In: portraits

Stéphane Alexis’ Chains & Crowns
January 23, 2022

Stéphane Alexis’ Chains & Crowns Rita Godlevskis Stéphane Alexis from the Chains & Crowns series, 2020 It is clear, even at... Read More
Discovering Self: The Photography of Vera Saltzman
January 4, 2022

Discovering Self The Photography of Vera Saltzman Grain Elevator No. 18 This article originally featured in the TYPOLOGIES edition of photoED... Read More
Sophie’s Choice – A Muse for Stephen
October 13, 2021

A muse, according to the Canadian Oxford Dictionary, is a poet’s inspiring goddess or the source of inspiration for creativity. Fredericton painter Stephen Scott is not a poet, but he has found his muse and certainly an inspiration for creativity in his wife Sophie Thériault Scott. Stephen has known Sophie since 2000 and they have been married since 2010. She has been the subject of many of his paintings since that first meeting, but being his muse is far more than being a model for him to paint. Her presence in his life has affected all of his art. After all, that is what a muse is supposed to do.

Virgil Hammock offers some thoughts on the art of Stephen Scott in this article.

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Shira Gold: Finding her breath
January 25, 2021

Drawing on deeply personal and emotional experiences, Shira Gold’s photographs demonstrate grief, loss, identity, and change.

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Sage Szkabarnicki-Stuart
June 10, 2020

What is not to love about photography in it’s “purest” form (ie: without photoshop tricks)?

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Kasia Piech
May 14, 2020

Kasia Piech’s explorations in ceramics evoke a sense of whimsy and darkness in equal measure.

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Nancy Oliveri
April 6, 2020

Coney Island has been a virtual magnet for photographers for well over 100 years.

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Ruth Dick
April 6, 2020

Ruth Dick is a master at capturing the solitary.

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