Atelier 21 Participants
– March 29, 2015
Artist Reception March 5 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Photography Atelier 21 will present an exhibit of student artwork from March 5 through March 29, 2015 at the Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Road, Winchester, Massachusetts, 01890. Photography Atelier is a course for intermediate and advanced photographers offered by the Griffin Museum of Photography and taught by Meg Birnbaum and course assistant, Amy Rindskopf.
On Thursday, March 5, the public is invited to view the artwork and meet the artists at a reception from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Photography Atelier 21 members include:
Emily Belz: Memory Lines, photographic sequences connecting space, time and memory; Richard Cohen: Ambiguity of Cityspace, restructured images of urban windows shot in downtown Boston; Jennifer Coplon: Discovering Blackstone Square, a Boston South End park; Vicki Diez-Canseco: Shape Shift: A Part of the Whole; Estelle Disch: Phototransformations; David Feigenbaum: The Shadow Knows; Nancy Fulton: Woodland Light; Trelawney Goodell: A Celebration of Norway; Law Hamilton: Atlantic Waves: Grace and Movement; James Hunt: Spirituality and a Sense of Place: The Quabbin Wilderness; Lee Kilpatrick: A Case of You, a portrait of his sister’s last years before her death; Bonnie McCormick: Too Much Rum, pinhole multiple exposure images of the Caribbean; Vicki McKenna: A Sheaf of Stories, a selection of portraits from Italy; Judith Monteferrante: Glass: Realism to Abstraction; Skip Montello: Reflections of a Quarry Wall; Amy Rindskopf: Edible Geometry, a celebration of the growing season; Andrea Rosenthal: Fleeting Glimpses; Tiziana Rozzo: The Childhood of a Family; Dianne Schaefer: The Light You Cannot See, explorations in infrared photography; Elliot Schildkrout: Lost Memories, the abandoned Lincoln Amusement Park of Dartmouth, Mass; Ellen Slotnick, Quondam; Christy Stadelmaier: Arches; Joe Staska: Unsleeping, images from sleepless nights and 36-hour days; Maria Verrier: A True Self; Carol Van Loon: Barns, a journey back to the landscape of her youth after the death of her mother; Nadine Wallack: Shadows and Silhouettes: Nothing is Explained; Catherine Wilcox-Titus: Returned to Life, a series of still-life photographs.
About the class:
Photography Atelier, in its twentieth year, is a unique portfolio-making course for emerging to advanced photographers. In addition to guidance and support in the creation of a body of work, the class prepares artists to market, exhibit and present their work to industry professionals.
Each participant in the Atelier presents a final project in the form of a print portfolio, a photographic book or album, a slide show, or a mixed media presentation. In every Atelier students hang a gallery exhibition and produce work for their own pages on the Atelier website. To see the photography of present and past Atelier students and teachers, please visit:www.photographyatelier.org. Spring 2015 Instructor Meg Birnbaum, will be happy to discuss the Photography Atelier at the reception on March 5th with anyone interested in joining the class.