Join us in the Griffin Zoom Room online on Wednesday June 14th at 7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific for a conversation with the Honorable Mention award winners of our 29th Annual Members Juried Exhibition.
We are thrilled to have artists the creative team of Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband and Sylvie Redmond discuss their creative path and featured work in our Members Exhibition, on the walls of our Main Gallery in Winchester through May 28th, 2023.
This event is FREE to all Griffin Museum members, $10 for Non Members. Not a member? See what membership benefits are available here.
Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband
Ellen and Steve are life partners and collaborators in fine art photography. Their co-productions are often strong geometries in muted tones, evidencing Steve’s eye for geometry and light, elevated by Ellen’s interest in memory, meaning, and color. The translucency and mystery of their images are heightened by their embrace of the imperfection-laden beauty of Japanese Kozo papers and the infusion of encaustic wax. The resultant images quietly draw the viewer into the complex and tension-filled interactions between humans and the natural world.
Sylvie Redmond is a photo-based artist who lives and works in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After 14 years of teaching, she shifted to artistic pursuits and is currently working on expanding her body of photographic work. A mother of three, Redmond creates deeply personal photographs that explore themes of family, motherhood, time, and memory. Using elements of vernacular and documentary photography, as well as alternative photographic processes, Redmond creates open ended narratives that convey the complexities of family relationships while looking to understand the way memory and trauma are passed from generation to generation.
Redmond began her career in education, and holds an MA in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Wisconsin Madison (2010), and a BA in Human Development and Environmental Studies from Colby College (2003). She is currently completing a Certificate in Photography from the International Center of Photography in New York City.
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