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FOUR SALTINES by Amelia Eskenazi
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Amelia Eskenazi says of this work, "I seek to create work that combats normative assumptions of identity, primarily within both feminist and queer theory.

As demonstrated by the rise of feminism in popular media and art platforms (see Petra Collins, Lula Hayers, etc.), many artists feel as though their femininity has been undermined by beauty standards and toxic masculinity.

Society perceives petite white women as the ideal, an antithesis to masculinity. The result is a representation of gender identity and expression in a stringent manner, removing any possibility for fluidity.

These constraints raise a set of questions for me. If photography is meant to represent legitimacy and this is what is being portrayed, then is this the assumed truth of our society? What is my current positionality? Will any work on this topic inevitably perpetuate existing norms? 

As an aspiring photographer myself, I saw the necessity to partake in the dialogue surrounding gender relations specifically in the way they are visually positioned.

Our relationship with categorizing bodies and gender is directly influenced by these artificial images. Let it be clear that this is my own perceived truth. I began to ask myself: Is there a way to challenge representations of femininity without reproducing parts of the existing white washed cis-heteronormative discourse?

The purpose of my recent work is to remove femininity and/or femme identities from the traditional system of the binary, instead rooting it in resilience and reclaimed power within queerness. Nevertheless, resistance to power is still shaped by power itself. How do I play into the very gaze I am arguing against? Is my job as a photographer to solely recreate the binaries that exist in overarching discourses?"

Amelia Eskenazi is a genderqueer artist, activist, and photographer from Indianapolis, IN. They currently attend school at Colorado College where they are a Studio Art and Gender Studies double major as much of their photographic explores questions of identity, gender, and sexuality.

They are interested in the exploration of visual language perpetuated by the medium of photography itself.

Their work can be found at
Amelia-eskenazi.pixpa.com
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SELKIES by Amelia Eskenazi
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VAULT by Amelia Eskenazi
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UNTITLED (LEAVES) by Anastasia Davis
HONORABLE MENTION
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Anastasia Davis says of her work, "In my photographs, I explore the incongruity that I often experience between what I see and what I feel.

I seek images that affect me emotionally, but elude any specific interpretation, like certain memories or fragments of dreams that fade the harder you think about them. I am interested in this ambiguity and in photography’s capacity to suggest complex emotional states."
 
Anastasia Davis was born in Ukraine in 1987 but grew up in Israel and the United States.

Her work is concerned with sensory and emotional experience before it is translated into meaning and what lies between perception and interpretation. She lives and works in Pittsburgh, PA.

Exhibitions:

2017 Midwest Photo Emerge, Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, KS (upcoming)

2017 Open Juried Exhibition, Vermont Center for Photography, Brattleboro, VT

Space, Online Exhibition, Float Magazine

Pictures Without Words, Online Exhibition, Strant Magazine

The 2016 Favorite Photograph Exhibition, Online Exhibition, Lenscratch

www.anastasiadavisphoto.com
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UNTITLED (FLOOR) by Anastasia Davis
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UNTITLED (PAPER) by Anastasia Davis
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EGG YOLKS by Andrea Waxler
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Andrea Waxler says of her work,
"I visited the Monterey Bay Aquarium over twenty-five years ago and never forgot their astonishing jellyfish exhibit.  So when I recently traveled back, I studied how to correctly take photos at an aquarium.

With my gear in hand (microfiber cloth to wipe off messy fingerprints, rubber lens hoods to keep out the glare), I re-visited the incredible collection of otherworldly living things.

These images capture an amazing variety of textures, colors and shapes.  From silky ribbons to drippy globs (one of the jellyfish is called the “Egg Yoke” jellyfish), to fine, white lace, these animals are truly some of Nature’s best pieces of art."

Ms. Waxler started her career in the areas of painting, sculpting and pottery. She was the founder and Director of the Art Studio at New Hampshire College in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Graduating from University of Pittsburgh with a BA in Fine Art, interest in photography led to coursework at New Hampshire Institute of Art and New England School of Photography.

