Dark Silver: Work in progress 2016

November 30, 2016Artwalk, gallery, portraits No Comments

Join us on December 9, 6-9PM for an open studio featuring work in progress from the Dark Silver portrait series. Selected large scale prints will be on display from some of this past years sessions. Hours are by appointment only for the remainder of December. Dark Silver is a project devoted to creating traditional black … Read More

Dark Silver II: 12X opens in Spring 2015

February 20, 2015Artwalk, gallery, portraits No Comments

Dark Silver II: 12X is the second installment in the new series devoted to portraits made with traditional black & white film and processed in the darkroom. For the new set of portraits, a series of parameters were created to provide a framework for the portraits. Photographs were made in the studio with a twin lens … Read More

Breaking in the new studio

March 3, 2014gallery, portraits No Comments

It’s been a hectic few weeks as we moved the studio into the new space, and although it’s directly across the street, it’s definitely not a lateral move. While somewhat smaller, the new studio is superior in creature comforts, and mechanical and structural integrity. Beautiful wood floors welcome, and functioning HVAC make you want to … Read More

We’re moving!

February 20, 2014Artwalk, events, gallery No Comments

After half a decade on the west side of West 14th street (next to Zion United Church of Christ) we are moving the photo studio and art gallery across the street to the former location of Second Hand Bow-Tique (2687 W. 14th). In the time I’ve been at the current location I have seen an … Read More

Studio Showcase: Photography by Frank Lanza, Lindsey Beckwith, and Steven Mastroianni

November 1, 2013events, gallery No Comments

Mastroianni Photography and Arts will be featuring photography by resident studio-mates Frank Lanza, Lindsey Beckwith, and me during the November and December Tremont Artwalks. All commercial photographers in our own right, we will be showing photography more personal in nature, but still related to our work. Frank Lanza will exhibit a recent travelogue series, as … Read More