Gallery: Nam Nguyen
Nam Nguyen is a multimedia artist who enjoys photography, writing, and filmmaking. He has been published in Jabberwock Review, Cirque, J. Mane Gallery, Sunspot Lit, The Ephimiliar Journal, The Esthetic Apostle, Cardinal Sins, Ember Chasm Review, The RavensPerch, Wild Roof Journal, Havik, The Paragon Journal, The Finger Literary Journal, The Write Launch, Glass Mountain, and Chestnut Review. His work can be found in Issue 22 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Sarah Kohrs
Sarah Kohrs creates art with a unique perspective on how surround- ings kindle hope in even a disparaged heart. Find her photography in Blueline Literary Magazine, CALYX, Claudius Speaks, Columbia College Literary Review, Esthetic Apostle, In Layman’s Terms, Mt Hope, Mud Season Review, Ponder Review, Raven Chronicles, Virginia Literary Journal, and 3Elements. Surrounded by Shenandoah Valley mountains, Sarah is a poet, a potter, a homeschooling mother, director for Corhaven Graveyard (a preserved burial ground for African Americans enslaved on an antebellum plantation), managing editor for The Sow’s Ear Poetry Review, volunteer board member of Nasaruni Academy (a primary school for Maasai girls in Narok, Kenya), and more. Sarah has a B.A. in Archaeology and Classical Languages from The College of Wooster and a Virginia teaching license endorsed in Latin and Visual Arts. Find her online at: http://senkohrs.com and in Issue 21 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Martin Krafft
Martin Krafft received his undergraduate degree in Creative Writing and Economics at Emory University. He is currently a graduate student in photography at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. He hails from the sweet-tea-drinking part of rural Southern Maryland. His jobs have been many and mostly financially unrewarding: ranch hand, handy man, community organizer, preschool teacher, and video editor for an artist with dementia. His art and writing practice revolves around people’s search for meaning. His work can be found in Issue 21 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Guilherme Bergamini
Guilherme Bergamini is a Brazilian reporter, photographic and visual artist, with a degree in journalism. For more than two decades, he has developed projects with photography and the various narrative possibilities that art offers. The works of the artist dialogue between memory and social political criticism. He believes in photography as the aesthetic potential and transforming agent of society. Awarded in national and international competitions, Guilherme has participated in collective exhibitions in thirty countries. His work can be found in Issue 20 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Roger Camp
Roger Camp is the author of three photography books including the award winning Butterflies in Flight (Thames & Hudson, 2002) and Heat (Charta, Milano, 2008). His work has appeared in numerous journals including The New England Review, New York Quarterly, and the Vassar Review. His work is represented by the Robin Rice Gallery, NYC. His work can be found in Issue 7 and Issue 20 of Glassworks.
Gallery: John Chavers
John Chavers enjoys working as an artist and photographer. His work has appeared in The Oakland Review, THAT Literary Review, Azahares Literary Magazine, Saw Palm, and The Healing Muse among others. Recent juried exhibitions include the Missoula Art Museum, Foundry Art Center, Amarillo Museum of Art, Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery, Orr Street Studios, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, and Purdue University Fountain Gallery, as well as a recent solo show at the Deiglan Gilfélagið Gallery in Akureyri, Iceland. In June 2020, he will be a guest artist with The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (SIM) at Seljavegur in Reykjavík. His work can be found in Issue 20 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Faizan Adil
Faizan Adil is a Lahore, Pakistan based documentary and conceptual photographer currently pursuing a Master’s degree in photography from Interactive Design Institute. You can follow him on Instagram as: @Faizan_Adil. His work can be found in Issue 19 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Morgan Stephenson
Morgan Stephenson is a photographer based out of Bloomington, Indiana. Morgan works photographically to both examine and critique the social, cultural, and communal expectations placed on southern, middle-class women and its legacy within family generations. She graduated magna cum laude with a B.F.A. in photography from the Memphis College of Art and is currently a candidate for a M.F.A. in studio art from the University of Indiana at Bloomington. Her photographs have been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work can be seen in Issue 19 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Laurie Borggreve