Additional coursework has been completed at the Griffin Museum of Photography and the School for The Digital Arts.

Waxler's works have been shown, awarded and sold at multiple juried gallery exhibits including the Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, The Griffin Museum of Photography, PhotoPlace Gallery, LA Curator Gallery, The Cape Cod Art Association, The Darkroom Gallery, The Moose Hill Gallery, Gallery25N and the Plymouth Center for the Arts.    

She is a Russell Gallery Juried Artist (the gallery is located in Plymouth, MA) an Exhibiting Member of the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro, VT and a Juried Member of the New Hampshire Art Association. 

She was presented with the prestigious, International 10th Annual Black and White Spider Awards Nominee for three of her images.

Additionally, her photos have been published in both print and online media in magazines such as "Chronicle of the Horse" and “Smokey Blue Mountain Literary and Arts Magazine”.  

Her work embraces a visual esthetic that demonstrates energy and intensity, organic, abstract shapes and vibrant colors with a twist of humor and mystery.  

www.andreawaxler.com
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PURPLE RIBBONS by Andrea Waxler
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WOVEN LACE by Andrea Waxler
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UNTITLED 1 by Angie Rucker
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Angie Rucker says of her work, "Hic Sunt Dracones is a collection of 15 photographs combined as a photographic novella; the portrayal of a failed relationship photographed as staged scenes in the transformed rooms of an old house. 

These photographs are drawn from my own experiences and memories - fragments of dreams that pierce like blinding sun through window blinds. 

I am curious about how and why relationships fail and what those stages look like.  How couples love one another, hate one another, and how their love decays. 

With this series, I explore and photograph thoughts and passions and transform them into a visual portrayal of inner emotions with a look to sculptural quality illustrations, Chris Van Allsburg’s surrealistic drawings, and extreme perspective. 

Heavily symbolic, and at times brutally foreboding, each scene a fleeting fantasy frozen in time or a wounding recollection. 

In sequential pieces, each image holds its own story; like lost pictures found in an attic.  Collectively, they encompass a novella told in still photographs –conflict, climax, and resolution.  A first person narrative of the birth and death of a marriage."

Angie Rucker is a constructed image conceptual photographer living in Westerville, Ohio.

She received her BA from Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts and has participated in juried and group exhibitions at institutions including The Southwest Center for Photography, The Photoplace Gallery, The Amblewood Gallery, ASmith Gallery, The Beard Gallery, and The Academy of Fine Arts. 

Some of her recognitions include The Director’s Award for the Juried Exhibit “Flight” at the Photoplace Gallery and 1st Place at Saville Gallery’s National Juried Photographic Exhibition.

Rucker’s series of narrative portraits often represent and fictionalize personal situations based on her own experiences as well as those around her. In her new series, Hic Sunt Dracones, the domestic landscape serves as a backdrop, using cinematic drama and illustrative aesthetics along themes of intimacy, relationships and loss.

www.angierucker.com
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UNTITLED 2 by Angie Rucker
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UNTITLED 3 by Angie Rucker
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WHERE DO YOU LIVE by Ann Marie Donahue
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Ann Marie Donahue says of her work,
"'Where Do You Live' - This image was created in my holga purposely set so that the images meld together.  

At the time, this was taken during a transition of starting my life in California. I was awed by the moody skies and California architecture that I was first introduced to in Northern California. Little did I know that fog, intense clouds and lighting would be a mainstay during my life here.

I greatly enjoyed my time in Northern California but never could quite call it home.  There was something about the weather and the cold summers that made me feel a bit out place. 

For me, photography developed as a way to communicate. I grew up in a big family with many older relatives, two loving parents and four older brothers.  There was always excitement and shenanigans.  A sense of humor and a sharp eye were developed at a young age and I’m grateful for it.  When I discovered photography, I felt like it gave me a voice and I could be heard.  People can see and feel my point of view. 
 
I am, by nature, a curious soul. I am always looking; looking up, looking down and looking through things.  To be honest, looking is my zen and it makes me feel so grounded.  Photography gives me a sense of purpose: me and my camera are a wonderful duo.

