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.


Nocturne #41


Center Forward at RAYKO

September 8, 2013 § Leave a comment


During the month of May, Nocturne #2 visited the RAYKO Photo Center in San Francisco.  #2 was continuing its tenure with the Center Forward exhibition, initially held at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado.  Jurors for the exhibition were RAYKO Director, Ann Jastrab and C4FAP Director Hamidah Glasgow.


Nocturne #2

Fragments of Memory

September 8, 2013 § Leave a comment


S.Gayle Stevens was asked to participate in a three-person show at the Noyes Cultural Arts Center in Evanston, Illinois.  Curator Alan Leder selected Nocturnes 1, 26 (Hamidah Glasgow) and 29 (Jennifer Shaw) in addition to Gayle’s other pieces.  The exhibition was on the walls from May 19 to June 26.


Nocturne #29

People’s Photography — Bejing

September 7, 2013 § Leave a comment

Yan Li and Huo Wei, publishers of China’s People’s Photography newspaper, featured the Nocturnes in the May 2013 edition of the paper.  Pictured were Nocturnes 1, 2, 7, 9 (Diane Boddy), 12 (Claire Cartwright Vaughan), 13 (Mary Grace McAlister), 21 (anonymous), 22 (Jeanne Klein), 23 (D Hanley), 26 (Hamidah Glasgow), 32 (Mary Moore Garrison), 33 (Diane Boddy), 34 (Patsy R. Davis), 38, and 49.


Nocturne #26

Nocturne Number Twenty-Six

January 12, 2013 § Leave a comment

The photographic community is benefitted by people like Hamidah Glasgow, who always go the extra mile in support of artistic endeavors.  We are fortunate to have her support.


Nocturne Number Twenty-Six bubbled up from the wash on December 14.  It is a part of the Hurricane Isaac series.  Thank you, Hamidah, for all you do for all of us!

Hamidah is Executive Director of The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Center Forward

July 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

Happy happy happy day on July 11 when the news arrived that Nocturne Number Two was selected for the annual Center Forward exhibition presented by the Center for Fine Art Photography.  Jurors were Hamidah Glasgow, Director of C4FAP and Ann Jastrab, Director of the Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco.


Center for Fine Art Photography — what a way to start the day, today!

March 14, 2012 § Leave a comment

Online this morning is the announcement that our Nocturne Number Three received Honorable Mention from both the Director of The Center For Fine Art Photography (, as well as from the Juror, Christopher James, in the Alternative Processes Exhibition, which will open in Fort Collins on 1 June.

This is no small accomplishment as there were 1000 entries.

Thank you, Hamidah Glasgow and Christopher James.

The Alternative Processes Exhibition is a companion to a solo show featuring the works of my collaborating partner, S.Gayle Stevens,

Just put on your wings and come to Fort Collins. Champagne’s on moi.

Thank you, thank you for your support of our pinhole / wet-plate project. I feel as if I have just won an Oscar. Judy

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