Peter Balentine, Robin Boger, Vicente Cayuela, Annie Claflin, Miriam Engelhardt, Marc Goldring, Julie Hamel, Jack Heller, Bob Holt, Alan Kidawski, Catherine King, Albert Lew, Connie Lowell, Lawrence Manning, Leann Shamash, Francine Sherman, Heather Walsh
March 15 – April 10, 2022
Artist Reception - 20 March, 2022 4 to 6pm
Online Artist Talk - 30 March, 2022 7 to 8.30pm
Photography Atelier is a portfolio and project building course for emerging to advanced photographers taught by Elizabeth Buckley. Participants engage in supportive critical discussions of each other’s work and leave with a better understanding of the industry and an ability to edit and sequence their own work.
Instruction in the Atelier includes visual presentations based around an assignment which is designed to encourage experimentation in both subject matter and approach. Students learn the basics of how to approach industry professionals to show their work and how to prepare for a national or regional portfolio review. There is discussion of marketing materials, do-it-yourself websites, DIY book publishing and the importance of social media. Students learn the critical art of writing an artist’s statement and bio.
The students here were part of our Fall 2021 program and we are thrilled to see their work on the walls of the Griffin.
Peter Balentine – City of God
Robin Boger – Traveler
Vicente Cayuela – JUVENILIA
Annie Claflin – Minor Imperfections
Miriam Engelhardt – Musical Moments
Marc Goldring – Trees: Skin Deep
Julie Hamel – Known Unknown
Jack Heller – Sacred Places & Objects
Bob Holt – Working Rivers of Peterborough, New Hampshire
Alan Kidawski – A Photographic Quest for Poetic Imagery
Catherine King – Terrible Love
Albert Lew – Faces Behind the Food
Connie Lowell – A Call for Urgency
Lawrence Manning – Murder in Nampa
Leann Shamash – Ta’anit- Fasts
Francine Sherman – Ordinary Moments
Heather Walsh – Fly Over Landscapes