Most of my work has an emotional cast and a psychological element to it.  I do work in film as well as digital. 

My analog work consists of single images from the Lomography Diana F+, images melded together through the Holga lens, or Polaroid transfers taken from color slides.  My digital work is a simple and evocative way to document my daily discoveries.  I love photographing the still life, a landscape, a portrait or anything that can reveal the texture of life." 
 
Ann Marie is an award-winning photographer living in Los Angeles.  She has been photographing for 20 years and studied at the Maine Media Workshops. 

She hails from Glenside, PA (the town that has created the new campaign of love “Hate Has No Home Here”) and has lived in France, Maine, and California. 

Her work has been exhibited widely and is in private collections across the country.

She works in both film and digital photography. Besides photography, she loves to tap dance, learn some new circus aerial skills, and make people laugh on occasion.
 
www.annmariedonahue.com
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FLOW by Ann Marie Donahue
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Ann Marie Donahue says of this piece, "'Flow' - Water is the great chameleon.  I love how it changes every time you look at it and can take on many personas.

I am currently working on a water and refections series. With this image I feel like you can wrap you self up in this flow. I love the layers and details coming boldly at you.
 
 
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KNIFE by Ann Marie Donahue
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Ann Marie Donahue says of her image, "'Knife' - This image is part of a series of still lifes taken at my aunts home.

My aunts keep everything and have a hard time throwing anything out. The clock stopped around 1957 in their household.

I'm always finding relics everytime I visit there. This series is about letting go in the sense that they hold onto the past so much they can't seem to release it.

I found this object in my aunts yard and found it so specific and jarring. What a odd place for a knife yet it speaks to their sense of keeping everything, including themselves, closed off from the outside world and letting their environment deteriorate.
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MPLS #5470 by Mathias Sweet
First Place
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Mathias Sweet (b. January 28th, 1987) says of his work, "For over a decade I have photographed a variety of genres, including weddings, portraits, restaurants, and real estate.

Having finally settled on what moves me most, the often overlooked mundane aspects of everyday life, I handprint all my black and white film allowing me to best articulate my vision. Employing the elemental, and romanticizing the prosaic."
 
Sweet lives and works in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Selected Exhibitions

2014 Solo exhibition, “Polaroid Transfers”, Quixotic Coffee, Saint Paul MN

2013 Solo exhibition, “Street Prints”, Quixotic Coffee, Saint Paul MN

Publications
“Utilitarian Ten” Lens Magazine, Jan 2017, 110-123. Print.

“Signs of Life Exhibition” Lenscratch http://lenscratch.com/2016/10/signs-of-life-exhibition-part-3/, Oct 2016. Online Publication.

“Patterns” ArtAscent, Aug 2016. 64-66. Print.

Rowland, Rebecca. “Just Us,” Mpls St.Paul Weddings, Summer 2010. 96. Print.

Inside Analog Radio, Aug 2010. Interview

https://www.mathiassweet.com
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MIDWAY #4 by Mathias Sweet
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STP #15 by Mathias Sweet
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MOON OVER THREE by Dale Niles
Second place
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Dale Niles says of his work, "I am a self taught photographer. I have taken photos for over 40 years, from film to digital, from wet darkroom to the digital darkroom of the computer.

I am quite eclectic in the subjects I choose to shoot, anything is fair game.

Sometimes adding textures to my images gives them a new dimension, a painterly quality. It often transforms the image into how I visualized what I was photographying.

My grandmother was a painter and she usually painted with a darker palette, often encouraging the viewer to look closer at what they are seeing. She was an influence in the way I often do textures.

I was born in Norfolk, Virginia and raised in small North Carolina towns, I currently live in Fayette County, Georgia."

