Today we are announcing Margriet Zwarthoed as our newest artist. Margriet usually works in series and on her artist page you will find an introduction, a selection of her work, and a link to explore her work even further. We're very happy that she wants to share her work through our gallery.
On Oct 4 Galleri Blunk opened the door to their latest exhibition. The show outsidere was curated by Dan Skjæveland and featured work from all the photographers associated with our gallery. The idea was to try and highlight some of the work being produced and distributed outside of traditional institutions, where politics and money might play a lesser part in influencing the work. We were excited to try and bring this work into a more traditional venue for a limited time to see what an engaged audience would think.
Galleri Blunk is a non-profit gallery run by young local artists and they give artists a chance to show their work to the local townsfolk. It seemed like the perfect space for this exhibition.
The show was up for four days and Dan Skjæveland was present in this period to take questions.
Wendy Morgan as our newest artist! We are proud to have Wendy on board and are delighted that we get to share this wonderful work with our followers. As always it's possible to reach out to us if you're interested in buying a print and all proceeds of any sale goes directly to the artist.
Follow the link below to go to her artist page where you will find more work.
We are proud to welcome Mike Murphy as our newest artist.
'Since the late 70's I have been exploring the medium of photography in one form or another. Currently I’m using an iPhone (like everyone else) in an attempt to create a new perspective on street photography.
Using the Pano app, and shot from a moving car, these photographs merged the multiple perspectives of the passing landscape into a single composite picture. All are created in camera. The only post processing is cropping and color correction.'
We are proud to include the work of William Keckler in the gallery.
'About me? Poet and storyunteller. I like merfolk. Visuals tickle my uvula.. I like the indescribable, the irrecoverable, the unrecognizable and the alluringly indecipherable. I think that means I just like nature. Also, I believe (perhaps mistakenly) I am part of nature.'
Below you'll find three galleries of William Keckler's work curated by Bill Dane.
William Keckler gallery curated by Bill Dane #1
William Keckler gallery curated by Bill Dane #2
William Keckler gallery curated by Bill Dane #3
More information on the artist can be found on his artist page:
I just returned to Norway after short trips to Mexico (to see my wife plus family) and San Francisco (to see Bill Dane plus family). After a couple of days in Albany together we both ended up with a small list of homework/to-dos; hoping to establish whether the ideas that originated around the kitchen table were as sensible to pursue as they seemed then and there. Speaking of homework, Bill has updated his galleries which can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bill_dane/galleries/. Definitely worth a visit.
Upon my return I learned that I've been granted a membership with Forbundet Frie Fotografer, an organization who work to promote photographic art and artists in Norway. I've been following the organization for quite some time and I'm happy to finally be a part of it all.
I'm now working on some updates to the gallery and I hope to finalize these by the end of next month.
I recently began teaching photography at Skogn folkehøgskole in Skogn, Norway. I'm responsible for creating the curriculum, developing the school trips and investing in proper equipment. This has been my main focus this past month and I will continue to develop the course over the next year. In between planning I have found time to participate in some group shows and I'm planning a solo show next year. An updated resume can be found on my page.
A shipment of Bill Dane prints is coming my way from Denmark. I'll post more information about the content once the box gets here.
Bill Dane has spent the past month curating 21 wonderful galleries consisting of other people's pictures. These can be accessed by clicking the picture below or by following this link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bill_dane/galleries/.
We've just added a resource page with a small collection of links we think could be of interest. Whether you're looking to buy new photography books, read essays, or research photographers, there should be something on this page to get you started.
Bill takes us through some of his old work (on my request). I'd like to take the opportunity to mention that you can purchase signed, open edition prints of any of these pictures for 200$ incl. shipping (up to 16x20 inches, or 40x50 cm).