HEAR OUR VOICES - Photography of Protest

This has been a year of unprecedented civic action in response to the politically charged atmosphere pervading the country.  In gatherings large and small, spanning the political spectrum, Americans have always exercised their rights to free speech and assembly to influence those in power. 

In Hear Our Voices!, the photographers of Multiple Exposures Gallery have focused their vision on the theme of protest, past and present.  The exhibition presents photographs that celebrate those who have taken to the streets to make their voices heard.

Hear Our Voices!

Photography of Protest

May 8th through June 18th, 2017

New Exhibits: Colleen Henderson and Sandy LeBrun-Evans

Multiple Exposures greets 2017 with two exciting new exhibits: IRISH LANDSCAPES: A Study in Contrasts - photographs by Colleen Henderson and HARD TRUTHS: McDowell County, WV - photographs by Sandy LeBrun-Evans. These exhibits will run from January 3 through February 12, 2017.

IRISH LANDSCAPES A Study in Contrasts - Photographs by Colleen Spencer Henderson

 ©Colleen Henderson

©Colleen Henderson

Colleen presents photographs made during a 6 week journey visiting several counties in western Ireland including: County Galway, Mayo, Sligo, Roscommon, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Cork. 

What Colleen found most striking about the Irish Landscape was its breadth and diversity.  In any given moment a scene might unfold as both grand and intimate; tenacious and gentle; or humble and proud. 

More images from this series may be viewed here


HARD TRUTHS: McDowell County, WV - Photographs by Sandy LeBrun-Evans

 ©Sandy LeBrun-Evans

©Sandy LeBrun-Evans

Sandy’s photographs represent her 2016 trips through the county of McDowell in West Virginia capturing the remains of the demise of the coal industry and the empty promises of “jobs, jobs, jobs” by politicians.

West Virginians are proud, hard working people who are extremely loyal and have deep love for their state.   They have watched the mines close, the mountaintops cut off and the land timbered, yet when they see a coal truck on the highway, they cheer because there is work.

More images from this series may be viewed here

Photo '16 Awards

On Saturday, October 29, Multiple Exposures Gallery hosted a reception honoring the artists whose work was chosen by juror Sam Abell to be included in the Photo '16 exhibit. After Sam's juror's talk, the winners of the Juror's Selection award and Gallery Selection award were announced. Rebecca Moseman received the Juror's Selection award (selected by Sam Abell) of $500, and Sarah Salomon received the Gallery Selection award (selected by members of Multiple Exposures Gallery) of $250. Congratulations Rebecca and Sarah!

View more pictures of the reception here

** You can still view the entire Photo '16 exhibit at the gallery until November 27, 2016 **

Open daily: 11am–5pm, Thursdays 2pm–8pm

 Rebecca Moseman with MEG member Eric Johnson

Rebecca Moseman with MEG member Eric Johnson

 ©Rebecca Moseman

©Rebecca Moseman

 Sarah Salomon with MEG members Eric Johnson and Fred Zafran

Sarah Salomon with MEG members Eric Johnson and Fred Zafran

 ©Sarah Salomon

©Sarah Salomon