(c) Corinne Adams,Tent 1   Corinne Adams

Tent 1, 2004

Archival pigment print

45" x 32"

Signed on the recto

$1,200 (framed)

Donated by the artist, courtesy of galerie MC

Corinne Adams says that her work explores "oddities in the daily landscape-placements and juxtapositions of objects that give new meaning to everyday life." She captures her dreamlike images with an array of toy cameras, and for this photograph she used a 1953 Brownie Holiday Flash. The photograph was exhibited in the 2005 Juried Exhibition Photography: MOCA GA @ SunTrust Plaza. Her work is in the permanent collections of The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA), Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and Los Angeles (LAX) International Airports, and corporate collections including King & Spalding, Kirkley & Payne, Western International Media, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance, and Ritz-Carlton, Westin, Mandarin, Four Seasons, and Omni hotels across the U.S. Adams was a co-founder of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

(c) Peter Bahou, Lambhenge   Peter Bahouth

Lambheng, 2002

Stereoscopic photograph, Edition 3 of 10

Stand for viewer is 43" tall, viewer is 4" x 4" x 2"

Signed on slide casing


Donated by the artist

Peter Bahouth's work is stereoscopic, or 3D, photography, a process that was developed in the 1830s. Bahouth designs his own viewers, often incorporating sculpture, sound, or signage, as an invitation to look-to observe the photograph outside present context. Like looking through a hole in a fence, it is a peek behind the surface that requires the active choice and participation of the viewer. Bahouth's stereoscopic photography has been shown at Jackson Fine Art, Spruill Gallery, ShedSpace, and the Atlanta Photography Group Gallery. His exhibition Post No Bills, consisting of 30 viewers placed in pedestrian areas of Midtown, Atlanta, and Decatur, was the 2004 Public Art Project for Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

(c) Sheila Pree Bright, Untitled #8   Sheila Pree Bright

Untitled #8, from the Suburbia Series, 2005

C-print, Open edition

16" x 20"

Signed on the recto


Donated by the artist

20% discount on framing donated by Myott Studio

With her current Suburbia Series, Sheila Pree Bright explores suburban life within the African American culture. She aims to show an "alternative portrayal of suburbia, a contrast between the American media's projection of 'typical' African American communities and a realistic picture of normal African American daily life." She does so by showing us glimpses of interiors enigmatically occupied. Pree Bright was the winner of the 2006 Santa Fe Prize for Photography. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions, including Saturday Night/Sunday Morning at The African American Museum of Philadelphia; the traveling exhibition Reflections In Black: A History of Black Photographers 1840 to the Present; and Locating the Spirit: Religion and Spirituality in African American Art at the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum in Washington, D.C.; and is included in public and private collections throughout the United States. Pree Bright received her MFA in photography from Georgia State University, and she is represented by Charles Guice Fine Art Photography in Berkeley, California.

(c) David Burdeny_Plage   David Burdeny

Plage de Bon Secours aiment M.K. (Beach Pool), 2004

C-print, Edition 4 of 35

13" x 13"

Signature and edition in pencil on mat; copyright, signature, title, date, and edition, also on back of mount


Donated by gallery Davis Waldron

20% discount on framing donated by Myott Studio

Vancouver photographer David Burdeny's recent body of work was made along the shorelines of Japan, Northern France, and the Pacific Northwest. Thematically, it continues his "interest in the thresholds that divide and connect the sea to land. Through these journeys [he] attempts to communicate a universality or homogeneity in these disparate locations." He searches for compositions that reduce the scenes down to their essence, and he seeks to capture a "sublime experience located in ordinary space." Working in large format with black and white film, Burdeny photographs during the soft light of dusk and dawn. Burdeny has been exhibiting in Canada for the past three years and is now represented in Atlanta by gallery Davis Waldron.

