Curated by Ryan Cade. Photographs by Ray Bidegain, Dean Forbes, Sarah Graves, Lauren Hare, Heidi Kirkpatrick, and Nolan Streitberger.
On view February 12–March 31, 2019
In order to provide more visibility for Pacific Northwest Photography Viewing Drawers artists, we have turned our Library wall into a Drawers exhibition space. Exhibitions typically rotate every other month and feature multiple prints by three or more artists at a time.
As the final installment of Out of the Drawers from the 2018 Drawers, Objective Reflections asks the viewer to question how the objects a photographer chooses to include in a portrait influence our perception of the subject
Today this image was chosen by Dont Take Pictures for their daily feature of “Photo of the Day”, an online column that features one outstanding photograph per day on our homepage.
This image is part of my “Long Summer Days” series and was shot with a 5x7 view camera on regular darkroom paper in place of film (paper negative).
What a very awesome honor, as this is on of my favorite photography based websites to visit!
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Another article in Germany featuring my work and our story. Featured in Stern.de, a popular German media organization.
This month I was contacted by an editor and interviewed by ZEITjUNG Magazine. They said they had stumbled across my work and wanted to feature it in their online publication.
" I work as an editor for the German online magazine ZEITjUNG.de. And I stumbled upon your amazing project „Long Summer Days" and wanted to ask if we could feature you and your art on our website?
ZEITjUNG.de is one of the biggest German websites for young journalism. All authors are university students writing about politics, art, culture, media and society. At the moment we have about 600.000 visitors on our portal per month. "