Exhibits

EXHIBIT Closed on December 10th 2010

Juror: Bruce K. Haley, Jr.

Juror's Choice: "Resilience" by Glenn Williams
of Caldwell, TX, USA

As fine art nature photographers, we create emotions, feelings and memories. Sometimes Mother Nature gives us the perfect light, the perfect composition, the perfect colors, and we are able to present our experience exactly as the lens captured it. Unfortunately, most of the time, she doesn't.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:16 November 10
Artists' Reception:19 November 10 17:30
Exhibit Closes:10 December 10
Color: The Spice of Light
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

This doesn't lessen the excitement, the drama, we experienced at the moment of capture.  At times like this, we have to go deep within ourselves to discover the colors, lines, and shapes that not only express what we experienced, but also transfer that emotion to the viewer. 

Juror's Statement:
Color: The Spice of Light
is an exercise in portraying nature, not necessarily in a realistic manner, but in a manner that portrays the excitement and creativity of the photographer at the moment of capture....expressing and portraying nature, in ways that the viewer hasn't seen or thought of. As a juror, I looked for images that I could emotionally relate to as well as images that expressed the creativity of the artist.

 

While I was given the opportunity to award two Juror Choice Awards, I feel that all the selected photographers expressed their creativity and emotional attachment to their work. I applaud them and I hope that you, the viewer, are able to see nature in a different light.

Bruce K. Haley Jr.


Resilience
Juror's Choice

Glenn Williams
Caldwell, Texas USA
tree seven
Juror's Choice

Lisa Sheirer
Thurmont, MD USA
Freedom
People's Choice

Britt Nielsen
Jericho, VT USA

lake eau galle

Amy Fichter
Menomonie, WI USA
The Morning Colors

Andrew Langdal
Scottsdale, AZ United States
Arizona's Canyon

Andrew Langdal
Scottsdale, AZ United States

Watercolor Dream

Britt Nielsen
Jericho, VT USA
Revealing II

Britt Nielsen
Jericho, VT USA
Purple Petals

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA

Lion Sense

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA
Fanning Streams

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA
FEATHERS

CATHERINE MORRIS
PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA

CANYON

CATHERINE MORRIS
PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA
THE BLUE POOL

CATHERINE MORRIS
PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA
Orchid Intense Up Close and Personal

Debra Kayata
Ocean City, NJ USA

After the Rain Intense Preservation

Debra Kayata
Ocean City, NJ USA
Green Forms # 3

Dri Reynolds
Athol, MA USA
Through the Tulips

Emilio Lovisa
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

The Color of Spring

Emilio Lovisa
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Leaves in Water

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Reflections of Autumn

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA

Summer Sunset

Gerry Davis
Williston, VT USA
Admired Sunset

Glenn Williams
Caldwell, Texas USA
Water colors

Haydee Yordan
San Juan, Puerto Rico USA

Liquid light

Haydee Yordan
San Juan, Puerto Rico USA
Whist 'n Weary

JD Brummer
Buffalo, NY USA
Fire and Light

JD Brummer
Buffalo, NY USA

Transition
SOLD

jeffrey Sutton
Istanbul, NA Turkey
Flow

jeffrey Sutton
Istanbul, NA Turkey
Middle Earth

Jenn Grossman
Brooklyn, NY USA

Glowing Agave

Jillian M. Duquaine-Watson
Richardson, TX USA
Flight of the Moth Mullein

Jim Shirey
Athens, OH USA
Autumn Aster

Jim Shirey
Athens, OH USA

Goliad In Spring

Jon Holiday
Fort Worth, TX USA
what I am I will be (1003001103_0001_0001)

