diaz is an Associate Professor of Photography at the University of North Florida. Diaz’s artwork is a marriage of documentary photography and conceptual art. He utilizes photography to express his concerns and to comment on environmental issues, consumerism, religion, and the particulars of place. His work has been exhibited at many institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art/Jacksonville, Norton Museum of Art, and Mobile Museum of Art.

Peter Essick | Winter, Fernbank Forest, Atlanta, Georgia | $600 framed |$500 loose print

Peter Essick is a photographer, author, speaker, instructor, and drone pilot who specializes in nature and environmental themes. Named one of the 40 most influential nature photographers in the world by Outdoor Photography Magazine UK, Essick has been influenced by many noted American landscape photographers from Carleton Watkins to Robert Adams. His goal is to make photographs that move beyond mere documentation to reveal in careful compositions the human impact of development as well as the enduring power of the land.

 

Essick is the author of two books of his photographs, The Ansel Adams Wilderness, and Our Beautiful, Fragile World. He has had solo exhibitions of his work at the Booth Western Art Museum, Yoho National Park: A Canadian Gem, and at Lumière Gallery, Compositions in Nature. Essick has photographed stories for National Geographic on many environmental issues including climate change, high-tech trash, nuclear waste and freshwater. Other work has been published in international magazines. Essick’s photographs are in public and private collections. He is represented by Spalding Nix Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia and Cavan Images, New York, New York.

 

Currently, Essick is working on a book of his photographs about Fernbank Forest, an urban old-growth forest in Atlanta, and will be published by Fall Line Press in the Spring 2020.

Parker James Reinecker | Trailers, Dalton, Georgia | Archival Pigment Print | 2017 Size 16 in. x 20 in. Edition of 5 +2AP | $950.00

Parker James Reinecker is a street / documentary photographer and lens-based media artist based in North Carolina. He is currently working in Northern Georgia, Northeastern Pennsylvania, and the American Southwest. Growing up in coal country, Scranton Pennsylvania, with a bar and a church on every corner, his work touches on the experience and struggle of growing up in the blue-collar United States. Drawing inspiration from his own struggles with personal identity, crime and homelessness which can be conceptually suggested within the compositions of heavy highlight and deep shadows. Parker’s images and series develop symbolic narratives while immersed in his relationship to the broken landscape of “Small Town America” and the conflict of poverty and beliefs, values and traditions, hope within the broken dreams and some touches of humor within it all. Parker is an MFA recipient from Savannah College of Art and Design and full-time Visual Arts Professor at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury North Carolina.

Parker James Reinecker | Motel Room, Trion, Georgia | Archival Pigment Print | 2017 Size 16 in. x 20 in. Edition of 5 +2AP Price | $950.00

Parker James Reinecker is a street / documentary photographer and lens-based media artist based in North Carolina. He is currently working in Northern Georgia, Northeastern Pennsylvania, and the American Southwest. Growing up in coal country, Scranton Pennsylvania, with a bar and a church on every corner, his work touches on the experience and struggle of growing up in the blue-collar United States. Drawing inspiration from his own struggles with personal identity, crime and homelessness which can be conceptually suggested within the compositions of heavy highlight and deep shadows. Parker’s images and series develop symbolic narratives while immersed in his relationship to the broken landscape of “Small Town America” and the conflict of poverty and beliefs, values and traditions, hope within the broken dreams and some touches of humor within it all. Parker is an MFA recipient from Savannah College of Art and Design and full-time Visual Arts Professor at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury North Carolina.

 

Parker James Reinecker | Mining Company, Chatsworth, Georgia | Archival Pigment Print Year- 2018 | Size 16 in. x 20 in. Edition of 5 +2AP Price | $950.00

Parker James Reinecker is a street / documentary photographer and lens-based media artist based in North Carolina. He is currently working in Northern Georgia, Northeastern Pennsylvania, and the American Southwest. Growing up in coal country, Scranton Pennsylvania, with a bar and a church on every corner, his work touches on the experience and struggle of growing up in the blue-collar United States. Drawing inspiration from his own struggles with personal identity, crime and homelessness which can be conceptually suggested within the compositions of heavy highlight and deep shadows. Parker’s images and series develop symbolic narratives while immersed in his relationship to the broken landscape of “Small Town America” and the conflict of poverty and beliefs, values and traditions, hope within the broken dreams and some touches of humor within it all. Parker is an MFA recipient from Savannah College of Art and Design and full-time Visual Arts Professor at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury North Carolina.