March 24, 2017 - April 29, 2017
Letters to Sassnitz
Gallery 224
224 East Main Street
Port Washington, WI


Opening Reception
March 24, 2017 • 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

This show is the result of a conversation between Port Washington, Wisconsin, Sassnitz, Germany, and Gallery 224. The concept is to create greater awareness of the “Sister City” relationship between Port Washington and Sassnitz, Germany. The Sister City program is a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network that creates cultural partnerships between communities in the US and other countries often based on similar demographics, history and geography. Gallery 224 is proud to be part of this cultural exchange.

Local photographers were invited to submit photos that convey a personal glimpse of what Port Washington means to them. The show will travel to Sassnitz, Germany this summer to share these “personal glimpses” with the people of Sassnitz.

We are excited and pleased by the diverse and broad range of responses both in terms of the photos we received and the people who took the photos. Represented in this show are emerging as well as established photographers, high school students, families, the artists at Studio 224, and local photographer Ross Kroeger who has been to Sassnitz with camera in hand.

Studio 224 Staff
Cynthia Lorenz, Berel Lutsky, Martin Morante, Vicki Reed and Pam Strohl

Community Photographers
Eric Curtin, Ross Kroeger, Dan Laurence, Rebekah Luedcke, Daniel Micha, Cassidy Penkivech, Mary Prochazka, Annette, Shane and Miles Stimac, Anthony Shafer and Scott Symes

September 23, 2016 - May 31, 2017
Tokyo International Photography Festival 2016 Competition
Origin, Touring Show


The Nest, from the series, What We Leave Behind.


We are pleased to announce the featured photographers that were selected by our jury for the 2016 exhibition of the Tokyo International Photography Competition:

GRAND PRIX WINNER: Bénédicte Vanderreydt – I Never Told Anyone

Featured Photographers:

Elisavet Tamouridou – State of Things
Andrea Foligni – Apuan Carbonate
Yoshiki Hase – First Composition
Vicki Reed – What We Leave Behind
Kai Caemmerer – Unborn Cities
Magdalena Sole – American Roots: The Delta
Naomi Harris – EUSA

This traveling group exhibition will be presented in the following cities:



Keizo Kitajima

– Photographer / Founder, photographers’ gallery (Japan)

Mark Pearson

– Founder / Director, ZEN FOTO GALLERY (Japan)

Sujon Song

– Co-Founder and co-diretor, Seoul Lunar Foto (S. Korea)

Christine Barthe

– Curator, Musée du Quai Branly (France)

Erik Kessels

– Artist / Photography Curator (The Netherlands)

Marc Prust

– Independent Photography Consultant / Curator (The Netherlands)

Sandra Phillips

– Senior Curator of Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (USA)

Alejandro Castellote

– Independent curator / Writer / Professor (Spain)

Allegra Cordero di Montezemolo

– Exhibition Coordinator / Curator, Center for the Image (Mexico)

Azu Nwagbogu

– Founder / Director, African Artists’ Foundation (Nigeria)

Gwen Lee

– Director, Singapore International Photography Festival (Singapore)

March 11, 2017 - April 16, 2017
Southern Landscapes
Brickworks Gallery
686-A Greenwood Avenue
Atlanta, GA


Ranch Dog 

"Southern Landscapes," a juried photography show sponsored by South x Southeast Exhibitions and curated by Elizabeth Avedon. 

Opening Night Reception- Saturday, March 11, 5-8pm

All images can be viewed here. Southern Landscapes

February 24, 2017 - March 26, 2017
Cyanotype Chandelier Installation
and Wheat Pasting
Art Intersection Gallery
Gilbert , AZ

cyanotype photo

Cyanotype Chandelier, installed by Shootapalooza.
February 2017




Wheatpasting by Shootapalooza 

February 2017

February 2, 2017 - February 25, 2017
What is Nature?
Tilt Gallery
Scottsdale, AZ


Morning Reflection

We are pleased to exhibit works by Shootapalooza in conjunction with Aline Smithson’s solo show. Shootapalooza will present  5″ x 5″ images (Metal Prints floated on the wall) in a 5ft x 6ft grid format like a large mosaic.

THEME: What is Nature? – the essential character of our physical universe – What are the qualities inherent in living or non-living objects on land, in the sky, and waters that allow an artist to see and sense more clearly a deeper meaning of the subject within it? What is nature if not a means of greater awareness through our five senses and our responses to them? This theme is not so much about the content of an experience of what, when and where, but of the quality of the experience that carries a deeper perception. What is it about the mountains or rivers that enliven our spirit? How is it that exposure to weather and natural phenomenon, closely observed, elicits a sixth sense, a primordial relationship or unexpected memories?


January 24, 2017 - February 25, 2017
Tokyo International Photographjy Competition Award Show
United Photo Industries Gallery
16 Main Street #B
DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Reception: February 2, 2017  6-9pm

photographThe traveling award show of the Tokyo International Photography Comeptition comes to the United States. The show was in Singapore in September as part of the Singapore International Photograpy Festival and after the US venue will travel to Tokyo for the Tokyo International Photography Festival in May.