Laurie Borggreve studied design, studio arts, and art history in Minneapolis, then worked as an art director and designer in San Francisco to support her career in fine arts. With a background in both art and design, she uses a multidisciplinary approach to stretch the potential of materials and craft the hundreds of handmade components that form each artwork. She now creates award winning work out of her studio in Minneapolis that is exhibited across the country. Find her work in Issue 18 of Glassworks and keep up with her current projects on Instagram: @laurieborggreve
Gallery: Rodrigo Etcheto
Rodrigo Etcheto is a native of the Pacific Northwest; he began his excursions into the forests, mountains, and coast as an exercise in philosophical contemplation. Spending time alone in the wilds turned from a therapeutic endeavor into a passion for capturing the unique moments he saw. An avid reader and student of philosophy, Rodrigo derives much of his inspiration from the works of the ancient Stoics and Epicureans. He is obsessed with the ow of time and themes of change, impermanence, life death and rebirth, and tranquility. His work can be seen in Issue 18 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Nicoletta Poungias
Nicoletta Poungias is an aspiring autodidact photographer from Germany, born in 1993, who identifies as an intersectional feminist and firmly believes that kindness and generosity are severely under-rated. She focuses primarily on portraiture. You can find her work in Issue 18 of Glassworks and at: www.poungias.com
Gallery: Bruce Louis Dodson
Bruce Louis Dodson is an American expat living in Borlänge, Sweden, where he practices photography and writes fiction and poetry. His most recent work has appeared in: Foreign & Far Away (Writers Abroad Anthology), Trip of a Lifetime Anthology (Sleeping Cat Books), Pirene’s Fountain, Tic Toc Anthology (Kind of a Hurricane Press), Storm Cycle Anthology (Kind of a Hurricane Press), Vine Leaves, Cordite Poetry Review, Buffalo Almanac, mgversion2>datura, Maintenant 11, Door Is A Jar, Popshot, Last Call (Raven Chronicles), Proverse Poetry Prize Anthology, and Without Words Anthology (Kind of a Hurricane Press). His work can be seen in Issue 17 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Frank Styburski
Frank Styburski photographs abstract patterns, shapes, and reflections found in everyday things. He lives in Chicago and works on its streets where he developed his skills and honed his eye for pictures. He is a past Board Member of Northwest Arts Connection - an advocacy group dedicated to presenting art with connections to the community, on Chicago's northwest side. He established the Shot of Art series of art exhibits at PERKOLATOR in the Irving-Austin Business District of Chicago and served as its original curator. He shows his work in galleries and nontraditional exhibit spaces where people gather to work, play, and do business. He has participated in numerous group and solo shows in collaboration with community groups, arts advocacy organizations and small businesses. Styburski's work has recently been on display at the Polish Museum Of America, the Illinois State Museum in Lockport, and Harold Washington Library Center. His work may be seen in Issue 14 of Glassworks and at his web site: http://www.frankstyburski.weebly.com
Gallery: C.F. Sanchez
C.F. Sanchez resides in Philadelphia, where he practices his craft of street photography. His work is inspired by the everyday happenings of life in the various neighborhoods of Philly. C.F. Sanchez also works as a freelance photojournalist, and his work has been published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and various magazines. When he’s not busy observing the streets of his city, C.F. prefers escaping into nature for a long hike, camping, or some fishing. Sanchez's work is featured in Issue 12 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Thomas Gillaspy
Thomas Gillaspy is a northern California photographer with an interest in urban minimalism. His photography has been featured in numerous magazines including the literary journals: Compose, DMQ Review and Citron Review. Gillaspy's work is featured in Issue 12 of Glassworks. Further information and additional examples of his work are available at: www.thomasgillaspy.com and www.flickr.com/photos/thomasmichaelart/
Gallery: Fred Siegel
Fred Siegel, when not taking pictures, spends his time advising Honor, an early stage company that helps older Americans remain in their homes longer as they age, is advisor to Years Of Living Dangerously, a television series dealing with climate change, and works with Stand Up To Cancer, a non-profit working to find cures for cancer. Siegel's work is featured in Issue 11 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Toni Bennett
