Beta Magazine — Jeff Moorfoot

September 8, 2013 § Leave a comment

Gayle had a great visit with Jeff Moorfoot at the PhotoNOLA 2012 portfolio reviews in New Orleans.  Jeff is  Festival Director of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale in Australia as well as the publisher of Beta Magazine.  He suggested she submit a series from the Nocturnes for publication in the magazine and boy did he ever do a fantastic job.

The June edition of Beta Magazine includes Nocturnes 1, 4, 7, 9 (Diane Boddy), 12 (Claire Cartwright Vaughan), 13 (Mary Grace McAlister), 21 (anonymous), 23 (D Hanley), 25 (Kaden Kratzer), 26 (Hamidah Glasgow), 32 (Mary Moore Garrison), 33 (Diane Boddy), 34 (Patsy R. Davis), 38 , 41 (Anne Connor), and 49.

The issue is a fifty-megabyte download.  Our article begins on page 140.

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Nocturne #41

Blue Mitchell — AfterLight

September 7, 2013 § Leave a comment

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Blue Mitchell, photographer, publisher, curator, juror, reviewer, among other remarkable abilities, asked to show a collection from the Nocturnes in an exhibition he curated for Portland’s Month of Photography.

He selected Nocturnes 12 (Claire Cartwright Vaughan), 13 (Mary Grace McAlister), 19 (Anne Berry), 36 (Patsy R. Davis), 39 (Linda Wright), 41 (Anne Connor), and 48.

AfterLight hung in the Basil Hallward Gallery during the month of April.

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Nocturne #39

Nocturne #41

January 28, 2013 § Leave a comment

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January 10.  Fog.  Down the beach.  Nineteen minutes.

Nocturne #41 is sponsored by Anne Connor, Irish muse.

Society for Photographic Education

December 15, 2012 § Leave a comment

The South Central Regional meeting of the Society for Photographic Education, was held in mid-October in Starkville, Mississippi.  The exhibition of alternative process works which had shown at the Sun to Moon Gallery in Dallas, traveled to Starkville for the conference and was shown there from October 16 to November 2.

We did a little swapping out and in, and sent Nocturnes 4, 7, 17 (Anne M. Connor), and 18 (Ann George).  Thank you Anne and Ann for your support of our efforts.

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