ChatterArtists of the Month December 2009

Debbie Miracolo
Debbie Miracolo, whose “teen portrait project” we told you about in the Summer bulletin, will have selected images in a group show called “The Sweet Escape” which opens at the Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg, Florida this coming January.
For more information about the upcoming exhibition please visit:

© Debbie Miracolo

Barry Steven Greff
Then we have Barry Steven Greff, whose series “Flow” will be featured in the forthcoming 2009 Silvershotz International Journal of Fine Art Photography, Portfolio Edition – 
Some of these images are also currently on display at the Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta through the end of the year –

Barry has also placed 3rd in the Black and White Magazine “Single Image Competition” with the image below titled “30 Rock.” The winning and honorable mention images are featured in this months issue which can be found in your local Barnes & Noble book store.

© Barry Steven Greff

Steve Brickles
Next we have Steve Brickles who decided to stop and photograph these “Brilliant Trees” that he spotted when driving to a meeting in Oxford, England, earlier this year. These images will now be part of a group show at MV Labs in New York opening in March of next year. So you never know, if you see it, take those few minutes to stop and capture the image that stopped you in the first place.

© Steve Brickles

Gordon Watkinson
And then we have Gordon Watkinson, whose initial book project “BAUHAUS TWENTY-21: An Ongoing Legacy” has turned into a much larger endeavor. Not only has the book been published in three languages (so far) there is also now a traveling exhibition, which is currently in Europe, as well as workshops with the photographer. His is a great example of how the seed of an idea can grow and blossom into an entire project –

© Gordon Watkinson

Constance Jackson
And last but not least, we have Constance Jackson, an emerging photographer I worked with a couple of months ago. I was really struck by the beauty and the humor of her “Little Helper” series.

© Constance Jackson

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