December 16, 2017
Framed: Landscape Photography
January 1 – 20 / 2018
Opening Reception: Friday January 5 / 6 – 8 pm
Black Box Gallery
Portland / Oregon
Several prints from my recent “Molokaʻi” project will be exhibited at Black Box Gallery this January in Portland Oregon.
Black Box Gallery is excited to announce a landscape photography juried group photography exhibition that will examine contemporary landscape photography and the wild power, beauty and the evolving mystery of the natural world.
Juror: Ashlyn Davis
Ashlyn Davis is the Executive Director of Houston Center for Photography, a nonprofit offering year-round exhibitions, workshops, publications, community education programs, lectures, and classes. In her role at HCP, she is focused on balancing work by regional and internationally acclaimed emerging, mid-career, and established artists. Ashlyn is also the editor of spot, a bi-annual magazine about photography that includes artist portfolios, exhibition and book reviews, and interviews.
In addition to her work at HCP, she is also a published writer and recently co-edited a book of 19th-century photographs, Islands of the Blest, now in its second edition. She earned her BA in Art History from Pratt Institute and her MA in American Studies with a focus on the history of photography from the University of Texas at Austin. Ashlyn is interested in a broad range of photography, but is particularly passionate about work that intervenes in cultural or historical narratives in thoughtful ways.