The First Halloween Parade in Hudson, sponsored by COARC, Hudson Department of Youth and the Greenport Rescue Squad kicked off at 5:30 at 5th and headed down Warren Street to Promenade Hill Center where an all-ages Costume Contest was held. It was preceded by trick-or-treating by young and old in Warren Street shops that sported a Halloween-Whale logo (only in Hudson.) There was also a Haunted House for most and a “Pumpkin Patch” (less frightening) for the little ones!
Elliot Ross‘s new book, with 50 photographs from his on-going series, “Animal” has been published by Schilt Publishing in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and is distributed in London by Thames and Hudson and in the US by Ingram Book Company.
‘The haunting animal portraits of the American Elliot Ross question our relation to other creatures and the ways we perceive the animal world’. Manfred Zollner in fotoMAGAZIN
Elliot exhibited prints from “Animal” at the Davis Orton Gallery in June. The gallery has a selection of matted prints available.
One of seven b/w and color photographs by Sylvia Plachy are online at “Photobooth” the view from the New Yorker photo department. The images are from Sara Ruhl’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s “Orlando” at Classic Stage Company, on view through October 17. The image above is also in the October 11 edition of the magazine. Also on view through October 17 is “Apparitions,” photographs by Sylvia at the Davis Orton Gallery.
Last night in Hudson NY, belo3rd and all of Warren Street was buzzing. Six galleries and the Opera House had receptions including the reception at Davis Orton Gallery for Sylvia Plachy. Sylvia’s friends, family and fans are legion and a substantial portion filled the Gallery and continued onto the sidewalk – all there to meet her and see her show, “Apparitions.”
Ernie Button’s portfolio, “Back and Forth” has been published in the online magazine, F-Stop Magazine.
According to Button, “Changes in society aren’t always obvious. Sometimes they can be very subtle. The grocery store rides that many of us enjoyed as children are slowly disappearing from the urban landscape. That mechanical horse or the spaceship ride made a trip to the grocery store bearable as a child but now seems hard to find.” Five years ago, Button began his project of photographing these rides in black and white. He has returned to the same locations and shot roughly the same frame in color – perhaps at a different time of day or slightly different perspective – all to suggest change and the passing of time.
F-STOP MAGAZINE is an online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers from around the world. Each issue has a theme or an idea that the unites the photographs to create a dynamic dialogue among the artists.
Published online, bi-monthly since 2002.
Button’s series, “Cerealism” is currently on view at the Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson NY
The Photographer and the Self-Published PhotoBook
The self-published photobook is an exciting new avenue for photographers to present their work directly to the public. In addition, the photobook itself can be a work of art.
As part of the Davis Orton Gallery’s commitment to showcasing the work of contemporary photographers, the Gallery is sponsoring a juried photobook competition culminating in a gallery exhibition and sale.
PHOTOBOOK!! GALLERY EXHIBITION AND SALE
20 books exhibited
‘best of show’ exhibition of prints
12 month online catalog
JUROR: PAULA TOGNARELLI
Paula Tognarelli is the Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. The Griffin Museum of Photography is a small photography museum whose mission is to promote an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional and social impact. The Griffin Museum houses three galleries on-site, two virtual galleries and four satellite galleries.
Ms. Tognarelli is an avid collector of photography books.
November 18 to December 19, 2010
opening reception Saturday, November 20, 2010, 6 to 8 p.m.
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.