Exhibitions:
-2017

-IPA (International Photography Awards) Honorable Mention in Nature category for Water Trees

-Elsewhere-A Smith Gallery-Johnson City, Texas

-Puppy Love-Hathaway Gallery-Atlanta, GA-benefits charities that support rescued dogs

-LA Curator-International Photography Awards-Roots

-2016

-Awarded the gold prize in the Tokyo International Foto Awards in the People/Family category for "Solidifying Roots" series

-Photo Place Gallery-Middlebury, Vermont-Still Life:The Ordinary Made Extraordinary- Director's Choice Award

-A Smith Gallery-Trees-Johnson City, Texas

-SE Center for Photography-Portal-Greenville,SC

-International Photography Awards-Honorable mention for series "Solidifying Roots" in People/Family category

-SE Center for Photography-Greenville, SC-Color

-The Curated Fridge-Photoville, NY

http://www.dalenilesphotography.com
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BEACON IN THE NIGHT by Dale Niles
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STARRY NIGHT by Dale Niles
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LIVES STILLED #1 by Elizabeth O'Connor
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Elizabeth O'Connor says of her work,
"Fascinated with the idea of photography as a medium of documentation or of truth, I have long sought to alter the truths before me through a variety of methods: superimposing images, incorporating text, experimenting with alternative processes, combining alternative processes with traditional processes, using appropriated imagery, incorporating personal mementos, etc.

I have also been drawn to the works of people – specifically women - who have used their artistic mediums to tell personal stories in intimate ways, notably: Nancy Rexroth, Clarissa Sligh, Nancy Mairs, and Maya Angelou.

My recent work, Lives, Stilled is a small, handmade book about the death of a friend, artist, and colleague, Paula Patterson.

It includes a series of images I took in her studio with a medium format camera shortly after her death in 2004; some of my own writings about the impact her life and death had on me personally, artistically, and professionally; and news releases* detailing the investigation into her death. It also incorporates photographic transfers, fabric patterns, fabric remnants, and appropriated imagery*.

I chose to use a book format in order to create an intimate space to share my story. I have used a variety of repeated symbols (circles, lettuce leaves, fabric patterns, and grain lines) to visually integrate the text and visuals, as well as to communicate universal themes (life and death, sustenance and decay, plans and the choices we make, etc.)."

* WRAL News releases and appropriated imagery from Kristan Wall are used with permission.

Elizabeth "Betsy" O'Connor holds a Master's Degree of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and a Bachelor's Degree of Fine Arts from the University of Arizona (UA). Her concentration in both programs was in photography. She has also studied photographic illustration at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).

Betsy is a full-time faculty member of the University of Phoenix (UoPX), currently specializing in helping students successfully transition into college life, in developing First-Year Sequence curriculum, and in mentoring Associate Faculty. 

She has also taught a variety of Humanities courses for UoPX. Betsy served as an Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Barton College in North Carolina for 8 years, where she chaired the Photography Department, a position that entailed facility design, curriculum development, and student recruitment, as well as teaching the full range of class offerings.

While at Barton, Betsy also helped plan and implement the college's First Year Seminar Program, serving for one year as its director. She has taught undergraduate photography courses for VCU, as well as continuing education courses for Chesterfield County, VA.

Betsy lives in Raleigh, NC, with her husband and two teenage children.
 
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LIVES STILLED #2 by Elizabeth O'Connor
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LIVES STILLED #3 by Elizabeth O'Connor
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COMING UP FOR AIR by Ellen Jantzen
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Ellen Jantzen says of her work, "I don’t consider myself a "photographer" but an image-maker, as I create work that bridges the world of photography, prints and collage.

As digital cameras began producing excellent resolution, I found my perfect medium. It was a true confluence of technical advancements and creative desire that culminated in my current explorations in photo-inspired art using both a camera to capture imagery and a computer to alter, combine and manipulate the pieces.

My work is shown and published internationally; I just learned that I am one of 15 women photographers chosen to receive the Julia Margaret Cameron Award!!! This is quite a distinction in the photography world honoring women photographers!!!

http://www.galaawardsgallery.com/8th-jmca-awardees.html

Along with the honor, I participated in the Berlin Biennial that took place in October 2016.
 
