C U R R E N T   E X H I B I T I O N S

 

AVERAGE JOE PHOTO SHOW

EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 4, 2015

The Average Joe Photo Show is open to everyone, anywhere! An exhibition mobile device photos from around the world taken in 2014 containing human and water, in support of water.org. We have over 250 photographs included in this show which has received great reviews and numerous press coverage. Don't miss it! 

See the list of Award recipients from our 2014 Gallery of photos HERE.

Submit to our 2015 Gallery in support of Doctors Without Borders


U P C O M I N G   E X H I B I T I O N S


DALTON GHETTI AND CARRIE GUSTAFSON - AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2015
JUDY FRIDAY, DENYSE SCHMIDT AND LORI WARNER - FALL 2015
CHRISTOPHER STEINER AND DAVID RAU - FALL 2016

 

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TERRARIUM WORKSHOP WITH TOVAH MARTIN

TO BE DECIDED

YES, it's back! Our popular Terrarium Workshop with Tovah Martin. Learn the art of the terrarium by the woman who wrote the book! We always enjoy hosting Tovah and are thrilled to have her visit once again - our 7th workshop! 

Open to only 15 participants. Ages 8 and up. Come with friends, your children or your Mom (create something beautiful just in time for Mother's Day!) Please note that 50% deposit will be taken. This is a very small workshop for Tovah (She often travels the US and gives workshops for upwards of 40 plus participants!). Certainty of our participants is necessary to offer this unique event. Thank you.
Workshop Fee $65 per attendee. This fee includes:
 - Three organic plants of your choice, grown for the workshop at Ballek’s Garden Center, East Haddam, CT
- ALL planting material
- Tovah Martin talk and hands on creation of terrarium to take home.
What this fee doesn’t include:
- Vessels/containers - priced from $8-$50 (Bringing your own will incur a $15 fee).
- Optional: Additional plants and materials. Three regular plants are included in the workshop fee. Additional plants are $4.50 per plant. Flowering plants are priced individually and not included.
- Optional: Tovah Martin authored / signed books are available for sale at the gallery. Tovah will sign and personalize at the end of the workshop.

KNITTING DAY AT THE GALLERY


No official project (or instruction), just a nice group of knitters at various levels of expertise doing various projects. Come by for a short visit, or stay as long as you'd like. Refreshments will be served. Limited space. Free (although, we're happily accepting cash donations for our scholarship fund benefiting the arts in CT public schools).


 

AVERAGE JOE PHOTO SHOW - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

DEADLINE: MONDAY, JAN 5TH, 2016

Do you take photos with your mobile device? Then your photos may be included in our 3rd annual international photogrpahy exhibition! submit up to 12 photos taken during 2015, containing a human connection, or experience of caring - medical or otherwise.

The Average Joe Photo Show is an international photography exhibition hosted at Lori Warner Studio / Gallery and online to benefit MSF/Doctors Without Borders. Please visit averagejoephotoshow.com for more information. Submissions are being accepted now through the end of 2015! Don't hesitate! Submit here!

The Average Joe Photo Show highlights the average person’s perspective of our everyday world. Since the majority of the worlds’ population now enjoys some sort of mobile device, this exhibition seeks photographs of ordinary or (extra) ordinary moments taken with the camera app on a cell phone or other mobile device. 
The response from the press, participants and visitors has been incredibly positive. We encourage everyone to get invovled!

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R E C E N T   E X H I B I T I O N S

 

JEREMY INNESS ZIEMANN

Our 2014 Solo Artist. Ziemann's new series of works are light sensitive structures that are "captive forms" meant to be explorations of atmosphere and light experience. The medium of cast urethane has been meticulously researched and tested - to the extent of designing a hyperbaric chamber to aid in the creation of these forms.


"Ziemann has achieved a sense of light and color without physically lighting his work. I have yet to see any works in contemporary art with this subtlety of illumination from within. This new series is extremely complex in process, but doesn't show this; Ziemann's work retains a simplicity and pureness. It's very refreshing to see work that portrays color and gradation of tones in such a direct, yet atmospheric way. I left the studio with excitement for him, the work and even my own work." 

More information on Jeremy Ziemann

 

N O T E W O R T H Y

 

   

Lori Warner's Calm 01 published on book cover

 

Average Joe Photo Show goes to college!

 

Carrie Gustafson featured in New England Home, Jan-Feb 2014

 

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