Kelton Bumgarner
Drayden, Maryland USA
Just Perfect

Kristin Kaczmarek
Cranston, RI USA

Effulgence

Lawrence Yeung
Singapore, Singapore Singapore
Equinox

Lawrence Yeung
Singapore, Singapore Singapore
Aureate

Lawrence Yeung
Singapore, Singapore Singapore

tree six

Lisa Sheirer
Thurmont, MD USA
Great Basin Sunset

Nick Roberts
Louisville, KY USA
Black Mangrove

Paul Aho
Paducah, KY USA

Fall Dynamic

Rebecca Epstein
Washington, DC USA
Lulling Rhythms 18

Robin Ward
Monterey, CA USA
Vigor

Robin Ward
Monterey, CA USA

The Color Gold

Sandra Freeman
Dallas, TX USA
Flows Of the Mind

Sebastian Ventrone
South Burlington, VT USA
Moonrise

Susan Spong
Monroe, Washington USA

Phlorum Dansorum

wendy james
Essex Jct., VT USA
Sandstone

Yiannis Logiotatides
Athens, Attiki Greece

Juror: Bruce K. Haley, Jr.
Bruce uses the camera lens as his paint brush.  His bold and colorful presentation of nature has made his work much sought after throughout the United States.  Since November of 2002, Bruce’s award winning art has appeared in over one-hundred exhibitions in West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Colorado, North Carolina Michigan, and California.  His work is included in many corporate and private collections including six pieces purchased by the state of West Virginia for their permanent art collection.  In Bruce’s words, “Photography isn’t about f/stops, shutter speeds or equipment. it’s about living, feeling, seeing.  It’s about opening my mind to learning, not only about the people, places and things around me, but also, about me.  Photography, for me, is life living, life giving.”

EXHIBIT Closed on November 25th 2010

Juror: Jason Robinson

Juror's Choice: "Demure" by Rhye Tempest
of San Francisco, CA, USA

As part of our community outreach, Vermont Photo Space is hosting a Vermont High School Student only juried photography exhibit. We organized this effort with the help of Essex High School Photography teacher This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:1 November 10
Artists' Reception:5 November 10 17:30
Exhibit Closes:25 November 10
Within The Frame: Vermont High School Students Only
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

As photographers we select a slice of our world through our camera’s viewfinder.  Where we place the borders of this rectangle has power. We can entice our viewers with a fleeting moment or draw the viewer into a dynamic composition of lines, shapes, repetition, and tones.  Our photographs might evoke a strong mood or make a persuasive social statement. We can open eyes to seeing our everyday world in a new way. What power do your photographs hold?

Juror's Statement:

Images are what I do.  I see them, I create them and I help countless others realize their own. Imaging pays my bills and feeds my children.  I take imaging and artistic photography very seriously. So when I was asked to be a juror for this exhibition I was honored and stressed about judging not only images, but images of people just beginning the process of not only photography, but life.

There were two ways for me to approach judging these images, the way I know how, blunt and disconnected from the artist or empathetic and nurturing of young people’s perspective.  I initially used the methods that I had learned through many years of having my own work critiqued.  That is to be brutal and nitpick every out of place pixel and de-focused subject within the frame.  I did judge the entries three different times before allowing my blinders to widen a bit.  Eventually, along with my ridged critique guidelines I did allow my selections to be tinted with a new value, the quality of youth - this young artistic vocabulary is a blend of excitement, novelty and optimism.

My selections were not taken lightly. I expected every image that was entered to respect the rules of photography and art.  I wanted each image to have substance and to be enjoyable to look at.   I not only looked for overall composition, but use of the entire working space.  I wanted blank space to have a purpose within the image.  I looked for and put high merit in multiple compositions within the singular showing.  If the space around a subject is vacant because of poor cropping and not to strengthen the image, I discarded the image.  I also put high value on basic photographic skills.  I checked the focus of the image and had to make the distinction between selective focus and just being out of focus.  If there was use of shadows, I looked for details within those shadows or the intentional lack of detail creating a silhouette.  Lastly, I looked for the emotional connection. How does this image make me feel?  Is the photographer allowing me a sincere look into the artist’s life or are the photographs just an exercise in sentimentality?  Obviously the main goal of selection is to reward the strongest images according to me. I feel I have done this and I wish all of the students the best of luck and continued success in photography.


