The 29th Annual THE VIEW

Rosewood Gallery in Kettering, Ohio is pleased to present the annual The View juried landscape exhibition. For the first time in its 26 year history, the exhibition is housed exclusively online with images and an exhibition video, accompanied by a downloadable exhibition catalogue with an essay by the exhibition juror, Cathy Mayhugh.

Praxis Gallery & Photographic Arts Center



Juried By: Douglas Beasley

Opening Night Reception: 
Saturday, February 18TH from 6-8PM CST

My Silver Print Spring Grove Lake will be included in this exhibition

Art, conversation, beverages & treats 

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Praxis Gallery | Photo Arts Center is Located at the NW corner of The Ivy Arts Block. Enter Parking Lot. Our Main Entrance is to the left as you enter the parking lot.

Exhibition Dates: Feb 18TH – Mar 4TH, 2023

• LANDSCAPES exhibit opens at Praxis Gallery and online Saturday, February 18TH, 2023.

• Exhibit Documentation, and Exhibit Book links will be emailed to exhibitors at 4PM CST, February 18TH, 2023 with postings on social media throughout the exhibition period. 
View our blog to see samples of past exhibition documentation.

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FotoFocus 2022

October 1, 2022–December 10, 2022 Xavier University Gallagher Student Center

As part of FotoFocus 2022 my exhibit,“ A Record Of Disuse”, is a collection of photographic prints featuring objects that were once functional. Now worn, discarded, or repurposed, or even unrecognizable, the viewer may imagine what the original function could have been. The monochromatic bromoil process has been used to record, intensify and add interest to what remains.

Of the 20 plus prints in this exhibit all were collected as I explored neighborhoods around Cincinnati. Discarded items found in Hyde Park, Mt Lookout, Over The Rhine, Camp Washington, and Columbia Tusculum are included.

As an example, Thermostat, the outdated wall mounted thermostat, cover removed, internal mechanisms frozen in layers of white paint, reveals elements of design that remain providing aesthetic value. In Columbia Tusculum Plates, the use of automotive license plates from years past provides a decorative element and historic record to a neighborhood fence. Sawblade, photographed in situ, challenges the viewer to contemplate how it came to be cast off and for what purpose it was being used.

Bromoil prints from the exhibition: