Entries by Shane Lavalette

Announcing the 2013 Light Work Artists-in-Residence

Light Work is pleased to announce the 2013 Light Work Artists-in-Residence! Brijesh Patel January 2013 Alexandra Demenkova February 2013 George Gittoes Mach 2013 John Freyer March 2013 Jason Eskenazi April 2013 Dani Levinthal May / June 2013 Anouk Kruithof May 2013 Karolina Karlic June 2013 Cecil McDonald Jr. July 2013 Matt Eich July 2013 Jo […]

A Closer Look: Shane Lavalette

Kaylyn Swinging, 2010 Pigmented inkjet print, 8 x 10″ Shipped in a 14 x 18″ mat Edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist $300 Shane Lavalette‘s most recent body of work explores the relationship between traditional Southern music and the landscape of the South. Inspired by the sounds of old time, blues, and […]

Submit to Too Hard to Keep (Syracuse)

In 2010 Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus initiated a growing archive of photos deemed “too hard to keep.” T.H.T.K. (Too Hard to Keep) is a place for photographs, photo-objects, and even digital files to exist when they are too difficult to hold on to, yet too meaningful to destroy. Participants have dictated whether the photographs submitted […]

A Closer Look: Mark Steinmetz

Perugia, Italy, 1993 Pigmented inkjet print, 7.75 x 11″ Shipped in a 14 x 18″ mat Edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist $300 Mark Steinmetz is known for his black-and-white photographs that explore the magic of the everyday. With delicate tones, his images and various books have found their place in the […]

Community Darkrooms Member Spotlight: Willson Cummer

Ninemile Creek #22, 2010 Community Darkrooms Member Spotlight Willson Cummer: Sacred Paradox: The Onondaga Lake Project Willson Cummer is a longtime Community Darkrooms Instructor and avid photographer. His exhibition Sacred Paradox: Photography by Willson Cummer is currently on display at Baltimore Woods Weeks Art Gallery. Willson will also be showing his work here at Light […]

A Closer Look: Keliy Anderson-Staley

Kevin, 2010 Pigmented inkjet print (from a wet-plate collodion tintype), 10 x 8″ Shipped in a 18 x 14″ mat Edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist $300 For her series [Hyphen] Americans, Keliy Anderson-Staley has created a vast, broadly diverse collection of portraits with the wet-plate collodion process using nineteenth-century chemical recipes, […]

A Closer Look: Duane Michals

Good Morning Glory, 10/02/07, 2012 Pigmented inkjet print, 11 x 20″ Shipped mounted on 4-ply archival mat board Edition of 100, signed and numbered by the artist $1,000 “Photography deals exquisitely with appearances, but nothing is what it appears to be.” – Duane Michals Duane Michals‘ series Photographs of the Floating World features brightly colored […]

Spring Workshops at Light Work/Community Darkrooms

There’s still time to get into some of the great workshops at Light Work/Community Darkrooms this Spring! Sign up today to reserve your spot: FIRM FOUNDATIONS Advanced Lightroom 4 Advanced Photoshop Alternative Processes Introduction to InDesign Introduction to Lightroom 4 Introduction to Photoshop Studio Lighting Understanding Your Digital Camera SINGLE SESSION WORKSHOPS Basic Studio Lighting […]

A Closer Look: 2013 Benefactors Offer

The Benefactors Offer represents an excellent way to further your collection while supporting Light Work’s mission. Contributors of $1,500 will receive Duane Michals’ image from the Master Print Edition, all three prints in our Fine Print Program (Keliy Anderson-Staley, Shane Lavalette, and Mark Steinmetz), and a signed copy of The Code by John Gossage. (A […]

Call for Entries: 2013 Light Work Student Invitational

The 2013 Light Work Student Invitational exhibition will feature a selection of photographs by Syracuse University students selected by our guest juror Claire O’Neill (Editor, NPR’s The Picture Show). The selected images will be showcased on Light Work’s LCD screen from March – May 2013. Our guest juror will select the winner of Best of […]