Diana Bloomfield: Blue Heart 2014
Diana Bloomfield: Figurative

Diana Bloomfield specializes in 19th century printing techniques including tri-color gum bichromate, cyanotype and platinum/palladium. These labor-intensive processes require precise registration and multiple layers of exposure to create each individual image.

“Creating one-of-a-kind images with these hand-applied antique printing techniques offers me real creative freedom and seems to mesh well with my images, which are always interpretive and suggestive in nature. The repeated layerings of the gum bichromate process, in particular, remove all the hard and clearly defined edges, resulting in softness and ambiguity — much like the way we see and remember."—Diana Bloomfield

photo-eye Gallery, 541 S. Guadalupe St. (in the Railyard Arts District), Santa Fe, NM 87501.

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Fractured: A Juried Show
FRACTURED
A Juried Exhibition including Twenty-Five Artists

Opening: Friday February 28, 5 – 7pm
On View: February 28 – June 19, 2020

photo-eye is celebrating our 40th Anniversary with our first-ever juried exhibition. Artists were asked to be broadly creative in interpreting the theme of “fractured” as it might relate to our seemingly broken world, politics, society, identity, or emotional states of being. The concept of “fractured” can have both positive and negative connotations, and acknowledging that something is broken is often the first step in healing. How can art be a platform for expressing these personal and social divides? What role does the photographer play in observing, documenting, and healing the fractured landscapes around and within us all? Applicants were charged with exploring art’s role in bridging rifts in our fractured times.

photo-eye Gallery received an immense amount of work covering a wide range of these topics. FRACTURED was juried by the photo-eye Gallery staff, and out of thousands of submissions, 25 artists were selected for the exhibition.

The exhibited artists are: Charles Anselmo, Tom Atwood, Edward Bateman, David Paul Bayles, Jo Ann Chaus, Heidi Cost, Kelly Cowan, Lauren Davies, Monica Denevan, K.K. DePaul, Marcus DeSieno, Virgil DiBiase, Peter Essick, Jon Feinstein, Meg Griffiths, Jennifer Steensma Hoag, Ruth Lauer Manenti, William Lesch, Christine Lorenz, Marie Maher, Jennifer McClure, Daniel McCullough, Leigh Merrill, JP Terlizzi, Ira Wagner

photo-eye Gallery, 541 S. Guadalupe St. (in the Railyard Arts District), Santa Fe, NM 87501. Tuesday-Saturday 10-5:30 pm or by appointment. 505.988.5152 x202

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For more information, contact Anne Kelly, Gallery Director.
The Garden: An Installation and Book by Bretta Walker

March 2nd – April 18, 2020
Opening Reception: To be Announced

The Garden is an installation of alternative process photographs which dually operate as an ongoing exploration of the phantasmagoric & as documentation of Walker’s personal healing journey. This first installment seeks reparations with Nature on both interior & exterior landscapes while also investigating the noöspheric trauma passed down through menstrual blood — a journey through 5 garden landscapes: Ecstasis, Hekat, The Sepulcher, Restoration, & Zôion Alchemy.

photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space, 1300 Rufina Circle (in the Siler Arts District near Meow Wolf), Santa Fe, NM 87507. Monday-Saturday 10-5:30 pm or by appointment. 505.988.5152 x202

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For more information, contact Christopher Johnson.
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