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Meet Creative Jason Ward
Jason Ward is a Los Angeles based street and documentary photographer whose work has been seen in Los Angeles Magazine, Eyeshot Magazine, and the Social Documentary Network. “Chosen Ones” is his first portrait series from inspiration of his long-time obsession with stock portrait photographs of the 1960s. His images capture detail and imagination in a way seldom created. You laugh, you wonder, you cringe. But you continually want to look again. He is an up and coming artist worth keeping an eye on.
Feature by Adam Grimm
Our friends over at Illuminate Atlanta are doing a camera drive for their upcoming programs. They need as much help as possible getting the word out! If you are in the Atlanta Area and have old working dslr cameras, laptops etc contact them to donate!
Donations are tax deductible!
To learn more go to illuminateatl.com
On display now until 3/31/2019
check back next week for a more in depth look at how this whole exhibition came together.
Atlanta Photography Group (APG) is now accepting entries for Choice 2019. This non-juried exhibition is open to all current members of APG. Simply register below to secure space on the walls for your work, then deliver your framed photograph by March 22. Artists can include up to two framed works in this exhibition. This is your chance to show a personal favorite, maybe you have a wonderful image that just doesn’t fit in with a series, or you want get feedback on a new direction. It's your choice!
Deliver work to APG Gallery: by March 22, 2019, regular gallery hours
Show Dates: March 29 – April 27, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 30, 3 - 6pm
Artist Talk: with Gerald Straw, Saturday, March 30, 2 - 3pm
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Meet Poet Scott Hill - ( or as I know him Scotty)
A little background first
Kahiah here again - See I know a lot of people because I am a military brat. Scott here is one too. We met on a gloomy day in Houston Texas when we were RA’s in college. (oh the stories we have there! (Wheww , we were one in a kind classy ratchets lol)
For about 3 years we discussed collaborating on projects, specifically a boo where he wrote poetry. I am not sure why we didn’t make this book when we lived in the same state, but we decided to do it after I moved to Atlanta. We made a book entitled Into the Eye (yes it’s for sale go cop that lol)
After this book we saw the magic we could do together, only this time Scott wanted to come to Atlanta. So he drove 12 hours to me and we spent an exhausting weekend running around Atlanta - eating tacos in between & yes we judged the salsa hard because we are basically texans! We had a good time.
Scott poured himself into his second book with so much truth, connection and transparency. When you read the poetry you will feel like you know him. I contributed on a few of the images since he got the hang of it himself ( I’m so proud) He did such a wonderful job and the book is amazing.
If you like poetry you should check it out - read a few for yourself!