I was also awarded First Place (Fine Art, Special Effects Category) in the Moscow International Foto Awards, 2016 and First Prize, Fine Art in the prestigious PX3, Prix de la Photographie Paris for my series "Transplanting Reality; Transcending Nature"
 
My work has been shown in galleries and museums world-wide as well as numerous web-based sites. I am represented by, among others, the Susan Spiritus Gallery in Newport Beach CA and the Bruno David Gallery in St. Louis MO.
 
My work can also be seen on my website: http://www.ellenjantzen.com/
 
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PROSPERITY by Ellen Jantzen
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WEARING DOWN THE PAST by Ellen Jantzen
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NEW YORK THRUWAY by Erik Levin
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Erik Levin says of his work "I am always looking for pieces of the everyday world that surprise me, whose exact qualities, condition or presence I could not have anticipated. Inanimate objects can tell us about ourselves, about the effects of our use, misuse or disregard. They are not necessarily inanimate.

I should add that people appear in more of my photographs than the preceding might suggest.

On some level I feel a kinship with everything I photograph; we share certain qualities, for better or worse. In sum, my pictures involve two seemingly opposed responses: surprise and recognition.

These three pictures are part of a
two-volume work, Vehicular, 2002-2016, that I published on blurb.com in January, 2017. It documents my ongoing fascination with things that move, from baby strollers and shopping carts to cars, trucks, bikes, trains, dumpsters, heavy equipment, even the world's largest cruise ship. I've selected these three pictures for their relevance to the idea of texture.

Unlike these, most of the pictures in Vehicular are seen in a context, so the sum is not a catalog of objects or a wish list but a meditation on the mobile and mechanical in everyday life."

Eric Levin was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, grew up in East Orange and West Orange, New Jersey, and studied journalism and photography at Boston University.

His photographs have been exhibited at Studio Montclair in Montclair, New Jersey; Gallery 51 in Montclair; the Aljira Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, New Jersey; the Pierro Gallery at the Baird Center in South Orange, New Jersey; the Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, New Jersey; the Lana Santorelli Gallery in Manhattan; the PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont; the 2010 Texas National Art Exhibition; and the Sohn Gallery in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where his photograph, Downpour, West Orange, NJ, 2013, won first prize in the gallery's 2014 annual exhibit.

His first solo show, Corners, was held at Studio Montclair, in 2006. His most recent solo show, Unscheduled Stops, was held at the Elizabeth B. McGraw Gallery at Newark Academy in Livingston, New Jersey, in 2014.

Levin's books of photographs--Vehicular; Unscheduled Stops; Souls Have Shapes; Edible Complex; Still Life Never Sleeps and I'll Be Right Back: The Bathroom Pictures, among others--are available at blurb.com.
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ROUTE 10 PARSIPPANY, NJ 2016 by Erik Levin
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SPREADER TERHUNE ORCHARDS, PRINCETON NJ 2016 by Eric Levin
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BARN WINDOW by Gary Beeber
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Gary Beeber says of his work, "Over the years I drove by Sylvester Manor (Shelter Island, NY) many times without ever knowing what it was.

Sylvester Manor was originally a slaveholding provisioning plantation bought in 1652 by Nathaniel Sylvester and three partners for 1600 pounds of sugar.
 
As a photographer I’m mostly interested in discovery.  I don’t usually go back to the same place twice to take pictures, but there’s something that draws me to Sylvester Manor again and again.  I’m fascinated with its history, what it is now and what it will be.
 
At one time the estate had magnificent formal gardens.  I have been allowed by the foundation who now is the caretaker of Sylvester Manor to photograph what's left of the gardens.  In time the gardens will be restored."

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has been showing his work in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe for over 25 years.
 
Beeber has had several solo exhibitions in NYC and other cities, and has been included in many juried group shows throughout the country.  Numerous Fortune 500 companies and private collectors feature his work in their collections.  The Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA, has announced a one man show in 2017.
 
The Sag Harbor, NY resident is also president of the board of directors of Health and Human Resources of the Hamptons where he concentrates on alleviating hunger and assisting those in need.

www.garybeeber.com
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RUINED TREE by Gary Beeber
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