Author: Chuck Haupt

Fred Skupenski / Photography Spotlight

© Fred Skupenski Disciples *** Photography Spotlight Along the Tracks Artist Statement Over the years along a stretch of vacant railroad track, (now a metro bus route) in North Hollywood, California, I began photographing discards. My attention was given to selecting scraps that would project human qualities and traits in an abstract form. Playing with light, and sculptured shapes, adding throwaways here and there, I have tried to give some personality to relatively mundane objects. These concepts were framed through my 4-inch by 5-inch view camera. All images created on 4×5 sheet film. It started as a self-assignment —...

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Lucy Nell Stewart / Artist Interview

R: The Delaware Water Gap is a beautiful, scenic area that people usually just pass through on Route 80 or stop nearby for the shopping mall. How did you happen to find a home there?

LNS: I wasn’t aware of a mall.

I saw a picture of a place on a wall outside a building in the East Village . I was desperate to escape, and it felt like a good idea. There were loads of heavenly crawling and hopping and flying creatures in the area so I knew it was for me indeed!

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Ellen Jantzen / Photographer Spotlight

©Ellen Jantzen Amplification Photographer Spotlight Coming Into Focus   In this series I am exploring the realm of one’s environmental surroundings, how it is absorbed into one’s psyche and how this changes through relocations. In these days of refuges relocating from their homelands to distant places, my move from the Midwest to the West may seem trivial, but there are still feelings of dislocation and assimilation that take place. I approach this new work as both a window through which I observe my new surrounds (recording what I see) and a mirror where I bring my sensibilities to bear,...

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