Thursday, February 18, 2016
More News of Southern Photographers -- Mid-Winter 2016
Nashville-based photographer Tamara Reynolds is having a major solo show of her work at the Baldwin Photographic gallery on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University, in Murfreesboro, now up through April 7th, 2016.
Reynolds will deliver an artist's talk in connection with this show, with a reception in the Gallery to follow, on February 22nd.
Chapel Hill-based photographer Lori Vrba (see image above) is featured in the latest issue of Don't Take Pictures, here.
Vrba has been having an exceptionally rich and rewarding period in her photographic career, and it seems to keep on going and going.
Good news, all around!
Oxford, Mississippi-based photographer Alysia Burton Steele (see image above) is among the recipients of this year's Humanities Awards from the Mississippi Humanities Council.
Steele will be doing a workshop and signing copies of her award-winning book this Saturday February 20th, 2016, in Hattesburg, MS, go here for more details.
Steele received this award in the category Preserver of Mississippi Culture for her book Delta Jewels: In Search of My Grandmother’s Wisdom.
Raleigh's Diana Bloomfield (see image above) and Atlanta's Jennifer Schwartz (see image below), and perhaps other Southern photographers as well, have images in the on-line alternative processes show Intimate Alchemy, in Plates to Pixels Gallery, go here.
More news to come! Check next post.