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Figures Studied
Jeffrey Becom: Girl, Green Tomb, and Volcano, Solola, Guatemala 1995, 28x42”, Ilfochrome, AP

Figures Studied

10th Anniversary Group Exhibition

Stanko Abadžić » William Albert Allard » Laurie Archer » Jeffrey Becom » Susan Burnstine » Manuel Carillo » Brigitte Carnochan » Van Chu » Michael Crouser » Cy DeCosse » Eliza French & Jeff Charbonneau » Douglas Ethridge » Joy Goldkind » Misha Gordin » Susan Kae Grant » Irving Greines » Henry Horenstein » Jennifer B. Hudson » Linda Ingraham » Don Kirby » Norman Mauskopf » Beth Moon » Tony O'Brien » Elizabeth Opalenik » Janet Russek » Ryuijie » Josephine Sacabo » David Scheinbaum » Jennifer Schlesinger » Takeshi Shikama » Paul Slaughter » Caitlyn Soldan » Henrieke Strecker » Stephen Strom » Nancy Sutor » Maggie Taylor » Jacko Vassilev » Kamil Vojnar » Nevada Wier » Huntington Witherill » Krzysztof Wladyka »

Exhibition: 28 Jun – 31 Aug 2013

VERVE Gallery of Photography

219 East Marcy Street
87501 Santa Fe




Figures Studied
Charbonneau / French: The Looking Glass - from the Massillon Series, 2006
29.25x29.25”, Chromogenic C-Print Mounted to Dibond, Edition of 7

Figures Studied
10th Anniversary Group Exhibition

The exhibition: through Saturday, August 31, 2013

VERVE Gallery of Photography is pleased to present a group exhibition, Figures Studied, showcasing the works of VERVE gallery artists.

In the fall of 2012 our gallery artists, many of whom have been with us for a decade, were invited to submit work for VERVE’s 10th anniversary exhibition. We titled the exhibition Figures Studied. Our artists were invited to interpret the show’s title as they wished. They were not given any additional instructions. Throughout this last month we have opened their submissions with great excitement and joy. The work in this exhibition is as creative and as varied as are our artists.

VERVE Gallery of Photography is located in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico just two blocks north east of the Main Plaza at 219 East Marcy Street. VERVE is housed in an early 20th century freestanding cottage extensively renovated so as to show off the foremost in contemporary fine art photography. The gallery spaces include a large main exhibition hall which houses the current exhibition and a smaller gallery room dedicated to showing complementary selected works by VERVE's artists.

Figures Studied
Maggie Taylor: Twilight Swim. 2007, 42x42”, Archival pigment ink print, Edition of 9

VERVE, established in 2003, has a well earned reputation of being the leading purveyor of every genre of contemporary fine art photography. Verve’s artists are worldwide and so are VERVE’S patrons. All of VERVE’S artists are at work creating in documentary, figure studies, still life, landscape, conceptual, experimental, photomontage, and alternative process photography. VERVE has developed an innovative and unique concept for exhibiting fine art photography. A state of the art computer system enables visitors to browse each artist's portfolio online. Patrons can also peruse VERVE's entire inventory of artist portfolios on a large LCD monitor in the gallery. This concept benefits and serves patrons, artists and the gallery. Patrons are able to view an entire body of work and inspect work in inventory comfortably and effortlessly, while artists are not required to consign an entire body of work to the gallery. VERVE is able to provide access to entire portfolios online on the Internet. The portfolios are stored electronically in VERVE's database, thereby allowing the gallery to utilize its gallery spaces more efficiently.

Figures Studied
Kamil Vojnar: Sleeps, 2013, 30x30x1”, Mixed media on canvas, Edition of 2