(c) Oraien Catledge, Baby_in_Window   Oraien Catledge

Untitled (baby on ledge)

Silver gelatin print

Modern print, printed by the artist

16" x 20"


$1,150 (framed)

Donated by the artist, courtesy of Jackson Fine Art

Born in Mississippi in 1928 and living in Atlanta for the past thirty-seven years, Oraien Catledge has established himself as the "picture man" of Atlanta's famed in-town neighborhood, Cabbagetown. The old mill in the heart of Cabbagetown, now affluent lofts, closed its doors in the early 1970s; but the Appalachian people who worked in the mill remained in the odd and eccentric neighborhood nestled in downtown Atlanta. In May of 1980 the news broke that the neighborhood was fighting developers, and Oraien, intrigued with the story and people, took off with his Leica and a loaded station wagon full of film. Over the next fifteen years, Oraien dedicated his life to this small community by taking over 25,000 negatives of the people, the mill, and the life in which they lived. Oraien gifted prints back to those he photographed. Adorning the walls of these individual's homes, Oraien’s photographs instilled a sense of hope and worth to a proud community who had worked so hard and were now faced with the trials and tribulations of the new and ever-growing metropolitan Atlanta. In 1985, University of Texas Press published Cabbagetown, a selection of photographs from this series. His work has been exhibited recently in Atlanta and New York City and can be found in the collection of the High Museum of Art.

(c) Ruth Dusseault, Mill Substructure   Ruth Dusseault

Mill Substructure, 1999

C-print, 1 of 1

16" x 20"


$2,300 (frame)

Donated by the artist, courtesy of Fay Gold Gallery

Frame donated by Myott Studio

Ruth Dusseault's various projects explore the relationship between architecture and utopianism. Since 1999, she has tracked the transformation of an historic industrial site in midtown Atlanta in her Atlantic Steel Redevelopment Project, which is on view as part of the New Photography exhibition at the High Museum of Art until October 1, 2006. She has also curated exhibitions that combine ideas from art and architecture, including Terrain Vague: Photography and Architecture in the Post-Industrial Landscape, which originated at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center and traveled to the Carnegie Museum of Art. Dusseault is Artist-in-Residence at Georgia Tech's College of Architecture. Her work is exhibited and collected internationally, including the 2005 international Convergence exhibition in Beijing, China. She is represented by the Fay Gold Gallery in Atlanta and is collected by the High Museum of Art, the Greenville Museum, the Southeast Louisiana University, Heath Gallery, Alston & Bird, Carson & Guest, Lucinda Bunnen, Tulane University, and Images Photography Collection. She has received over a dozen artist grants and awards, including a 2006 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. She was nominated for the 2006 Louis Comfort Tiffany award and was awarded the 2003 Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award.

(c) Jon Goodman, Lone Tree   Jon Goodman

Lone Tree, North Canyon, 1991


10" x 13" image (15" x 19" paper)

Signed on the verso


Includes a signed copy of artist's book

Donated by Bob Yellowlees

20% discount on framing donated by Myott Studio

Jon Goodman has been practicing photogravure since 1976. Initial funding was provided by a fellowship from the Thomas J. Watson Foundation. Subsequently, he worked with Aperture and the Paul Strand Foundation to produce Photogravure Portfolios of the early work of Paul Strand, Edward Steichen, and early British photography. Since 1984, he has operated a studio, Jon Goodman - Photogravure, devoted to producing editions for publishers, artists, photographers, and museums. His work can be found in many public collections including the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Bibliotheque National in Paris, The Musee de L'Elysee in Lausanne, Switzerland, and Polaroid International in Amsterdam. His studio is located in Florence, Massachusetts. This image is included in the Saint Louis Museum of Art's summer exhibition Recent Landscape Photography: The Intimate and the Sublime, May 26 - September 17, 2006.

(c) Joseph Guay, Empty Hands   Joseph Guay

Empty Hands, 2006

Silver gelatin print, Edition 1 of 15

24" x 20"

Signed on the recto

$2,850 (framed)

Donated by the artist

Frame donated by Myott Studio

Joseph Guay became known in Atlanta for his resin-covered photographs of flowers. Working in the studio, Guay photographed then painted on the images to isolated single forms against black or cream backgrounds. The works conveyed a quiet strength and dignity that he continues to capture in his portraits of indigenous cultures of South America. This particular image is from three weeks spent traveling through the Eastern borders of Peru and Bolivia, concentrating on Cuzco, Macchu Pichu, and the Pizac ruins. The Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, and the Sir Elton John Collection, Atlanta, have collected Guay’s work. It is also included in the corporate collections of Alston & Bird and Arthur Blank and in numerous private collections.