Demure
Juror's Choice
SOLD

Rhye Tempest
San Francisco, CA USA
Walk a Mile in my Shoes...
People's Choice
SOLD

Rhye Tempest
San Francisco, CA USA
Silhouette Girl

Addy Stricker
Jericho, VT USA

Blue

Alissa Yandow
Essex Jct., VT USA
Inquisitive.

Alyssa Marko
Shelburne, VT USA
Self Portrait

Anna Compere
Waitsfield, VT USA

Night Bloom

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA
Karin

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA
Silent

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA

night collage

Carly T
Moretown, VT USA
Rolling Dice

Caroline Edholm
Charlotte, VT USA
Untitled

Caroline Edholm
Charlotte, VT USA

Burlington Waterfront

Christian Goulette
Williston, VT USA
Three Mikes

Christian Goulette
Williston, VT USA
Seth Frey - Work & Play

Colin Cardinal
Essex Jct., VT USA

Captured Shadow

Dakota Deady
Underhill, VT USA
Trampoline Jump

Daniel Schechner
Shelburne, VT USA
Grain of Salt

Devon Preston
Jericho, VT USA

Plow

Dylan
South Burlington, VT USA
Spoked

Elainey Fitzpatrick
Essex Jct., VT USA
Kitchen 2010

Emma Hartswick
Jericho, VT USA

Tower

Haley Kessler
Jericho, VT USA
Looking Back

Helen Cox
Huntington, VT USA
Blue and Green

Helen Cox
Huntington, VT USA

scissor land

James Bayne
St. Albans, VT USA
Waiting.

Katie Gardner
South Hero, VT USA
Lamp Post

Katie Mckenny
south burlington, VT USA

Sock 'em

Kira Sevy
Jericho, VT USA
Xylophone

Kira Sevy
Jericho, VT USA
Strangers

Lindsey Flanders
Westford, VT USA

Waiting

Lindsey Flanders
Westford, VT USA
Wyatt
SOLD

Linnae O'Neil
Essex Jct., VT USA
old friends

Madison Carrig
Essex Jct., VT USA

Burlington, Vermont
SOLD

Maura Willey
Essex Jct., VT USA
Chained

Meaghan Hughes
Jericho, VT USA
A Gathering of Chickens

Meaghan Hughes
Jericho, VT USA

Missing: Key to the World

Meghan Cleary
South Burlington, VT USA
Contented Outlook

Paige Dunbar
Essex Jct., VT USA
Tender Toes of Point

Rhye Tempest
San Francisco, CA USA

Sister and Cousin

Shyla Walters
Essex Jct., VT USA
Loner

Stephanie Chang
South Burlington, VT USA
Observing a Person Observe People

Stephanie Chang
South Burlington, VT USA

steps to Sterling Pond

Sylvia E
Jericho, VT USA
My Brother

Taylor Reynolds
Essex Jct., VT USA
Old Bridge In Bath Maine

Taylor Ward
Essex Jct., VT USA

Skatepark

Tim Averill
Williston, VT USA
Lonely Bike

Tyler Santor
Colchester, VT USA
Candid Kiss

Tyler Santor
Colchester, VT USA

Landscape Reflection

Victoria Mousley
Jericho, VT USA
Lake Side View

Viktoriya Keshchyan
Burlington, VT USA

Juror: Jason Robinson

Jason Robinson is a photographer, graphic designer, and digital workshop instructor. He has been immersed in the photo industry for over eleven years. He regularly exhibits photography throughout Vermont and New York. Trained initially as a darkroom printer, Jason’s work presently embraces both traditional and digital technology. His work includes documentary and portrait photography. Although the majority of his images are still captured on film, the editing and printing is now done in a digital lab. Jason is the owner and manager of DESIGNHAUS art space and gallery as well as LeZot Camera in Burlington, Vermont. He is also an adviser to New England and upstate New York photographic educators.

