As part of Art in August, for August the Griffin Museum will have free admission (does not include programming) for Winchester Residents with proof of residency.
© Greg Jundanian
© Amy Rindskopf
Join artists Amy Rindskopf and Greg Jundanian as they share their photography and their journey into the world of fine art photography with us. Both Rindskopf and Jundanian are Griffin Museum of Photography members with a growing photography practice, and their work has been selected by Hamidah Glasgow to be part of The 23rd Griffin Museum Juried Exhibition – Ed Friedman Legacy. Come and learn more!
Gregory Jundanian is an emerging artist focused on environmental portraits. He focuses not on communities as dictated by ancestry and family, but on self-selected communities, or chosen family. His current project, The Spoken Word, is a collection of portraits created in collaboration with local area poets and poetry slammers. His unique approach is to invite each poet into the process and work with them on inscribing their poetry onto their portrait by hand.
He is also at work on two other projects: The Dedham Project, a collection of portraits of his community of Dedham residents, and Hair and Why Not?, a project that explores the modest amount of narcissism common to all through the community of barbershops and salons across the Boston.
Jundanian completed a solo show of The Spoken Word at the South End Boston Public Library in 2016, and has been featured in a number of group shows both nationally and internationally.
Amy Rindskopf lives and works in Winchester, MA. She uses photography to find quiet in the noise of daily life and her work often centers on the natural world. Her images are meditations on the ephemeral definition of beauty.
2 people are attending Artists’ Talk: Amy Rindskopf and Greg Jundanian