Perspective: ‘The Abstract Image’ Explores Inner Reality

Val Mirage 2 by Robert Koss is featured on the cover of The Abstract Image catalog for the current exhibition at the SE Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina

The Abstract Image, juried by Adam Finkleston, opens May 6 and runs through May 28 at the SE Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina. Opening reception is Friday, May 6 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Val Mirage 2, a digital photograph from the Robert Koss Smash-up, Mash-up series, was selected for the show and is featured on the cover of the catalog.

Click here to see the catalog!

You can literally flip through The Abstract Photograph ’22 catalog to see the amazing works of imagery. The abstract photographs explore non-representational imagery, from found objects in nature, man made or figurative works. Images that do not attempt to represent external reality, but seek to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures.

Check it out at:

SE Center for Photography

116 East Broad St.,

Greenville, South Carolina 29601
(864) 605-7400

Smash-up Duo Dinah and Arado at LACP’s ‘Expanding Boundaries’

Arado Flash and Dinah Mash-up,  the high-flying pair of digital photographic compositions that are part of the Smash-up/Mash-series, were selected for Expanding Boundaries, the third annual fine art exhibit at the Los Angeles Center for Photography.

Both images will be featured in the virtual online gallery display on LACP’s website.

Join me for the artists’ reception on Saturday, May 25, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Los Angeles Center of Photography, located at 1515 Wilcox Ave. in Hollywood. The show runs through June 22, 2018.

The exhibition is juried by Scott B. Davis,  artist and founder of the Medium Festival of Photography.  In the Juror’s Statement, Davis notes the exhibition offers a window into the state of photography in 2018.

“The exhibition spans much of the history of photographic processes including traditional darkroom work, images that include mixed media, and those made entirely with digital technology. Themes consistent throughout the exhibition include mystery, imagination, history, and bold uses of the medium itself.”

The Los Angeles Center for Photography is a contemporary gallery in Hollywood established in 2013 to build a community of dedicated photographers and to strengthen the importance of photography as an art form. This is achieved by providing education, scholarships, grants, exhibits, public programs and events, focused programming for youth and low-income families, and community outreach.

More information at lacphoto.org