“A grand composition”: “Frozen Music” by photographer Alan Sislen

“Altissimo” A dramatic cityscape or unique building is often a sight to behold, but with his new solo show, Alan Sislen hopes to evoke another sense entirely. In “Frozen Music,” which opens at the Torpedo Factory this week in Multiple Exposures Gallery, the photographer brings Read More …

“Otherworldly places”: the pinhole photography of Min Enghauser

Shenandoah National Park, 2 April 27, 2014, was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, an annual celebration of the weird and wonderful things that develop when people make simple cameras and share the results. The WPPD website is accepting this year’s submissions through the end of May, Read More …

The art of the proposal: celebration and surprise in Craig Sterling’s studio

“Well, apparently my studio at the Torpedo Factory has more uses than producing my art and displaying my photographs,” says Craig Sterling with a laugh, recalling the unexpected email he received last month—and a pleasant event that resulted. Back in July, a young couple, Griffin Read More …

From sketch to collectible: photographer Greg Knott’s “0 Series”

The Torpedo Factory is full of one-of-a-kind art. Whether you’re drawn here by painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber, glass, or pieces that defy easy description, you know you’re seeing—and buying—work that isn’t like anything else, perhaps not even other works by the very same artist. So Read More …