Multiple Exposures Gallery is a cooperative gallery of 15 award-winning photographers whose creations are in many private and public collections. Their distinctly different artistic visions are presented through traditional and digital photographic techniques including alternative processes. Founded in 1985, Multiple Exposures Gallery is widely recognized within the Washington, DC metropolitan area photographic community. The members are sought-after speakers, noted educators and traditional and digital photographic specialists and technicians. The gallery is always staffed by one of the members to assist you with purchases and to answer questions about photography.



The artists of Multiple Exposures Gallery offer free portfolio reviews (sometimes called “critiques”) for photographers who might want to share and discuss their work on a one-on-one basis with an experienced fine-art photographer.

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a project by the artists of Multiple Exposures Gallery

Inspired by a post on Aline Smithson's blog, Lenscratch, the artists of Multiple Exposures Gallery decided to to use a collaborative approach to create a sequence of images, each one chosen for its relation to the previous image. The relationship could be based on composition, color, content, or any other characteristic – the choice would be up to each artist. The process would continue for an agreed upon number of rounds. The goal was to create an image series with a clear progression from one image to the next. 

This collaboration allowed us to think outside of the box and to appreciate work by each other that we may not have otherwise seen. We found the experience so satisfying that we are now in the process of collaborating for a third time. The results of this collaboration will be exhibited as a slideshow later this year. We invite you to observe each image as it is added to the sequence and to consider what the connection to the previous image might have been. 

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November 28 - December 31, 2017


COLLABORATION - Annual Holiday Small Works Exhibit