Pictura Gallery

JPEGS OF SEPARATION Pt. 5

June 29, 2020

Today’s challenge was given to Samantha Johnston, Executive Director at Colorado Photographic Arts Center, by Mia...

JPEGS OF SEPARATION Pt. 4

June 22, 2020

Today’s challenge was given to Daniela, FAR’s Creative Director by Mia…

Tara Fallaux | Living On the Edge

June 15, 2020

My psychological space is crowded these days...

Protest Through the Eyes of Gabriella Angotti-Jones and Lynsey Weatherspoon

June 8, 2020

Today we celebrate the power of two image makers as participants and witnesses… OR Each and every Black life matters....

Cince Johnston | O+

June 1, 2020

I often feel as though I am tethered to others by tender, invisible threads...

JPEGS OF SEPARATION Pt. 3

May 25, 2020

Today’s challenge was given to Mia, by Andy Mattern…

Bea Blousson

May 18, 2020

Bea’s pictures convey the feelings of a society as it wades through endless accounts of government corruption…

Isabelle Pateer | Unsettled

May 4, 2020

Through Pateer’s eyes, we wander a community that has metamorphosed into a ghost town…

Sarah Malakoff | Second Nature

April 20, 2020

Maybe you’ve been wondering when and why you chose to live with the particular objects that surround you…

Virtual Happy Hour + Studio Visit with Andy Mattern

April 13, 2020

Andy Mattern let us roam through his studio…

JPEGS OF SEPARATION Pt. 02

April 6, 2020

Today’s challenge was given to Osamu James Nakagawa, by Mia

Introducing JPEGS OF SEPARATION

March 30, 2020

Photographer, Joshua Dudley Greer, made up a new game that I am kind of obsessed with…

Lee Marie Sadek | I-Noise

March 23, 2020

Sadek’s project explores a period in his life when he developed an obsessive fear of noise…

Cecilia Borgenstam | Here/Not Here

March 18, 2020

I suppose we all have different reasons that a specific picture has the ability to hook us…

Kurt Tong | Patrick Wack

March 9, 2020

Both projects search for cultural identity, and they both acknowledge an inability to create a clean and tidy box from what they’ve found…