Morini Gallery “INTENSITY” – Selected Artwork

Morini Gallery “INTENSITY” – Selected Artwork

A Black & White Photography Exhibit

Photos from the Exhibit Opening on Sept. 10, 2022 (more photos):

Committed to Supporting Local and Regional Artists

Sept. 10 – Nov. 20, 2022

This juried black and white photography-themed exhibition sought work that displays intensity – of contrast, emotion, or feeling, strong connectivity or lack thereof: darkness or light, sadness or happiness, fear/anxiety or a sense of calm, etc., the whirlwind of emotion we’ve been through the past few years.

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 10, 2022, 3-5pm.

There will be a cash bar and great duet vibes on ukulele by The Lisa’s (Lisa Doucet and Lisa Gerlach).

Based in Attleboro, Lisa Doucet and Lisa Gerlach perform as The Lisa’s, an acoustic duo (ukulele/vocals) that plays a variety of songs from the 30s to the 80s in a fun, energetic style. The couple began performing as The Lisa’s in 2020 to entertain family and friends during the pandemic lockdown.

Lisa Gerlach picked up the tenor ukulele in 2014 and hasn’t looked back since.

Lisa Doucet soon followed by choosing the baritone ukulele as her instrument of choice. In February 2019, Lisa and Lisa joined the Unlikely Strummers, a large ukulele ensemble that performs throughout southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. As active members of the Unlikely Strummers, The Lisa’s have performed at Boston Harborfest, Roger Williams Park Zoo, National Anthem for the Providence Bruins, PawSox and Woosox, and many other fabulous venues. On occasion The Lisa’s also perform duets at Unlikely Strummer performances.

Selected artwork:

Selected photographers and their work:

For Reasons I Cannot Explain, David Black

Layers, James Borrebach

Solo at 78, James Borrebach

Kicking Off the Parade, Diane Danthony

Mourning in Motion: A Second Line for Henry Butler, Diane Danthony

Take Me Away, Gail Eckberg

Windmill at Vergennes, Dan Gyves

Femme Evolution, Stephen Ide

Chicago Two-Thirty, Bonnie Jaffe

Left behind, Marc Jaffe

Uprising, Marc Jaffe

Lurking, Marc Jaffe

Milky Way at Tappans Beach, Matt Kattman

The English Teacher, Joni Lohr

The Perfect Shot, Margaret Munson

Fall or Fly Pt 3, Katie O’Rourke

Lotus IR, Donna Parker

Last Lotus Petal, Donna Parker

A Quiet Moment, Joan Powers

There’s No Turning Back, Kenneth Salome

Manchaug, Lisa Shea

Home, Ami Tredo

B&W Forest, Michael Wilson

The Eye of Wisdom, Michael Wilson

Half Moon, Michael Wilson

Poison, Joanne Zeis

Seaside Sanitorium, Joanne Zeis

Drop Ceiling Dropped, Mike Zeis

Analog Security System, Mike Zeis

About the juror:

Rebecca Skinner

Rebecca Skinner photographs abandoned spaces throughout the United States. She is a modern-day urban explorer seeking unique neglected structures and desolate places. Skinner’s subject matter ranges from large open spaces to small details such as peeling paint and rust. Texture, color and light play important parts in her image making. She is attracted to the beauty of her locations as well as their forgotten histories.

Skinner is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and a Core Member of Fountain Street. When not out photographing, she spends time with her husband John and their two children, 18-year-old John and 16-year-old Lillian.