Photography

Attacked (Madrid)


Attacked (Madrid)

by SEIGAR

Photography

About the artist…

SEIGAR is an English philologist, a high school teacher, and a curious photographer based in Tenerife, Spain. He is a fetishist for reflections, saturated colors, details and religious icons. He feels passion for pop culture that shows in his series. He considers himself a travel and an urban street photographer. His three most ambitious projects so far are his “Plastic People”, a study on anthropology and sociology that focuses on the humanization of the mannequins he finds in […]
Attacked (Madrid)2020-06-08T06:52:03+00:00

A Cacophony in Retail


A Cacophony in Retail

by Victoria Lewis

Photography

About the artist…

Victoria Lewis has been a firm fan of the arts from a young age, always creating or performing. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts in Acting in Wales, she went on to teach children the arts in summer camps before turning her attention to working in the education sector one-to-one with learning difficulties and autism. Photography is a renewed passion of hers that truly revived during her recent […]

A Cacophony in Retail2020-06-08T06:52:09+00:00

Charity Lane in Raleigh


Charity Lane in Raleigh

by Maggie Graff

Photography

About the artist…

Maggie Graff’s day job is in the realm of classical noise, ensuring a small non-profit chamber music festival in her hometown is properly promoted and executed. When she is not managing that, she finds herself at smaller, more impromptu congregations of noise to take photographs. Initially, it seemed that these two means of spending her time were quite different, but upon looking at the photographs, it’s evident that when inserting ourselves into […]

Charity Lane in Raleigh2020-06-08T06:52:59+00:00

Twin Peaks in Richmond


Twin Peaks in Richmond

by Maggie Graff

Photography

About the artist…

Maggie Graff’s day job is in the realm of classical noise, ensuring a small non-profit chamber music festival in her hometown is properly promoted and executed. When she is not managing that, she finds herself at smaller, more impromptu congregations of noise to take photographs. Initially, it seemed that these two means of spending her time were quite different, but upon looking at the photographs, it’s evident that when inserting ourselves into these […]

Twin Peaks in Richmond2020-06-08T06:53:09+00:00

Unorthodox

By Nolan Ryan Trowe

Digital, 4×6.


Nolan Ryan Trowe proudly represents California, is the photo editor at Entropic Magazine, a contributor to the New York Times, a freelance photojournalist and most importantly an uncle, brother, son, grandson, cousin, friend and teacher. Some of his influences include J-Dilla, Pink Floyd, Charles Bukowski, James Baldwin, Craola, Eugene Richards, Tupac and all of his friends and family. Although he enjoys life when he is working with and inspiring others, he needs his solitude. Let’s live. RIP to all my friends who have moved on. I miss you all, and you give me strength. One Love.

Unorthodox2019-01-14T00:05:50+00:00

The Commute

By Nolan Ryan Trowe

Digital, 4×6.


Nolan Ryan Trowe proudly represents California, is the photo editor at Entropic Magazine, a contributor to the New York Times, a freelance photojournalist and most importantly an uncle, brother, son, grandson, cousin, friend and teacher. Some of his influences include J-Dilla, Pink Floyd, Charles Bukowski, James Baldwin, Craola, Eugene Richards, Tupac and all of his friends and family. Although he enjoys life when he is working with and inspiring others, he needs his solitude. Let’s live. RIP to all my friends who have moved on. I miss you all, and you give me strength. One Love.

The Commute2019-01-14T00:05:55+00:00

Erosion of the Tide

By Victoria Lewis

Shot on a Canon EOS 70D.


Victoria Lewis has been a firm fan of the arts from a young age, always creating or performing. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts in Acting in Wales, she went on to teach children the arts in summer camps before turning her attention to working in the education sector one-to- one with learning difficulties and autism. Photography is a renewed passion of hers that truly revived during her recent travels through Australia with her trusty Canon 70d. Victoria became an award winning photographer after obtaining The People’s Choice Award in the Prints of […]

Erosion of the Tide2019-01-14T00:06:22+00:00

Nature of Destruction

By Victoria Lewis

Shot on a Canon EOS 70D.


Victoria Lewis has been a firm fan of the arts from a young age, always creating or performing. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts in Acting in Wales, she went on to teach children the arts in summer camps before turning her attention to working in the education sector one-to- one with learning difficulties and autism. Photography is a renewed passion of hers that truly revived during her recent travels through Australia with her trusty Canon 70d. Victoria became an award winning photographer after obtaining The People’s Choice Award in the Prints […]

Nature of Destruction2019-01-14T00:06:17+00:00

Nursing Red

By Annette Tacconelli

Handwoven red chenile cloth and found copper coils, with deconstructed hand embroidery, red thread, copper wire, seed beads, crystals.

 

Annette Tacconelli

“I am interested in articulating the invisible. Within my Urban Artifacts series, the mundane plays important; along with the flowering of the potential in all things and moments.”

As a professional studio artist, Annette Tacconelli creates intimate, beaded  sculpture, utilizing traditional fiber techniques in non-traditional ways. She has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally. Her collectors range from major Art Museum Board members to a local construction company. For over […]

Nursing Red2018-05-07T21:24:19+00:00