Toni La Ree Bennett, writer and photographer, attended the University of Washington where she received her Ph.D. in English and a Certificate in Photography. Verbal work has appeared in Puerto del Sol and Hawaii Pacific Review, among other publications, and she has several poems in the anthology The Muse Strikes Back. Visual work has appeared in Stickman Review, Tryst, Pierian Springs, Gin Bender Poetry Review, Blue Fifth Review, and Atomic Petals with imminent publication of five photos in Gravel. Her work has appeared in many exhibitions in the Seattle area. Bennett's work is featured in Issue 10 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Clarissa Colletti
Clarissa Colletti approaches photography in a stylistic manner. She is particularly inspired by nature and the abstract and constantly drawn to reflections and shadows. She studied photography at Denison University from traditional darkroom to digital, however, she is most happy when working with alternative processes. Her work has been shown in Chicago at Morpho Gallery, RAW: Natural Born Artists, and State of the Art Chicago. In addition, her photograph Strawberry Patch won second place in the Prairie Art Alliance Images of Illinois 2013. Clarissa’s work is featured in Issue 9 of Glassworks. See more of her art at: cseephotography.com
Gallery: Ira Joel Haber
Ira Joel Haber was born and lives in Brooklyn. He is a sculptor, painter, book dealer, photographer and teacher. His work has been seen in numerous group shows both in USA and Europe and he has had 9 one man shows including several retrospectives of his sculpture. His work is in the collections of The Whitney Museum Of American Art, New York University, The Guggenheim Museum, The Hirshhorn Museum & The Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Haber's work is featured in Issue 8 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Virginia Mallon
Virginia Mallon is a painter, photographer and blogger with a focus on both human and environmental subjects. Her goal is to reflect and comment on the current state of the world whether it is the psychological undercurrent of contemporary society, environmental issues, or the challenges of the ordinary, the everyday life. Mostly, she hopes to illustrate the juxtaposition of man and nature while paralleling the strengths and vulnerabilities of each. Mallon's work is featured in Issue 8 of Glassworks. See more of her work at: www.VirginiaMallon.com
Gallery: Amber Carpenter: Vacant Purpose Series | Beauty & Utility
Amber Carpenter is a writer, poet, and amateur photographer. She completed her Master of Arts in English from East Carolina University with a concentration in nonfiction and poetry. She prefers macro photography and continues to learn more about being behind the lens. Winston-Salem, North Carolina is where she currently resides and works as an adjunct Developmental English & Reading instructor at a local community college. Carpenter's work is featured in Issue 7 of Glassworks.
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Gallery: Eleanor Leonne Bennett | Beauty & Utility
Eleanor Leonne Bennett is a 16-year-old internationally award-winning photographer and artist who has won first places with National Geographic, The World Photography Organisation, Nature’s Best Photography, Papworth Trust, Mencap, The Woodland trust and Postal Heritage. Her photography has been published in the Telegraph, The Guardian, BBC News Website and on the cover of books and magazines in the United states and Canada. Her art is globally exhibited. Bennett's work is featured in Issue 7 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Laura Hinton | Beauty & Utility
Laura Hinton is the author of a poetry book, Sisyphus My Love (To Record a Dream in a Bathtub), published by BlazeVox Books, and a critical book, The Perverse Gaze of Sympathy: Sadomasochistic Sentiments from Clarissa to Rescue 911 (SUNY Press). She is also the co-editor of the essay collection (with Cynthia Hogue), We Who Love to Be Astonished: Experimental Women’s Writing and Performance Poetics (University of Alabama Press).
Gallery: Christine Brandel | Beauty & Utility
Christine Brandel is a British American artist, currently living and teaching in the American Midwest. Her work has appeared in print and online in the US and UK. Brandel's work is featured in Issue 7 of Glassworks.
Gallery: Lori Blake | Beauty & Utility
Lori Blake is a teacher, poet, and hobby photographer from Raleigh NC. She enjoys finding the beauty in objects that others consider worthless or ugly. Blake's image is featured in Issue 7 of Glassworks. You may see more of her work at http://bluemangoimages.deviantart.com/gallery/ or www.facebook.com/bluemangoimages.
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Gallery: Nicholas Levy
Nicholas Levy is a graduate student at the University of Chicago, specializing in the history of the former Soviet Union with a particular focus on the social history of state-sponsored urban development projects. Central Asia (including Uzbekistan), at the periphery of the Russian/Soviet empires and the center of a particularly Soviet colonial endeavor, is another focus of his research. Between 2007 and 2011, Nicholas worked in Moscow as an editor of documentary films and host of the popular science show "Technology Update" on Russia Today television.