GRIFFIN MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
CEDARBURG ART MUSEUM CEDARBURG, WISCONSIN
HIGH DESERT MUSEUM BEND, OREGON
NORTHWEST MONTANA HISTORY MUSEUM KALISPEL, MONTANA
JYVÄSKYLÄ ART MUSEUM JYVÄSKYLÄ, FINLAND
WEST CHARLESTON LIBRARY, MUSEUM LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
ECHO ARTS BOZEMAN, MONTANA
BIG SKY JOURNAL BOZEMAN, MONTANA THE MUSEUM OF AMERICANA: REVIEW GLOBAL
ART UP MI MILAN, ITALY
LOUPEART: JEFF CORWIN ARTIST CHANNEL GLOBAL: PLUTO TV + AMAZON FIRE + XUMO + SAMSUNG + COMCAST + XFINITY + APPLE TV
MUSEUMS + SOLO EXHIBITIONS
NORTHWEST MONTANA HISTORY MUSEUM
JEFF CORWIN: LANDSCAPES OF THE AMERICAN WEST
"I always felt that one definition of photography, is simply a recognition of what personally resonates. For me, simplicity, graphic shapes, strong lines or shapes that repeat are what “do it for me.” In business, it just became second nature to walk into a situation I’d never seen and start to look for these elements. Many times they were found already existing, sometimes I needed to create them. The first time I drove from Seattle to the eastern part of the state, after crossing the Columbia River I began to recognize the things that were a trigger for me visually. A black asphalt road cutting for miles through harvested wheat. An empty, snowy field with a stream creating a curve to a single tree. Or a small barn, the roof barely visible above a barren hillside. I would get in the car and just drive empty roads for days, sometimes seeing another car, many times not. And very rarely seeing or talking to other people. This was a choice after years of photographing people for work; and besides, why force people into a landscape where they’re seldom seen? These images void of people are an accurate representation of being there. Then, after many years of shooting landscapes without any tools other than a camera, I began to do what I did primarily for work; artificially light subjects by bringing powerful strobes into the landscapes.
Since late 2017 I have been living in Bozeman, Montana, and in 2020, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Beginning in 2019, I began the experiment of working in color. I’m finding there are some similarities, but many differences as well. And this is fine, as I’ve always defined my job as “problem solving.” I’m ready for the challenge. The problem in this particular case was the issue of not liking my color landscapes. So I began to search for a solution of how to create a look that was illustrative of the landscape instead of literal representation of it. I want people to look at them, hesitate a moment and ask questions." --Jeff Corwin
JOIN US! December 15 – April 30, 2023
Northwest Montana History Museum 124 Second Ave. East Kalispell, Montana
WEST CHARLESTON LIBRARY, MUSEUM
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
JEFF CORWIN: LANDSCAPES OF THE AMERICAN WEST
JOIN US! July 7 - September 25, 2022
West Charleston Library Museum 6301 West Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas, Nevada
GRIFFIN MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY
VANTAGE POINT / THE VIEW FROM HERE
How does X mark a spot? How do we navigate our own surroundings? At what point do we walk, run or fall? Vantage Point seeks to illuminate our vision and create a point of contact to the land. This collection of images brings us together with a view of not just data points on a map, but locations of meaning, of remembrance, of identity.
Miriam Webster defines a vantage point as a position or standpoint from which something is viewed or considered especially a point of view. These sixty artists bring us sixty unique points of view.
Artists featured in alphabetical order –
Silvana Agostoni, Eliot Allen, Laurel Anderson, Susan Annable, Jan Arrigo, Julia Arstorp, Peter Balentine, Robin Boger, Rachel Boillot, Adele Quartley Brown, Linda Bryan, Ron Butler, Cynthia Clark, Jeff Corwin, Alexa Cushing, Angela Douglas Ramsey, Sean Du, Dena Eber, Dean Forbes, Erik Gehring, Paul Gilmore, Carole Glauber, Bob Greene, Diana Gubbay, Maureen Haldeman, Charles Haynes, John Heymann, Bill Hickey, Sandy Hill, Al Hiltz, Mark Indig, Matthew Kamholtz, Robbie Kaye, Cindy Konits, Teresa Kruszewski, Jaimie Ladysh, Catherine LeComte, Susan Lirakis, Joan Lobis Brown, Joni Lohr, Bruce Magnuson, Margaret McCarthy, Natalie McGuire, Howard Meister, Olga Merrill, Janet Milhomme, Doris Mitsch, Judith Montminy, Yuxiao Mu, Hank Paper, Wandy Pascoal, Ric Pontes, John Rich, Lydia Rogers, Katya Rosenzweig, Leann Shamash, Rakesh Sikder, Joshua Tann, Robin Venturelli, Dan Weingrod, Marjorie Wolfe and Holly Worthington.
JOIN US! June 21 – September 12, 2022
Griffin Museum of Photography 67 Shore Road, Winchester MA 01890 Lafayette City Center - Boston, Massachusetts
HIGH DESERT MUSEUM
ART OF THE WEST
Art in the West is an annual juried exhibition and silent auction featuring traditional and contemporary art that celebrates the landscapes, wildlife, people, cultures and history of the High Desert—a region that stretches from the eastern slope of the Cascades and Sierras to the Wyoming Basin and Colorado Plateau.
The entire collection is on exhibit at the High Desert Museum and the 2022 Gallery Guide is available to view online! Fall in love with your favorite pieces and bid from your computer or mobile device.
Register to become a bidder and preview the exhibition on our website on July 18. Bidding begins July 23 at 9:00 am. Proceeds from the Art in the West auction help support the participating artists and the Museum’s educational programs, bringing science, art and history education to lifelong learners through the region. JOIN US! July 23 – September 30, 2022
CLOSING PARTY! September 30, 2022 6-8PM / RSVP HERE
High Desert Museum 59800 US-97 Bend, Oregon
CEDARBURG ART MUSEUM
OBJECTS OF DESIRE
Cedarburg Art Museum’s ninth annual juried exhibition Objects of Desire inspired artists to create their pipedream, their ambitions, what keeps them going. From 150 entries from twelve states, artworks were evaluated and scored on multiple criteria by artist and juror Shane McAdams. The resulting 73 artworks, in various mediums, by 53 artists, reveal urban spaces juxtaposed with nature’s majesty. While other explorations of memories or everyday scenes contrast with the pure act of art making. All provide unique interpretations of intuitive connection.
JOIN US! September 29, 2022 - January 8, 2023 Opening Reception and Award Ceremony: Saturday October 1, 2–4PM
Cedarburg Art Museum W63 N675 Washington Avenue Cedarburg, Wisconsin
JYVÄSKYLÄ ART MUSEUM
GRAPHICA CREATIVA 2022 TRIENNIAL
The curators reached artists from
all over the world. We reviewed work by hundreds of artists from 69 countries.
theme of the 2022 Triennial is Untold Artist's Stories,
and the curators were looking for works that have become particularly important
to the artists themselves. The artists were also asked to write why the
particular piece had become important.
were surprised and delighted by the large number of artists and the diversity
of the creations.” Stated Jukka Partanen, a member of the Triennale’s
16th Graphica Creativa Triennale will be held at the Jyväskylä Art Museum. Graphica
Creativa is the oldest and the only regularly organized international print
exhibition in the Nordic countries. The exhibition has been held in Jyväskylä
JOIN US! October 22, 2022 - January 29, 2023
Jyväskylä Art Museum Jyväskylä, Finland Kauppakatu 23