13th Annual Self-Published Photobook Show

TWO EXHIBITIONS plus Online Catalog

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Davis Orton Gallery and Griffin Museum of PhotographyDAVIS ORTON GALLERY EXHIBITION
Hudson NY

November 19 – December 18, 2022
Reception: Saturday, December 3, 3-5pm

Winchester, MA.  January 12 to February 26, 2023
Reception Saturday, January 14, 4-6pm

Crista Dix, Executive Director, Griffin Museum of Photography
Karen Davis, Curator/Cofounder, Davis Orton Gallery

Leah Abrahams…Do You See What I See?
Steve Anderson…Surruralism Retrospective Part Two
Nancy Baron…Riders on the 10
Peter Baumgartner…Foliage
Robin Boger…Summer: A Season in Farlow Park
Shannon Davis…Controlled Burn
Jane Ebaugh & John Verner…Care Through Touch
Beth Galton…Covid Diary
Joe Greene…Ashtray
Lynn Harrison…At Peace in Nature
Jane Hopkins…Cemetery Reflections
Judi Iranyi…Arg-e-Bam
Doug Johnson…Places Faces
Laura June Kirsch…Romantic Lowlife Fantasies
Sal Taylor Kydd & Dawn Surratt…A Passing Song
Julia Kuskin…Phone Book
Flynn Larson…Cosmic Dance
Tony Loreti…Garden in the Fens
Linda Morrow…Learning to Swim
Laila Nahar…Color of Life: Old Delhi  

Dale Niles…What Lies Within
Ann Rosen…Ascending Towards Normalcy
Elliot Schildkrout…Standing in the Mirror
Jon-Marc Seimon…#kaddish
Robindeep Singh…Anywhere but Nowhere & Saddapind
David Sokosh…Things That Look Like the Moon (but are not the moon)
Thomas Whitworth…More Constructed Scenarios
Sharon Wickham…Seeing Paint with Joan


Books are Jaye R. Phillips’ recurrent theme, vessel, tool, and inspiration. Her Choreography Notebook is part of her ongoing collage series which arose from her photography of books….books as vessels containing traces, messages, shards, dreams, openings, awakenings, and voices.
The medium of collage for Phillips gathers fragments of light and time and allows moving forward and backward in time and space. In terms of light as an element, She also see books as reflectors and absorbers of the visual.

Phillips is drawn to the writer John Berger and his grounding words from Keeping a Rendezvous:
When we read a story, we inhabit it. The covers of the book are like a roof and four walls. What is to happen next will take place within the four walls of the story….the story’s voice makes everything its own.,

Artist Bio

Jaye R. Phillips is fine art and performance photographer living and working in Arlington, Massachusetts. Her photographs have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions including at Harvard University, Addison Gallery of American Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art/Chicago, and the DeCordova Art Museum. Her most recent group show was in Half the Sky: Intersections in Social Practice Art at LuXun Academy of Fine Arts in Shenyang, China.
Her work is included in the Polaroid International Collection and the Harvard Theatre Arts Collection.

She has photographed professionally for dance companies including Boston Ballet, Streb/SLAM, Eiko and Koma, and the Institute of Contemporary Art/Art and Dance series.

Her work has appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Art Forum, WGBH-TV La Plaza series, Time is not Even, Space is not Empty published by the Walker Art Center, and Zapotec Weavers of Teotitlan published by the Museum of New Mexico Press. She studied photography with Minor White at MIT, and studio arts at the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston.