Posts Tagged ‘Hope Kahn’

Preview: Hope Kahn, The Box Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL

In Gallery on October 3, 2018 at 10:00 am

Image via Hope Kahn

Our friend Hope Kahn will be displaying her work in a brand new exhibit at The Box Gallery in sunny West Palm Beach. 

“The photograph is but the bridge that provides the emotional and spiritual connection between the viewer and the art. I look for the darkness in the light, the mystery in the everyday. I spend my time blending nature and the figure into a narrative for the viewer. My mind is wandering, wondering, where my next image hides. I concede to my impulses and instincts to bring mysteries to light.”   

The Box Gallery is part of Art Synergy, in Palm Beach County. It’s a movement between civic leaders, artists, and businesses to promote art and unify the diverse cultures that represent the region. Kahn’s work will have an opening reception Friday, November 16th, from 7-10pm. Stay tuned for more details.

For More Information: The Box Gallery

Preview: Birds of Glory, Hope Kahn, Colorida Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal

In Photographer on October 8, 2017 at 11:00 am

Birds of Glory, Hope Kahn

One of our friends, Hope Kahn, has shared some very fun news – her latest work, Birds of Glory, will be part of a new exhibition at Colorida Gallery in Lisbon, Portugal.

Hope has been utilizing and exploring alternative photography with a concentration on pinhole and plastic cameras.  Her focus has been on the figure in the landscape, utilizing human and birds as her subjects.

Her work can be found in many public and private collections including Glaxo Smith Kline, Kerner & Kerner, The Rittenhouse Hotel, Sterling Drug Company, Price Waterhouse, Hoyle Morris & Kerr Attorneys, The Logan Hotel, and Numerous Private Collections. 

She has been published National Aperture Magazine, Philadelphia Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Lorel Marketing, Pace Advertising and a book cover with Russoli Books NYC, “Cosmos” has recently been acquired for the collection of FOTOTROPIA.

For those who may be in the beautiful country of Portugal this October, Kahn’s work will be visible from October 14th to November 14th.

For More Information: Hope Kahn

Preview: Photoencaustics at Galerie BMG,Woodstock, NY

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on December 13, 2012 at 3:44 pm



Two of our favorites Hope Kahn and Rita Bernstein are among featured artists at Gallerie BMG.

Encaustic is an ancient Greek medium, using wax to add translucent layers which alter and transform the original image. The artists included in this group exhibition start with fine art photography as the original medium and combine it with the encaustic process, each one employing their own distinctive techniques of painting, etching, drawing and collage to create their unique, one-of-a-kind images.

The exhibition will include Leah Macdonald’s sensuous narratives of women, Rita Bernstein’s dream-like explorations of the complex mysteries of the human psyche, botanical compositions by Christa Kreeger Bowden, portraits by Hope Kahn, and photomontage landscapes by Kara Taylor.

Now Through February 11

For more information: BMG

On Site: “Summers Past”, Selected Artists, Red Filter Gallery, Lambertville, NJ

In Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on July 6, 2012 at 12:54 pm

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Summers Past is a collection of work that produces a sense of mystery and at times nostalgia with a sense of the grandeur in the experience of life.

Hope Kahn’s depiction of the poetry and musicality of women; Peggy Weiss’ use of amateur photographs to create digitally assembled photomontage visions; Mary Anne Mitchell’s combination of interpretive images and lyrical text; and Gary Salazar’s attention to light, form and most especially metaphor and archetypal themes … all touch back to a collective sense of Summers Past. “Work that can inspire you to remember a fond long ago past or better yet make you yearn for a memory of people or places you’ve never known,” says Art Director, Alisandra Wederich, “it stays with you and gives you an experience you aren’t soon to forget.”

July 5 – September 2

For more information: Red Filter Gallery