EXHIBIT Closed on May 13th 2012

Juror: Linda Rutenberg

Juror's Choice:Vision Quest Site by Val Brinkerhoff - Elk Ridge, UT USA

Night photography reveals a world that we do not consciously see and offers photographers unique creative opportunities.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:19 April 12
Artists' Reception:22 April 12 00:00
Exhibit Closes:13 May 12
Night Light
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Night and day, dark and light - one implies the absence of the other.  But like yin yang, each has a bit of the other. The surprising thing to first time night photographers is how their images reveal things that the mind's eye does not see.  Different light sources reveal their true colors. Compared to daylight, directed and weaker light creates drama, contrast, mystery and mood. The dynamic range of light at night tends to be more in line with our tools abilities. Of course there are technical challenges with shooting in low light, but also tremendous creative opportunities. That's what we want to show with this exhibit. Do you work with existing light - or do you introduce your own? Maybe you paint with light emitting light brushes. How have you approached shooting at night to express your vision?

We want to see.

Juror's Statement:

It was very exciting reviewing the submissions for the contest.. They were varied, experimental in nature and people used their imaginations and tried different approaches. Some were very long exposures where we could see the movement of the stars, there was a lot of light painting, double exposures and then thoughtful and compositionally interesting night shots…

I think if there is one comment that I can make it would be that one must consider the composition.. I think a lot of people are just thrilled to get a good exposure and forget about the focus and the composition.. However, those two elements make the different e between the good shots and the great ones….

Linda Rutenberg


Vision Quest Site
Juror's Choice

Val Brinkerhoff
Elk Ridge, UT USA
Wired
Honorable Mention

Jean Remy Davée Guimarães
Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brazil
White Light
Honorable Mention

Jorge de la Torriente
Miami, FL USA

Manarola, Cinque Terre
People's Choice

Lou Borie
Richmond, VT USA
Steps, Midnight.

Adam Paul Verity
Lincoln, Lincolnshire UK
Wall, 2am.

Adam Paul Verity
Lincoln, Lincolnshire UK

Passing Through 7

Ajay Malghan
Laytonsville, MD USA
Before And After

Andrew Merlino
San Francisco, CA USA
Self-Portrait in Minneapolis

Anita Licis-Ribak
Barcelona, Catalunya Spain

Midnight Lady

Ashly Covington
Mechanicsville, VA USA
Old-Fashioned New England Winter

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA
Alpine Cliffside

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA

In a night-club. London, UK. 2012

Billy Macrae
London, Greater London UK
Gregory Lopez park 10:45p.m

Brandon Soder
Santa Fe, NM USA
North Franklin (whacked)

Brendan Eaton
Montpelier, VT USA

Arcs

Brendan Eaton
Montpelier, VT USA
late night visitor

Carmen Spitznagel
Sandberg-Waldberg, Germany
Bridge Lines

Carrie-Anne Gonzalez
East Northport, NY USA

Heartbroken

Corey Rondeau
Burlington, VT USA
Myanmar, Yangon Twins

CS Lee
Kuala Kurau, Perak Malaysia
Overpass

Dan Squires
Arlington, MA USA

You're Coming

Daniel Baird-Miller
Somerville, MA USA
Exposed1

Diego Meek-Fernandez
Mesa, AZ USA
Night Walk

Diego Meek-Fernandez
Mesa, AZ USA

Abandoned in Darkness

Dottie Campbell
Baltimore, Maryland USA
Surprise Shower

durga Garcia
Williston, SC USA
Traveling Night Light

Elisabeth Pollaert Smith
Larchmont, NY USA

Alone

Evgeny Vasenev
Seattle, WA United States
Rutsche Germany

Fabian Freese
42553 Velbert, NRW Germany
Pont de Bir Hakeim at Night - Paris

Gary Zuercher
Washington, DC USA

Puzzle Box

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Montréal and the snow

Hautcoeur Julien
Gatineau, Québec Canada
Full Moon Soliloquy, Venice, CA 2011 3/15

J. K. Lavin
Venice, CA USA

Reflections of a dream/ Venice canal behind Fenice

JEAN-MICHEL LABERGE
MONTREAL, QUÉBEC CANADA
Celestial harp / elevation of soul and transfigura

