Work from Flatland selected to exhibited alongside some great winter photographs in a winter-themed exhibition by Don't Take Pictures.
"While the winter weather keeps most people indoors, many photographers venture out into the cold to create some of the most wonderfully atmospheric photographs of the year. From sensational winter storms to a quiet coat of new-fallen snow, and the inevitable thaw just before spring, for this online exhibition, Don’t Take Pictures presents photographs of the wintertime."
Work from Flatland on display through next month in the Sarah Silberman Gallery at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland.
The Sarah Silberman Art Gallery is an educational resource of the Rockville Art Department. It's primary function is to augment, enhance, and promote the teaching and understanding of art through a diverse program of changing exhibitions, benefiting the college and the public.
This exhibition, juried by Anthony Goicolea, will showcase artwork reflecting the diversity of SPE’s LGBTQ, Multicultural and Women’s Caucus members. Selected artists include: Jaime Aelavanthara, Alyson Belcher, Michael Borowski, Clara DeWeese, Rebecca Drolen, Apolo Gomez, Jodie Mim Goodnough, Abbey Hepner, Garin Horner, Glenna Jennings, Tomiko Jones, Sarah Kaufman, Alec Kaus, Emma Kisiel, Melissa Kreider, Isabella La Rocca, Kim Llerena, Sandra Matthews, Crystal McBrayer, Deborah Orloff, Danielle "deo" Owensby, Carlos Rene Pacheco, Hailee Potter, Sarah Smith, Lorenzo Triburgo, Liena Vayzman, Emily Wiethorn, Laine Wyatt