Brigitte Carnochan

Floating World

Turning to her archives, Carnochan began poring over some of her favorite unused negatives and discovered that many of the minor negative flaws that are impossible to correct in the darkroom were suddenly easy to address digitally.
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Juliya Lezhen

Rusty Revelations

“The light in Tucson is incredible,” photographer Juliya Lezhen says. “There was hardly ever a cloudy day, so I never needed to use a flash or other artificial light. Every day I would go out and photograph something.” That “something” for her has been metal, mostly of the rusting, peeling and decaying variety.
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Brian Demint

Fashion Meets the Eye

It would be a stretch to describe Joplin, MO, as an international center of cutting edge fashion design or photography, but you certainly could be convinced it was by the eye-grabbing, provocative images from Brian DeMint’s Eyeworks Photography.
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Karin Schminke

Dynamic Tension

While interviewing renowned mixed-media artist Karin Schminke, she used the word “tension” more than once to describe her work. For her, the tension is between abstraction and realism, like a tension created by the geometric precision of the panels and the tactile-layered textures in one of her pieces of art.
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Bonny Lhotka

Photo Fusion Wizardry

In my mind’s eye, Bonny Pierce Lhotka is dressed in the fanciful swirling robe of a wizard, an alchemist mixing mysterious potions and secret concoctions that enable us to transform our humble photographs into stunning works of art with dimension and depth. No longer must our images be constrained and relegated to the flat realm of paper and ink—our world has been rocked by the possibilities inherent to mixed media.

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Jim Graham

Paper Play

“I began my career as a journalist and documentarian. As I’ve grown professionally and expanded my range of interests, I’ve found that a foundation in photojournalism has served me well—it’s a skill that’s allowed me to be a better storyteller,” shares photographer Jim Graham.
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