JEAN-MICHEL LABERGE
MONTREAL, QUÉBEC CANADA
Night Work

Jeff McCrum
Cranford, NJ USA

East Boston Dreams

Jeff McCrum
Cranford, NJ USA
Bethlehem Blue

Jeff McCrum
Cranford, NJ USA
Beach Lights

Jorge de la Torriente
Miami, FL USA

Olmsted tree

Katherine Moxhet
South Burlington, VT USA
What Glitters is Gold

Kevin Green
Charleston, IL USA
Smile

Lance Keimig
Pembroke, MA USA

Night Skate 9023

Laurent Aapro
Genève, Switzerland
Faerie 428

Laurent Aapro
Genève, Switzerland
Hong Kong Night

mark french
ellesmere port, cheshire uk

Cool Winters Night 01

Myron Freeman
Cambridge, MA USA
Night Shoot

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Crossing the Street

Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

Independence

Paul Sisson
Broomfield, CO USA
Pont Neuf, Paris, 1999

Robert Hecht
San Rafael, CA USA
Saranac River in Moonlight

Russ Hartung
Morrisonville, NY USA

Kodachrome Night

Sergio Dennis
Torrance, CA USA
Bombay Beach, Salton Sea.

Sergio Dennis
Torrance, CA USA
All Worn Out

Stephanie Nutt
Oregon, WI USA

Nightfall Comes to Cusco #2: The Overpass

Teresa Hernández
Sand Lake, MI USA
Hovenweep Castle

Val Brinkerhoff
Elk Ridge, UT USA
Jakob and the Whitetails

William Harper
Evanston, IL USA

Rhythm in Blues

William Horton
Boulder, CO USA
Other Considerations

wilson hurst
warrensburg, missouri USA
Spirits of Water

Yoong Wah Alex Wong
Istanbul, Turkey


Juror: Linda Rutenberg

Linda Rutenberg, a Montreal-born native, who has been a photographer for 30 years. Her MFA in Photography is from Concordia University. She's taught photography and worked as a freelance photographer for thirty years. Her fine art work has been exhibited internationally. She has produced several series:- Urban Visions, Sacred Sites, Terre Caliente, One Island - Many Cities, Mont Royal - A World Apart, The Spiritual Landscape and is presently working on a nocturnal garden series.

Linda has become particularly known for her striking images of flowers taken at night, revealed in a series of books, starting with The Garden at Night: Private Views of Public Edens (2007),After Midnight (2008)and The English Garden at Night (2009).

We're fortunate to have a dedicated to the night photographer serving as juror for Night Light.

EXHIBIT Closed on October 28th 2010

Juror: Tom Paiva

As the sun sets, a whole new world of photographic opportunities presents itself.  Buildings, streets and time lapse take on a different light at night. But don't stop there - ever hear of "Night life"? Carnivals?  Animals? People? Theater? There is a voyeuristic feel to night images, the viewer senses that they are observing life from the shadows.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:4 October 10
Artists' Reception:TBD
Exhibit Closes:28 October 10
After Dark
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Urban lights create high drama -  colors intensify and shadows loom. In the country, things become scary and still.  Is there just a hint of the sunset left?  Time lapse can create fantastic swirls of lights creating abstract compositions.  Juror Tom Paiva chose 49 images for exhibition at the Vermont Photo Space Gallery.

Juror's Statement

When I review a night photograph, one of the most important criteria is the balance of light from the extreme highlights to the deepest shadows, regardless of whether it is b+w or color.  This tonality is important to keep the viewers interest.  A night shot should have a sense of mystery and the composition should make your eye move around the image.  Of course, it must be technically perfect to make the grade.

