Rarefied Light 2019

Sponsored by Alaska Photographic Center

On View in the Bear Gallery: December 6 – December 21 

Opening Reception: Friday, December 6, 5-7pm 

Join Fairbanks Arts for the 2019 First Friday Opening Reception of Rarefied Light, a juried exhibition sponsored by Alaska Photographic Center, Anchorage – the largest annual fine art photography exhibition in the state. Out of 525 entries, New York City based juror Bob Salcha selected 55 photographs by 34 artists for inclusion in this year’s exhibition – 9 of whom are from Alaska’s Interior! 

Guest juror Bob Sacha, New York City, selected 55 photographs by 34 artists for inclusion in this year’s exhibition.

Best of Show is awarded to J. Jason Lazarus, Fairbanks, for Absent Lake with Captive Conifer, Gakona, Alaska.

Lazarus_Absent Lake with Captive Conifer, Gakona, Alaska.
J. Jason Lazarus, Absent Lake with Captive Conifer, Gakona, Alaska.

 

In addition, Bob chose 5 pieces for the honorable mention award:

Susan Biggs, Soldotna, “Abstract 6

Christine A. Eagleson, Anchorage, “Architect Eyes”

Johanna Grasso, Anchorage, “Wings” 

Kamini Grover, Anchorage, “Untitled 5” 

Tom Turner, Eagle River, “Summit Lake 02”

 


Interior Alaska Artists featured in Rarefied Light 2019:

Zhdanov_Farmer
Artem Zhdanov, Farmer
Zhdanov_Explode
Artem Zhdanov, Explode
Yates_Finding Spirit
Douglas Yates, Finding Spirit
Turnbull_Forest floor
Amanda Turnbull, Forest floor
Manriquez_Let It Burn
Sarah Manriquez, Let It Burn
Lazarus_Toward the Distant Summit Lake Shore, Richardson Highway.
J. Jason Lazarus, Toward the Distant Summit Lake Shore, Richardson Highway.
Ickert-Bond_Bleeding Hearts with Fiddle Heads
Stefanie Ickert-Bond, Bleeding Hearts with Fiddle Heads
Evans_Slef-Portrait No. 3
LJ Evans, Portrait No. 3
Braddock_Knots
Douglas Braddock, Knots
Bond_Portage
Baxter Bond, Portage

 

For questions about visual arts programming, please email gallery@fairbanksarts.org or call (907) 456-6485 x224.

Donor Logos for WebsiteFairbanks Arts programs are made possible by individual and corporate contributions, the City of Fairbanks Hotel/Motel Bed Tax, Fairbanks North Star Borough and Alaska State Council on the Arts.