Evan Leavitt

July 2014       A Wet Seed Wild Artist’s Statement The American South exists in its own unique dimension of time, caught in juxtaposition between truth and myth. The sense of place I experience within the Southern environment is profound … Read More

Dan Routh

July 2014   Herbs Artist’s Statement Although my photography business is based out of Greensboro, I am a Randolph County native and live on my family’s 150-acre beef cattle farm on Routh Road in Grays Chapel. A lot of my personal … Read More

Todd Smith

July 2014   Untitled Artist’s Statement I became a photographer because I realized, after some early attempts at painting, that photography was a more pleasurable process, and the results were far more satisfying. I love the hunt, and I love the … Read More

Paul Hagedorn

July 2014   Hello, ladies!   Biography Paul Hagedorn (b. 1956) built his photographic reputation on a taxonomy of American and Western European cultural icons – the Eiffel Tower, Italian street scenes, Southern landscapes reminiscent of the Hudson River School … Read More

Rick Smith – Fauna

May 2014   Max With Toad Artist’s Statement I am fascinated by the natural world and, like my images of flora, these pictures are, in part, studies of beauty, but to a greater extent are depictions of personality and often humor. … Read More

Five Questions | Luna Press | by Nancy McCrary

March 2014   Interview with Josephine Sacabo   THE WRITER1. Your background is theatre and photography, your husband’s literature, specifically poetry. Tell us how this collaboration came together to form Luna Press. I studied literature in college and then ventured … Read More

Maude Schuyler Clay

posted in: Portrait, Profile, Southern Life

January 2014   Schuyler Clay Artist’s Statement For a very long time I resisted the idea of shooting digital pictures. Taking photographs in medium format film and then scanning the negatives was the way I dealt with the whole world “going … Read More

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