Etymologically speaking, “origin” denotes “beginning”, “source”, “birth”, “rise” or “start”. Marcus Garvey, a renowned civil rights activist at the turn of the previous century, said “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.

Six Images from Vicki's cyanotype portraits series, "What We Leave Behind"  will be included in this exhibit. The series honors her aging parents who are both suffering from dementia/Alzheimer's. The life size images were created on cotton fabric before her parents moved into a care facility. The photographs in this show are 20" x 24" archival pigment prints of the original larger images. 

November 18, 2016 - January 8, 2017
Museum of Wisconsin Art
Member Show
The Museum of Wisconsin Art
205 Veterans Ave
West Bend, WI 53095

Opening Reception is Saturday, November 18.


Morning Reflection is included in the show.


Best Landscape
October 27, 2016 - February 19, 2017
Forward Wisconsin
Forward: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now
Charles Allis Art Museum
1009 N Jackson#1806
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Oening Reception on October 27, 5:30-8:30PM


cyanotypeThe Nest ~ The Gardener

October 13, 2016 - November 27, 2016
Sense of Place
An Exploration of Spaces with Deb Mortl & Friends
Cedarburg Cultural Center
Washington Ave

Opening Reception:

October 14, 6-8pm


Deb Mortl invited several artist friends working in varied art mediums to join her in this exhibit. Each artiist was given a 36" x36" stretched canvas to work with. My piece is a cyanotype on fabric with image transfer.

cyanotype Family Table

Family Table, Cyanotype on Cotton Fabric,
Attached to unstructured 36" x36" canvas

October 6, 2016 - October 31, 2016
The Biennial Of Fine Art & Documentary Photography, Germany
The Julia M Cameron Award for Women in Photography Competition
The Palazzo Italia
Unter den Linden 10, Berlin

exhibit photos

Bleeding Hearts and Twin Leaf


exhibit photos
Tulips Gone ~ Peonies ~ Grape Hyacinths

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Southern Landscapes
Cyanotype Chandelier Installation
What is Nature?
Museum of Wisconsin Art
Forward Wisconsin
Sense of Place
The Biennial Of Fine Art & Documentary Photography, Germany
Man in the Landscape
PhotoMidwest 2016 Juried Exhibition
Center Forward
Photostock Tenth Anniversary: Instructors and Presenters
In Light we Trust
In Light We Trust II
Painting With Light... Many Ways
9th International Juried Plastic Camera Show
Light Sensitive
The Artist's Hand
Family Matters
CoPA Ninth Midwest Juried Exhibition
Black White and Shades of Gray
In Light We Trust
Patterns in Nature
Ghost Garden
Actinic Festival
The Growing Season
Portraits 2014
8th Annual Plastic Camera Show
Regarding Beauty
In Light We Trust
Krappy Kamera
CoPA Seventh Midwest Juried Exhibition
Good Alternatives
One and Only
Interstate 94 to Hwy. 30, A Photographic Destination
Alternative Processes
Holga Out of the Box International Competition
Altered Views
CAG Annual Juried Show
Cell Phone III Photography
Mobile Photo
Black and White
Primary Colors
Lumen Eyes
Self Portraits
More Trees
Forward Wisconsin 2014
7th Annual Plastic Camera Show
CoPA Seventh Midwest Juried Exhibition
Text and Texture
WPCA Annual Members Show
Wax (in') Blue
CAG Annual Juried Show
Urban Wood Show
Antiquarian and the New Alchemy
Plastique Mystique and Heavy Metal
Works in Wax - New Encaustic Painting
The Big Picture
1st Annual Invitational Show
6th Annual Plastic Camera Show
Fine Art Photography
2012 CCC Annual Member Exhibit and Sale
CoPA Sixth Midwest Juried Exhibition
New Photo Expression 2012
Covered Bridge STUDIO TOUR
Altered Views
2012 Annual Members Exhibit
PhotoMidwest 2012
Wisconsin Photography 2012
National Juried Exhibition
Alternative Processes
Handcrafted Photography
CoPA Seventh Annual Members' Exhibition
New Works
The Growing Season
5th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show
All Things Big and Small
Aqua Bella
CoPA 5th Annual Midwest Juried Exhibition
Altered Views
CAG Annual Fall Show
Birds of a DIfferent Feather
Through Women's Eyes
4th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show
"The Little Show: Miniature Art Exhibit"
Steenbock Gallery's National Juried Exhibition
Quiet Places
CoPA's 4th Annual Midwest Juried Show
All Things Green
Alive in the Arts
Forward: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now
Eight Counties Exhibition 2010
"The Little Show: Miniature Art Exhibit"
MWA Members Show
1st Annual Alternative Photography Contest
Coalition of Photographic Arts (CoPA)
Hand colored photographs
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