photography Archive

Q&A with Photographer Claire Carroll

With larger-than-life colors and bold presentation, the photograph above isn't shy about putting the "pop" in "Pop Art." Read more →

Reception Tonight: “ColorField” & “The Cocoon Series”

We've got a photography exhibit that will change the way you look at the human figure, and a colorful group exhibit to drive away your winter blues — unless you're looking for blues, in which case we've got you covered, too. Read more →

Ethiopia Travel Workshop Date Change

If you're interested in going to the upcoming travel workshop to Ethiopia, it's not too late! Read more →

Andargé Asfaw @ WSP

This month, you can see Ethiopia through the lens of Art League photography instructor Andargé Asfaw. If the exhibit leaves you feeling inspired, Andargé is also leading a travel workshop to his native country this March. Read more →

’Scapes Inspiration

This looks like a great exhibit opening today at the American Art Museum. Gallery members might want to check it out as they decide what to enter for ’Scapes next month and look for new ways to approach landscapes. (See the call to artists for ’Scapes here.) “Landscapes in Passing” is open through January Read more →

Q&A with Award Winner Blair Jackson

Amid the wealth of abstraction in our July All-Media Exhibit, juror Jerry Coulter selected one piece for best in show: a photograph masquerading as a painting. The photo, Clyfford Still’s Latch by Blair Jackson, was awarded the Larry Kirstein Award for best in show. Coulter said of the piece: “This photograph is a complete Read more →