(c) Sarah Hobbs, Overcompensation   Sarah Hobbs

Untitled (overcompensation), 2006

Chromogenic print, Edition 1 of 2 Artist Proofs

24" x 30"


$2,900 (framed)

Donated by the artist, courtesy of Solomon Projects

Frame donated by Myott Studio

In her most recent series, Does This Sound Like You?, Sarah Hobbs continues her psychologically-based work, this time exploring the human tendency to categorize ourselves and others based on dominant personality traits. The title of the series was inspired by the recent proliferation of self-help books and websites that claim to assist the untrained person in self-diagnosis. While the implications of such could be precarious, Hobbs approaches her subject matter with wit and familiarity. Hobbs grew up in Columbus, Georgia and holds a BA in Art History and an MFA in Photography from the University of Georgia, Athens. She lives and works in Atlanta. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Sir Elton John Collection, among others. Hobbs’s work was featured in a 2004 solo exhibition at the Knoxville Museum of Art and reviewed in Art in America.

(c) Billy Howard, Desmond Tutu   Billy Howard

Portrait session of an individual or family

Includes one 8" x 10" or 11" x 14" print

Portrait session can be at the photographer’s studio or anywhere in the metro Atlanta area.


Pictured here, portrait of Desmond Tutu

Billy Howard is a commercial and documentary photographer with an emphasis on health, education, and social themes. He is the author of Epitaphs for the Living: Words and Images in the Time of AIDS; Angels and Monsters: A Child's Eye View of Cancer; and Portrait of Spirit: One Story at a Time, images of people with disabilities with an introduction by Christopher Reeve. His work has been exhibited internationally and has been featured on Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, NPR, HBO, and TBS. He has traveled the world documenting health and social issues in developing countries and teaches a workshop on documentary photography at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography in Montana.

(c) Sze Tsung Leong, 204th Street, Gretna, Nebraska   Sze Tsung Leong

204th Street, Gretna, Nebraska, 2002

Chromogenic color print, Edition 2 of 15

20" x 24"

Signed, numbered, titled, and dated on the verso

$2,350 (framed)

Donated by the artist, courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery

Frame donated by Myott Studio

Since 2002, Sze Tsung Leong has been photographing dramatic urban change, and he is best known for his images of China. This image interested him because "it is truly the edge of the city-beyond is a flat, seemingly continuous horizon of undeveloped landscape." Sze Tsung Leong was born in Mexico City in 1970, and currently lives and works in New York. He has exhibited his work internationally, including the High Museum of Art's 2006 New Photography exhibition and the 2006 Havanna Biennial. History Images, a book on his work, has recently been published by Steidl. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts. His work is represented by Yossi Milo Gallery in New York. His work is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, and the International Center of Photography, among others.

(c) Beth Lilly, Highland View   Beth Lilly

Highland View, 2005

Archival pigment ink on photo rag paper, Edition 2 of 15

20" x 13" image (22" x 17" paper)

Signed, dated, editioned, and titled in pencil on the verso


Donated by the artist, courtesy of galerie MC

20% discount on framing donated by Myott Studio

Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Beth Lilly received her undergraduate degree in film production from the University of Georgia and a MFA in photography in 1993 from Georgia State University. At Georgia State she studied under Guggenheim recipient John McWilliams, himself a student of Harry Callahan. Lilly's work has shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) in Atlanta; the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans; the Center for Photography in Woodstock, New York; the Mobile Museum of Fine Art; Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee; the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum of Fine Art in Roanoke, Virginia; Soho Photo Gallery in New York; and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Lilly's photographs are in the permanent collections of MOCA GA, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum of Fine Art, and the Southern Company, Atlanta.

(c) Suellen Parker, Having a Ball   Suellen Parker

Having a Ball (Keep On Keeping On), 2006

Pigment ink print, Edition 1 of 10

16" x 20"

Signed in pencil on the recto


Donated by the artist, courtesy of Jackson Fine Art

20% discount on framing donated by Myott Studio

Suellen Parker is an artist and fine art printer living in Atlanta. Her work is represented by Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta and Daniel Cooney Fine Art in New York. She received her MFA in photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Parker was selected as one of 50 promising emerging photographers featured in the exhibition ReGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow, curated by Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne Switzerland. ReGeneration has traveled to Switzerland, Italy, China and New York. Accompanying this exhibit is a book by the same name, published by Thames & Hudson in 2005 and Aperture in 2006. Parker was one of 14 photographers chosen for the 2005 juried exhibition Photography: MOCA GA @ SunTrust Plaza. Most recently; she was commissioned to create photomontages for The New York Times Magazine, and her work will be featured on the European art cable channel, Ikono TV.

