"Her work commands empathy--not the condescension of sympathy, but a level gaze that reminds us that no matter who we encounter in her photographs, we are more alike than different." - George Slade, Curator the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, MA.

 

   
         
   

 

Grace Before Dying's fine art exhibition has a total 15 objects to occupy 85 linear feet.

- Eleven pigment prints on Hahnemule cotton rag paper, 46 x 20.5 in, framed in black beveled wood under plexiglass, flat-mounted onto dibond.

- Two quilts created by Angola Prison Hospice volunteer quilters, mixed media fabric, 5 x 6 ft and 3 x 4 ft each on black metal quilt stands.

- Captions, acknowledgements, press kit (poster, postcard, press releases plus venue survey) and wall panels on DC provided.

- Two wooden crates: 53 in x 17 in x 32 in. Total weight: 400lbs.

The photography has received quite a few honors including the Aaron Siskind Foundation's Individual Photographer Fellowship, the Aperture West Book Prize 2008 finalist, a Santa Fe Prize for Photography 2009 nomination, and a 2008 Critical Mass finalist. The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities awarded Grace Before Dying a Publishing Initiative Grant which supported the writing of the book.

 

   
     
 
 
   
     
   

For more information contact Lori Waselchuk