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  2. Ashley E. Walters, Shaded Truths

    SHADED TRUTHS is a currently in progress photographic and sculptural love story comprised of codes, clues, and pseudo-mystical objects. The merit of the artifacts and photographs depicted and obscured is largely dependent on a constructed air of mystery. Upon a dedicated investigation of the work, they become seductive, semi-opaque, frustrating, and rewarding. By subverting truths and concocting myths within this collection of self-contained narratives, I have tried very hard to tiptoe across the thin ice that separates fact and fiction, and by giving the viewer a concise selection of photographs and found objects of a poetic and sacred nature that contain within themselves their own secrets, the viewer is instructed to play detective to the artist’s web of shaded truths.

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  3. Ashley E. Walters, PEACHY KEEN

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  4. Ashley E. Walters, Double Paradise.

    There is an undeniable air of mystery and mysticism that enshrouds the landscapes of the American West: auras of violence, seduction, and individuality are inescapable in its cultural terrain, (Ridely Scott’s Thelma and Louise serves a kitschy but endlessly accurate example of this). In Double Paradise I try to address these alluring themes both subtly and overtly. But if we’re being honest, it’s just a convoluted love poem to the desert.

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  5. greatleapsideways:

    Very happy to see these pictures by Jarred Gastreich from Ferguson Police department in St Louis. It’s often (too often) so hard to believe in justice, and too often all the more so if you’re an African-American or a Native American. And yet justice is so profoundly necessary. In St Louis, and in so many other places in this country.

  6. Darin Mickey: On Photography

    When did you become interested in photography?
    When I was around 15 or 16 years old. I was very fortunate to have an excellent high school art teacher/guide, Sally Jones who really opened my head to a lot of great stuff. She would bring in books by Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Diane Arbus, Birney Imes, Walker Evans, and beyond. Being exposed to that kind of work at that age was really head scratching and made me want to start seeing things through a camera.

    Why photography?
    Photographs can be beautifully simple and completely puzzling at the same time.

    What are you currently working on?
    Over the past few years I’ve been trying to relax the boundaries I impose on myself when photographing but, when I edit through the pictures it’s still basically: street “still-lives” of things discovered while walking around; pictures of people in buildings; and pictures of the outsides of buildings without many people around.

  7. July 2014 – Darin Mickey

    Thanks to Darin for being the first photographer featured in Gyroscope Prints for an entire month. We’re looking forward to continuing this in-depth approach for our subscribers and followers.

    Stay tuned for August’s featured artist!

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  8. Robert Adams, Perfect Times, Perfect Places, via featured artist Darin Mickey.

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