Tom Paiva


Garage
Juror's Choice

Katherine Winter
Denver, CO USA
Porthole
People's Choice

Dan Squires
Arlington, MA USA
The Weight

Andrea Dailey
Lafayette, IN USA

Solitude

Arnab Ghosh
Delhi, New Delhi India
Frozen In Time

Arnab Ghosh
Delhi, New Delhi India
Industrial Ghost

Caleb Clapp
Boston, MA United States

Blue Night

Caleb Clapp
Boston, MA United States
Park

Catherin Colaw
Tempe, AZ USA
Garage - Swift Meats Fort Worth, Texas

Chris Burt
Dallas, TX USA

Regular Diesel

Chris Burt
Dallas, TX USA
Pottock Barn, Butte North Dakota

Chris Burt
Dallas, TX USA
Futuro House Munson, Texas

Chris Burt
Dallas, TX USA

Duluth, MN Lift Bridge

Derrick Burbul
Kearney, Nebraska USA
Lake View, Quisisana Resort

Elizabeth Dobson
Athens, Ohio USA
Snowfall on the Gowanus

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA

The Grille

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Celestial Navigation

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Big Big Love II

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Twister

Gerry Davis
Williston, VT USA
Earthman

Gordon Miller/Andrew McEachern
Waterbury, VT USA
Moretown Bridge Show

Gordon Miller/Andrew McEachern
Waterbury, VT USA

Starship 2000, LA County Fair

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Dancing In Heaven's River

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Brooklyn #1

Jake Potts
Denver, Co USA

NYC Winter

jessica andrews
middle village, NY USA
Webster Ave. Garage, Somerville, MA 2005

John Steck Jr.
Jamaica Plain, MA USA
Moon Over The Atlantic, Deer Isle, ME 2008

John Steck Jr.
Jamaica Plain, MA USA

This View Could be Yours, Everett, MA 2005

John Steck Jr.
Jamaica Plain, MA USA
I See Smoke Stacks, Somerville, MA 2005

John Steck Jr.
Jamaica Plain, MA USA
Sea Pride

Joseph Kerkman
Metairie, Lousiana USA

Headlights and Headstones

Joseph Kerkman
Metairie, Lousiana USA
Blue Motel

Katherine Winter
Denver, CO USA
La Fenice

Kay Marshall
brooklyn, ny USA

Elysian Fields

Ken Van Dyne
Cincinnati, OH USA
SNOWY NIGHT

larry darnell
Felton, CA USA
Morgan

Lauren Flotte
Savannah, GA USA

Grand Prix Nuit #6

Lewis Francis
Long Beach, CA USA
House and Fence - Plimoth Plantation

Marcella Davis
San Francisco, CA USA
Table and Breezy Willow

Marcella Davis
San Francisco, CA USA

Congress Street Bridge - Boston, MA

Marcella Davis
San Francisco, CA USA
Cold Night

Matthew S Miller
Bozeman, MT USA
Shadow Dancer

Omid Akhavan
Los Angeles, CA USA

Pool of dreams

Omid Akhavan
Los Angeles, CA USA
Forty Below, Fairbanks, AK

Patrick Cobb
Santa Fe, NM USA
Aurora at Granite Tors, Fairbanks, AK

Patrick Cobb
Santa Fe, NM USA

Red Pipes at Night

Sara Ronayne
Acton, MA USA
Spirits

Steven Duncan
Adelaide, South Australia AUSTRALIA
descent of stars

Younes
New Delhi, Delhi India

Juror: Tom Paiva

Tom Paiva has been a commercial photographer for over 20 years, specializing in industrial and architectural subjects. Night photography has been a passion for him for over 25 years and always tries to incorporate it in his commercial work. He has lead many night photography workshops and has taught photography at the college level.

Tom co-founded The Nocturnes, a group of night photographers who had a landmark exhibit in San Francisco in 1991.  His book, Industrial Night, contains 46 color images of industrial settings at night and Tom has over 70 cover images for various Trade Magazines to his credit.

The Darkroom Gallery is all about giving contemporary photographers the opportunity to have their work evaluated by a qualified juror for display in our Vermont gallery with very little expense or hassle. We provide free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibitions, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs. This makes it very easy and inexpensive to get your work on display.

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