(c) Pamela Pecchio, Monterey, Massachusetts   Pamela Pecchio

Monterey, Massachusetts, 2002

C-Print, Edition 2 of 10 (plus 2 AP)

18" x 23"

Signed in pen on the verso


Donated by the artist

20% discount on framing donated by Myott Studio

Pamela Pecchio grew up outside of Atlanta, moving to Athens in 1992 to pursue a BFA in Photography from the University of Georgia. She received her MFA in Photography from Yale University in 2001, and then worked as Production Manager for artist and Yale Professor, Gregory Crewdson. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally in cities including New York, Miami, Atlanta, Denver, Beijing, and Seville, Spain. She has taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Louisiana State University and is currently teaching at Duke University's Center for Documentary Studies. Selected collections include the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University, Davenport College of Yale University, and the Sloane Art Library at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

(c) Michael A. Smith, Jokulsarlon, Iceland   Michael A. Smith

Jokulsarlon, Iceland, 2004

Gelatin silver chloride contact print

8" x 20"

Signed and dated on the verso

$2,700 (framed)

Includes a signed copy of Michael A. Smith: A Visual Journey-Photographs from Twenty-Five Years.

Donated by Bob Yellowlees

Frame donated by Myott Studio

Michael A. Smith has been working in photography since 1966, and works exclusively in large format black and white. His photographs have been exhibited widely and are in the permanent collections of over 100 museums worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Art Institute of Chicago; the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and the Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto. Smith has received numerous grants and awards as well as commissions to photograph American cities. His first book, Landscapes 1975-1979, was awarded Le Grand Prix du Livre at the International Festival of Photography in Arles, France. His next book, Michael A. Smith: A Visual Journey-Photographs from Twenty-Five Years, marked the occasion of his twenty-five year retrospective exhibition at the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House in 1992. His first book of portraits, The Students of Deep Springs College, was published in 2000. He is currently working on a book of still life photographs, The Bonsai of Longwood Gardens, a collaborative work with his wife, the photographer, Paula Chamlee.

(c) Angela West, Dad With Machete   Angela West

Dad with Machete, 2005

C-print; Artist Proof

16" x 20"

Signed on the recto

$1,450 (framed)

Donated by the artist, courtesy of Jackson Fine Art

Frame donated by Myott Studio

Angela West's work focuses on her hometown, Dahlonega, Georgia, and its inhabitants. Her recent projects include portrait studies of small-town teenage girls, landscape explorations of her childhood neighborhood, and a series about her father. Her richly realized color photographs balance beauty and abundance, but with a hint of mystery and unease. West studied photography at the University of Georgia and received her MFA in photography from Yale University. She is represented in Atlanta by Jackson Fine Art. Her work has also been shown at the Smithsonian Institute, DC; the Hirshhorn Museum, DC; Yale University, Connecticut; and the Washington Center for Photography, DC. West's works are included in the collections of the High Museum of Art, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and the Sir Elton John Collection; and in 2006, she was one of four photographers included in the High Museum of Art's New Photography.

(c) Vik Muniz, Kyber Pass   Behind the scene tour of the High Museum of Art's photography collection with curator Julian Cox.

Space available for up to 8 people

Donated by Julian Cox

Pictured here, from the collection of the High Museum of Art:

Vik Muniz
Khyber Pass, Self Portrait as an Oriental, After Rembrandt (Pictures of Junk), 2005
Chromogenic print

The High Museum's photography collection numbers more than 3,800 works ranging in date from the 1840s until the present day, with an especially strong emphasis on American photographs made after 1945. Highlights include in-depth monographic holdings of Harry Callahan, Walker Evans, Clarence John Laughlin, Ralph Gibson, and Ernest Withers.

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