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Exhibitor History

Dominic Lippillo
Starkville, MS USA
In, “Stories We Tell Ourselves”, my fascination with memory, landscape, vernacular images, and narrative coalesce in a series of constructed photographic images. Drawing influence from painter, Edward Hopper, and writer, Raymond Carver, the goal of my photographic series is to create open-ended narratives that are set in non-specific American landscapes to create a visual conversation where loneliness and longing border bewilderment and hope in depictions of mundane daily happenings. Throughout the series, I use figures extracted from vernacular images purchased second hand to composite into vacant landscapes. The depicted figures and landscapes activate one another while taking on new visual roles to signify generalities, rather than specificity and individuality. In doing so the constructed images develop new meanings that have now become mysterious rather than innocent.


Pathways and Passages

Semi Truck
Black & White

Man Holding Bottle
Black & White

Woman Holding Child
Black & White

Man Wearing Bow Tie
Still Life/Life Still



Upcoming Exhibits


After 99 Exhibitions we're taking a break. 

Over the next month or two we are planning to do some work on our web site and better organize and advertise our inventory of fabulous prints we have been collecting. We also want to host a few more workshops and photographer community events.

Once we regroup, for our 100th exhibit, we are planning to host our 4th Champlain Valley Photo Slam Probably in November/December.

We really appreciate all the support we have received over the last seven years and queries from eager photographers about future exhibitions.

Stay tuned! 


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