Through July 18, the exhibition,”Shoot ‘n Southern,” at the Mobile Museum of Art examines the prominent role of women artists in fine art photography, in particular those with a Southern heritage or Southern experiences. Vaughn’s photographs of traditional African-American gardens of the South are featured. Her book, “Places of the Spirit: Traditional African American Gardens,” published by Trinity University Press will be available in bookstores in September.
In ” The Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan” travel article by Carrie Culpepper, number 3: “Meet Hudson’s Emerging Artists and Photographers” features the Davis Orton Gallery, “in the emerging belo3rd district” and June’s artists: Lisa Kessler and Elliot Ross.
Two of Nadine Boughton’s photocollages, including “Evening News,” exhibited recently at the Davis Orton Gallery, have been selected for inclusion in the 16th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Griffin Museum of Photography. Juried by Joerg Colberg, author of the photography blog, “Conscientious,” a website dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography, the show will run from June 30 – August 29, 2010.