Category Archives: Galleries

The Bindi Collection Morning Poetry Julie Williams-Krishnan

“Kalacharam” means “culture” in the south Indian language Tamil. Under this primary theme, Julie Williams-Krishnan presents three exhibitions: “The Third Eye,” “The Bindi Collection,” and “Morning Poetry.” Williams-Krishnan’s series, “The Bindi Collection” and “Morning Poetry,” are featured in the Griffin … Continue reading

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The Third Eye Julie WIlliams-Krishnan

“Kalacharam” means “culture” in the south Indian language Tamil. Under this primary theme, Julie Williams-Krishnan presents three exhibitions: “The Third Eye,” “The Bindi Collection,” and “Morning Poetry.” Williams-Krishnan’s series, “The Bindi Collection” and “Morning Poetry,” are featured in the Griffin … Continue reading

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Photography Atelier 23

The Photography Atelier 23 will present an exhibit of student and faculty artwork from March 10th to April 3rd, 2016. The Atelier is a course for intermediate and advanced photographers offered by the Griffin Museum of Photography. You are invited … Continue reading

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Nicole Harrington, Hand Painted

Hand Painted My experiences in the darkroom have me hands on with the chemicals. I saw the results of this on the paper, but I couldn’t see how they physically reacted with my hand. That lead to this body of … Continue reading

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Susan Keiser Flooded

Susan Keiser photographs a family of mechanical dolls after a flood. She tells us “a flood can be an overflow of water or the outpouring of tears.” In each photograph “fresh visions appear, images aggregate into chapters, and the river … Continue reading

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Tricia O’Neill, Celtic Pilgrimages: Ireland & Scotland

Artist’s Statement Celtic land, and landscape, holds a strong gravitational pull for me. A kind of genetic coding, if you will, that elicits a strong feeling of belonging, the feeling that I am where I should be. My parents emigrated … Continue reading

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BULLET POINTS: PHOTOGRAPHS BY DEBORAH BAY, CHRISTOPHER COLVILLE, GARRETT HANSEN AND SABRINA PEARLMAN

Guns and bullets have a mutual dependency. A gun without ammo becomes just a blunt object. A bullet without a gun’s hammer and chamber can’t generate energy for directed propulsion on its own. In our exhibition we have fine-tuned the … Continue reading

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Krista Wortendyke, (RE): Media

(Re): media is an exploration of the way imagery and information from movies, videogames, newspapers, and the Internet come together to form our perception of war. As most have not experienced war, it is the media’s images that have informed … Continue reading

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Yorgos Efthymiadis, Domesticated: Seeing Past Seduction

Yorgos Efthymiadis photographs guns from various collections. He finds most guns by referrals. He photographs each gun on carpets, chairs, tablecloths or pillows found in the homes of the collectors. Efthymiadis’ series, Domesticated: Seeing Past Seduction, is featured in the … Continue reading

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Marky Kauffmann, Landscapes and Prayers

Massachusetts-based photographer and educator Marky Kauffmann’s photographs are inspired by her love of nature and of the land. In Landscapes and Prayers Kauffmann’s images display a sense of peace, harmony and order, but also tension, destruction and chaos, as it … Continue reading

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