BEST OF SHOW, Brownsville Museum of Fine Art

Pleased to announce, “All American” wins BEST OF SHOW at the Brownsville Museum 45th Annual Art Show. Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, Brownsville, Texas.

Interview with Le Paratonnerre

  Pleased to announce an interview with Brieuc Cudennec on my photography series “Domestic Bliss” amongst other topics. Published in French and English. Susan Copich: Dear family  

Juried Group Show and Book at Dap Art

Pleased to announce participation in international juried photography show at Dap Art, Ventura, CA. Good Bokeh: Focusing on Fine Art Photography Book can be purchased at www.dabart.me and can be viewed in the permanent catalogue in the LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Balch Art Research Library Opening reception February 4, 7-10PM, H Gallery + Studios, […]

Group Show at Umbrella Arts

Exhibiting 2 new images from ‘Domestic Bliss’ ‘Monday Morning’ and ‘Mommy’s Little Helpers’ I’ll be at the opening come say ‘Hi’ and checkout all the photos.

GROUP SHOW at SIDESHOW GALLERY

“SIDESHOW NATION V” presents “ThruThe Rabbit Hole 2” January 7 – February 27, 2017 OPENING – SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 from 6 to 9pm “TOY” part of my Domestic Bliss series will be on show. Sideshow Gallery 319 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211  

Film Noir #3, “Coffee Break”

Third Installation of FILM NOIR SERIES Can be viewed at Wyndham Gallery on Main in Wyndham, NY Shot in Youngstown, Ohio in 2015. Also entitled “Coffee Break”. Wishing everyone a Happy, healthy, peaceful NEW YEAR. xo.

Film Noir #2

Second Installation for the Film Noir in 3 images Image was shot in Youngstown, Ohio, Thanksgiving 2015. Stay tuned for the third photograph. I am currently working on a new series that dives into nostalgia…these photographs are not part of the new series just a warm-up! Happy Holidays.

Film Noir, Image #1

Film Noir shot in 3 Images Playing with the film noir genre to create story and image…to be continued… Images 2 and 3 will be released at a later date…stay tuned. This was shot in Youngstown, Ohio at my aunt and uncle’s home last year. Their home is fabulously untouched by 5 decades of busy […]