Photographing Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Quadriptych in Edition of Five. Photographed 2011. Offered at Winterlark 2017 Benefit Auction.
2017 SCNY New Members' Exhibition, The Salmagundi Club, 47 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10003. www.salmagundi.org Jan 5th - Jan 13th, 2017
The Los Angeles Center of Photography's (LACP) "3rd Annual Members' Exhibition" will be exhibiting the print, "Forgotten (No. 5) " from the "Forgotten" series. The Exhibition, juried by January Parkos Arnall, will take place in the DNJ Gallery in Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, California from July 30 through August 26, 2016.
Juror Heather Snider, Executive Director of San Francisco Camerawork, selected "Forgotten No. 3" from among more than 700 submissions for inclusion in the Center for Photographic Art's 2016 Members' Juried Exhibition. A total of 45 images, including this one, were selected for print exhibition and an additional 45 images were selected for the gallery's online exhibition with a catalog featuring all 90 images being made available at the Center's Web site at www.photography.org.
In the "Spine Gallery" of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a collection of my spiritual landscapes and wildlife photography will be on display opening October 3rd. The exhibition will be on display through the end of the year. Barbara Cullen, the Arts & Health Program's Art Curator, selected the images for this exhibition. The "Spine Gallery" is located on the ground floor in the connector hallway that bridges the Janeway Clinical Sciences Tower with the Reynolds Tower. The hospital is located at 1 Medical Center Boulevard in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Twelve signed, limited edition prints have been donated to the hospital for their permanent collection. Following the exhibition, the prints will move over to the Piedmont Plaza 1 Building, first floor, for their permanent home. More information about this program is available at www.wakehealth.edu/Arts.
The Artist Statement for this Exhibition is available online here:
"2016 International Juried Photography Show," Juror Jack Fulton, North Valley Art League, Carter House Gallery, Redding, California, USA, May 3 - Jun 4, 2016
See the Blog Entry for exhibition details at http://georgegrubb.com/blog/2016/2/collectors-choice-exhibition
"Forgotten" depicts a World War II U.S. military base in East Greenland whose scattered fuel drums continue to leak more than a half-century later. This second series uses an alternate stylistic technique that merges low-key, historic black & white photography with contemporary bleeding-edge-color to metaphorically remind us of the cleanup that remains.
New York City Sierra Club Photography Committee is producing an exhibition titled, "In Pursuit of Nature" which is being exhibited at the Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center in the Hells Kitchen/Clinton neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City. The exhibition commences with an opening reception on Wednesday evening, November 11th, and the exhibition will run from November 5th through March 9, 2016. The Photography Committee has selected approximately 50 images for print exhibition, and the exhibition is presented as a public service to the Center. Exhibit hours are Mon, Tue, Thur from 8:30am-7:00pm; Wed & Fri, from 8:30am-4:30pm; and Sat (every other Sat) from 9:30am-1:00pm. The Ryan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center is located at 645 Tenth Avenue (Between 45th & 46th Streets) in New York, NY 10036. Directions are available online at www.ryancenter.org. More information about the New York City Sierra Club Photography Committee is available on their Web site at www.sierraphotonyc.com.
The (Unwanted) Pooch Puzzle solo exhibition opens as part of a larger gallery theme show at Soho Photo Gallery, titled "It's A Dog's World," on December 2, 2015 and runs through January 2, 2016. Soho Photo Gallery is located at 15 White Street in Tribeca neighborhood in Manhattan. Visit their Web site to learn more at http://www.sohophoto.com
A Weave of Light No. 2, selected for the "Salmagundi Annual Juried Photography & Graphics Non-Members Exhibition," will be on display in the Main Gallery of the Salmagundi Club from July 27 through August 7, 2015. This competitive fine art exhibition is comprised of works from all over the country, features both well-known and up-and-coming artists' works. The Awards Reception will be held Friday, August 7, 6:00-8:00 p.m. The jury is comprised of the Club's Art Committee, led by Chairman Charles Yoder, and Vice Chairman Annie Patt. The selected image features an extreme closeup of fireworks over New York City during a 4th of July celebration. The Salmagundi Club is dedicated primarily to the exhibition of fine art created by living American artists and to nurturing a friendly atmosphere conducive to learning about art with classes in drawing and painting, discussions about art materials and techniques, lectures, concerts, and a host of social activities. All exhibitions and most events are free and open to the public. The Salmagundi Club is located at 47th Fifth Avenue, New York, NY USA, at the intersection of 12th Street.
Chimpanzee At Rest II has been selected for the front cover of the African Wildlife Foundation's Technical Partners Newsletter in the Spring issue of 2015. This male chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) was photographed in Kibale National Park of Uganda in a recent photographic expedition in 2014. The African Wildlife Foundation, based in Nairobi, Kenya, works to provide critical conservation support throughout Africa, from endangered specie protection to supporting UNESCO designation of sensitive environmental areas to building schools in poverty stricken areas to promoting conservation education. To learn more about the African Wildlife Foundation, visit their Web site at www.awf.org.
"Color, Line & Form" is an exhibition of 42 abstract art works selected from 153 submissions by contemporary artists exploring the visual scape of color, line and form. The exhibition will run September 5 through October 25 at The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs, located at 626 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This image was selected by the curators, Julie Susan Gonzales, Jeri Hillis and Donna Dunnahoe, of The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs for this exhibition. To learn more about the exhibition, visit their Web site at http://www.hsfac.org
Saving Olive was selected by juror, Aliki McCain, for the national exhibition, "Gone To The Dogs," opening at the Niza Knoll Gallery, 915 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado, USA, on July 17 to August 22, 2015. An artists' reception is being held at the gallery from 5-8pm, July 17, during the Art District on Santa Fe's Third Friday Artwalk. Aliki McCain is an Artist, Exhibition Manager and Curator for ArtHaus Gallery. Based in Denver, Colorado, she oversaw the ArtHaus Gallery for four years with Michael Gladin, where she recently also facilitated Project Education South Sudan. She works as an artist and also obtained her Masters in Fine Art and her Bachelors in Art History at University of California Irvine. She explores the human condition and examines these relationships in her work.
This digital image, encapsulated into coated-aluminum metal and framed in black wood, was selected for the juried exhibition, "National Art Encounter Competition, 2015" for display at The von Liebig Art Center in Naples, Florida. The exhibition juror and awards judge is Dr. Carol Damian, Florida International University Professor, Art Scholar and Past Director of the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum. This digital composite of four images tells a linear story using just a single frame. Photographed in Katmai National Park, this Kodiak bear had his eyes set on this fisherman's catch, of which he would soon win his prize. Forced to avoid an encounter with the approaching bear, the fisherman tossed his catch back into the sea. The techniques used in this photo montage enable the viewer to follow an abstract timeline of events, which today are more easily produced using current photography and digital editing technologies. This image seeks to challenge our nomal way of viewing an image as a snapshot of a single moment in time.