The print will be shown at Jadite Galleries in Hell’s Kitchen with an opening reception on April 5, 2018.
A great time was had at the opening of the Lightbox Gallery PDX 30 show that I curated this month. Portland photographers and other viewers gathered for a lively reception followed by a wild ride on Jeff Daly‘s Glam Tram.
This little gallery is well loved, and it was an honor to be the curator for this show.
(Photo by Michael Granger, founder of Lightbox Gallery)
The opening is August 8 – a great time to have some fun in Astoria!
This image was taken with my cellphone, and processed in the phone as well. The location is in Kimberly, Oregon, near the little grocery store.
“Abebe” has been curated into the upcoming “Blue” show at the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction in Vermont.
We are especially excited for this, as this image is being considered as a cover for the upcoming book that will be released in September 2014.
All images from The Mercato Workers series were taken in the market in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia.
Acosia Red Elk, color version, will be shown in the upcoming PDX Photo Month Exhibit, curated by Chris Bennett, from April 12 – May 6, 2014.
Come on out to one of my favorite cities in the world, Astoria, Oregon, to see the show and experience the chaos and quirkiness where the river meets the sea.
The artist reception will be from 6-9pm on April 12, 2014 at Lightbox Gallery.
“Selam” will be going to Hong Kong! I was just notified that this image was included as a winner in the photography category for the Bioethics Art Competition.
I am especially happy that not much else is needed in the frame of this picture – the Ethiopian spirit is so commanding in and of itself.
Once again, I will be able to stand in the middle of a room, look around and marvel at the intensity of many beautiful Ethiopian eyes all at once.
Ten images from my “Market Workers” series will be shown at PushDot Studio. Join me for an opening reception this Friday, August 2 from 6-9pm as we raise a glass of cheer to those who might just be the hardest workers on earth.
All images were printed at PushDot Studio. A very special thank you goes to Laura Domela, who, with her painter’s hand and master photographer’s skill, made the images sing with her magical post processing work.
One hundred forty-four subjects were photographed for this series, and each printed image is mounted on black sintra then framed without glass so that there is nothing between viewer and subject.
It has been exceptionally difficult to select which images are printed, as I dearly love each and every one. In time, I hope to have all of them printed and floating about the world in celebration of the Ethiopian spirit.
This exhibit had 12,961 entries from 84 countries, and 201 pieces were chosen. I am very happy that the image they selected represents the beautiful people of Ethiopia. This image was taken in a small village called Sheno, about an hour away from Addis Ababa.
The opening reception is October 12, 2013 in San Diego, and the show will run until November 17, 2013.
I just received notification that one of “The Market Workers” was juried into the Michael H. Kellicutt International Photo Show in San Francisco, California. Jurors are Tom Till, Kim Komenich and Crista Dix.
“Selam” is a market worker in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia. He sells vegetables and performs other labor such as carrying heavy items. It is an honor to represent these exceptional Ethiopians in celebration of their hard working and innovative spirits.
See all of the images selected for this show here. Opening reception and awards ceremony will be on July 6, 5-8pm at the Coastal Arts League Museum in Half Moon Bay, and the show will run from June 28 – August 6, 2013. The show will also be displayed at the Gallery At Calumet in San Francisco from August 9 – September 11, 2013, with an opening reception on August 15.
I am thrilled to announce that Mercy Corps has created a solo exhibit of my black & white images from Ethiopia. The show will run from March 1 – 28 in the Action Center Gallery at 45 SW Ankeny in Portland, Oregon.
I will be giving a lecture on Thursday night March 14 at 7pm at the same location.
Entry is free, and kids are welcome!
The lecture was well attended and the kiddos had the BEST questions!
(Lecture photos by Bill Purcell)