This two day workshop of tri-color gum printing was a huge success, each and every student that attended left with beautiful images. Thank you to Diana Bloomfield for teaching this amazing process! To learn more about upcoming workshops make sure to check out our Events tab.
Thank you to everyone who spent the evening with us during the Emerge 2019 Artist Reception! It was a night filled with students from across Arizona, families, and photography lovers. This exhibition highlights the dedicated and hard working emerging photographers in our community and we thank everyone who shows their support!
This one day workshop of photopolymer gravure making was packed full of eager to learn students. This trial-and-error process allowed students to created magnificent and unique prints that captured the eye.
This alternative printmaking process translates photographic detail into ink on paper, allowing for more creative freedom, and resulting in unparalleled beauty.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Light Sensitive artist reception! We enjoyed seeing many familiar faces, as well as many brand new ones sharing their work in our galleries for the first time.
It was a night filled with many exciting conversations discussing the variety of alternative processes used to create the work in this exhibition!
Here’s how Carol Henry made the large hanging cyanotypes in the Spellbinding Light exhibition. Be sure to see the installation to truly appreciate the beauty of these incredible life-size fabric, cyanotype photogram prints.
As Wikipedia describes it, “street photography is photography conducted for art or enquiry that features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents within public places”.
Neal A. Miller led a street photography workshop covering the range of possibilities and methods used in street photography along with its history, the many concerns, and personal responsibility.
Belong are images by the students in Street Photography – Capturing the Unexpected.
The No Strangers artist opening reception was an amazing gathering of participating members and guests spending the evening at Art Intersection enjoying work by member artists.
No Strangers presents outstanding artwork made by Art Intersection members to our broader, public community. We are proud to exhibit the work comprising graphite drawings, painting, collage, digital art, and many forms of photography and printmaking, made by our amazing artist member supporters!
Follow this link to see the entire gallery of work in this member supported exhibition.
Emerging, student photographers exhibit their work in the Art Intersection annual exhibition, Emerge. This year’s opening artist reception was the best ever in the eight years of Emerge, our annual exhibition featuring works from student photographers enrolled in Arizona high schools, community colleges, art schools, and universities across the state. Ashley Czajkowski, a local photography-based artist and educator, juried this year’s show.
In this exhibition we offer student photographers an opportunity to show their work in a professional gallery, fulfilling our mission to support early-career photographers. In addition to the month long exhibition, prizes were awarded for Best in Show, sponsored by Through Each Other’s Eyes; Best of Post-High School, sponsored by Charlene Stant Engel; and Best of High School, sponsored by Kelly and Dennis Collins.
Many photographers were acknowledged with Honorable Mentions. You can see all the awards and works in this exhibition at this link.
Best of Show went to Elizabeth Pineda, student at ASU, and is presented by Art Holeman representing Through Each Others Eyes.
Best of Post High School was awarded to Stephen Shawl, student at Pima Community College, Tucson. Charlene Stant Engel sponsored this award.
Best of High School award was given to Madeleine Milner, a student at Gilbert High School, Gilbert. Kelly and Dennis Collins sponsored the Best of High School award.