The Morini Gallery at MMAS is committed to supporting our local artists.
Untold: The stories we tell have the power to educate, enlighten, and enchant. Stories are mechanisms that help us order our lives and understand the world around us. If a picture’s worth a thousand words, what “Untold” story is told with your photographs?
Exhibition dates: January 17th – March 22nd 2020
Opening Reception: January 18th 2020, 5:00 – 7:00pm
Drop off dates: January 13th – 14th 2020, 10:30am – 4:00pm
Pick up dates: Postponed until April 20th and 21st, 10:30-4pm. Please call the office at 508-339-2822 and leave a message or send email if you would like to schedule a pickup prior to that date.
- Rich Berg – Fallen
- Rich Berg – Choices
- David Black – A Note Unsaid
- David Black – Bodhran
- David Black – Excess
- David Black – Wandress
- Linda Bonaccorsi – Checking You Out
- Linda Bonaccorsi – Cotton Balls with Legs (Piping Plover)
- Amanda Briggs – Hotel London
- Amanda Briggs – Untold Stories at the Spa
- Diane Danthony – Lit from Above; Doreen Ketchens in New Orleans
- Diane Danthony – Sharecropper’s Home, Sugar Cane Alley
- Trinette Doherty – Into the Unknown
- Gail Eckberg – Curtain Caught in Canal Breeze
- Dan Gyves – Winter Stillness
- Dan Gyves – Life Before Facebook
- Dan Gyves – Yesterday’s Pasture
- Dan Gyves – Indomitable
- Matt Kattman – Duo
- Matt Kattman – The Notebook
- Michelle Lundquist – Merger
- Robin MacDonald-Foley – Cottage in Nature
- Robin MacDonald-Foley – Dark Arch
- Robin MacDonald-Foley – Granite Archways
- Joseph Melendy – Footsteps from the Past
- Joseph Melendy – Stairway to the Skies
- Joseph Melendy – Home Sweet Home
- Margaret Munson – Beautiful Decomposition
- Margaret Munson – Fishing Alone
- Margaret Munson – Turbulence Over Detroit
- Margaret Munson – Whispering Sweet Nothings
- Donna Parker – Abandoned Building No2
- Donna Parker – Abandoned Building No3
- Donna Parker – Hidden
- Donna Parker – On the Island
- Joan Powers – In the Falls
- Joan Powers – Molten Glass
- Joan Powers – Washed Ashore
- Judi Razee – Jellyfish out of Water
- Judi Razee – untitled
- Kenneth Salome – Act Next Up
- Kenneth Salome – Last Embrace
- Kenneth Salome – Still Life
- Marjorie Sardella – “Candles For Comfort, Candles For Hope” ~ Notre Dame, Cathedral, Paris France
- Marjorie Sardella – “Je Me Souviens” (Bernard Rememers); Fourth World, Movement- Mery-sur-Oise, France
- Marjorie Sardella – “Homage To Henry” ~ Thoreau’s Grave – Sleepy Hollow, Cemetary, Concord, MA
- Rebecca Skinner – The Race is Over
- Rebecca Skinner – Undressed
- Andrea Warner – Serving
Exhibition Rules and Regulations:
1) The Gallery will retain a 30% commission on works sold which is considered a tax deductible donation to MMAS.
2) Accepted work must be presented or framed appropriately and gallery-ready. Pieces should be wired approximately 1/4 to 1/3 of the way down from the top of the piece. No saw tooth hangers. We will not accept work that does not meet these guidelines. If pieces do not appear as they did in submission or are not in good gallery-ready condition, the gallery reserves the right not to hang them for the exhibition.
3) Open to photography, and work measuring less than 40″ vertically and horizontally including the frame.
4) Work must remain at the gallery thru the entire exhibition.
5) All entries must be original works of the artist and cannot have been previously exhibited at the Morini Gallery.
6) The gallery reserves the right to exclude works deemed inappropriate.
7) All entries accepted will be eligible for publication in MMAS promotional materials and press releases.
8) By agreeing to these terms, the artist understands that while MMAS handles all work with the utmost care, MMAS is not responsible for loss or damage.
9) Work that is unclaimed after 90 days from the scheduled show pick up date will be considered a donation to the Morini Gallery.
10) Diptychs and Triptychs should have one price if framed together in one frame and will count as one submission. If framed seperatly please consider the work separate entries.
Please fill out an entry label for each work accepted into the exhibit.
About the jurors:
Landscape forms, rocks and sediments are elements of a story if you know how to read them. Vicki McKenna uses photography to tell these stories from the places that she explores. As a geologist and teacher, McKenna started taking photographs to use in class. Soon she became challenged by the task of representing a three-dimensional world with an engaging, two-dimensional image. Capturing photos of simplicity, subtlety, and serenity, Vicki McKenna’s work transmits a genuine sense of place.
After earning a PhD in Geological Sciences from Brown University and ALB in Natural Sciences from Harvard University, McKenna studied photography at the New England School of Photography and the Photography Atelier at the Griffin Museum. As a core member of Fountain Street gallery, McKenna had a two-person show, At the Edge. She has had juried solo shows at the Firehouse Center for the Arts, Newburyport and the Newton Free Library, and has exhibited throughout New England and along the East Coast. Among those are the Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA, the Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA, PhotoPlace Gallery, Burlington, VT, and the Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VA. McKenna has taught a freshman seminar focused on photography at M.I.T., where she also photographs for student programs and events. McKenna works from Riverwandering Studio in Newton, MA.
Jackie Heitchue’s nomadic childhood spanned the country, from the suburbs of Los Angeles to Ohio and Virginia. Finally settling in New England with her husband and children, the move felt like a homecoming, a sentiment borne out by a family lineage of Puritans, indentured servants, and an unfortunate Salem witch. Ruminating over these historic connections while engrossed in the daily minutia of child-rearing, Jackie became fascinated with the universal themes of family and motherhood that connect one generation to the next. Whether photographing her children as they grew up, or creating her most recent still lifes, her work is both deeply personal and allegorical.
Heitchue has worked as a photographer most of her life. After graduating with a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art, she was an award-winning photojournalist for a chain of newspapers in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. From there, she worked as a freelancer, a printer at the Library of Congress, and taught photography to high school students. Her current work has shown in galleries in New England, including two solo shows at the Griffin Museum of Photography. Farther afield, her work was selected for publication and exhibition in the Portfolio showcase at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado. She was recently honored with a Gold Award from the San Francisco Bay International Photography Exhibition and has also participated in shows at the Southeast Center for Photography in South Carolina and the Candela Gallery in Virginia.
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