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Darkroom Gallery Master

Mary Ciullo
Glen Head, NY USA

www.maryciullo.com
MARY CIULLO is a fine art photographer based on L. I. and educated at I.C.P. in New York. Inspired to capture her subject's fleeting moments to reveal the presence of their spirit, soul, or personal stream of consciousness, through her unique eye her images possess an energy that beckons the viewer to feel their emotive qualities. Recently exhibited at Los Angeles' 1650 Gallery, Ft. Collins' C4FAP Gallery, Middlebury's PhotoPlace Gallery and Essex Junction's Darkroom Gallery, she was awarded Darkroom’s Master designation in 2016 as her work "is consistently excellent photographic work that jurors repeatedly select due to content, concept, mastery of formal photographic elements and creative approach." "Mary shows a deep passion and a human connection in all of her photography, something often lacking in a photographic art-world over-run by trends, concepts and glitziness," says David H. Wells, publication photographer. See more of her work at www.maryciullo.com

 

Multiples

Baskets of Beans, Bagan, Burma
Chiaroscuro

Stepped Together
Le Paysage

Salt Aire
Manus et Pedibus

Los Dedos
Construct: Art in Architecture

SECTION 10
Construct: Art in Architecture

Broadcast, bleak.
Chroma

Shutters
Nocturne

Out of the Shadow
Nocturne

Overnight Delivery
Natural Realm

Ghost Ship
Natural Realm

Pampas Strata
Far Away Places

Morning Has Broken, Bagan

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Upcoming Exhibits

 WATCH THIS SPACE!

After 99 Exhibitions we're taking a break. 

Over the next month or two we are planning to do some work on our web site and better organize and advertise our inventory of fabulous prints we have been collecting. We also want to host a few more workshops and photographer community events.

Once we regroup, for our 100th exhibit, we are planning to host our 4th Champlain Valley Photo Slam Probably in November/December.

We really appreciate all the support we have received over the last seven years and queries from eager photographers about future exhibitions.

Stay tuned! 

 

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