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AT NIGHT: A Photographic Exploration of Light

May 5 – June 10, 2023

As part of our ongoing commitment to promote the visual arts and enhance the quality of life for our community, Ellington-White Contemporary Gallery (EWCG) presents...


AT NIGHT: A Photographic Exploration of Light a night photography exhibition. Artists are asked to investigate the complexities of night imagery and light sources that play off an object, surface of interior and exterior spaces at night.


The exhibition will have two parts: The five-week physical gallery exhibition and an on-line exhibition. All selected artworks will exhibit on-line for eight weeks.


Shane Booth

Artist, MFA, Associate Professor of Visual Arts 

Fayetteville State University.

An award-winning professional artist and professor of Photography at Fayetteville State University. He has exhibited work in group and solo exhibitions locally, nationally and internationally. His work on identity has taken him all over the world where he works with populations at risk of HIV, most recently in Russia.  He is currently documenting his hometown of Hildreth Nebraska with his vintage 8x10 studio camera. His work is included in numerous public and private collections Internationally.

Exhibition Artists

Elizabeth Bernstein

Laurie Bray

Norman Carr

Mark Coggins

Jennifer Coombes

Pedro De La Fuente

Shawn Digity

Mattie Egerter

Matt Gallien

Vanya Gillette

Jayn Goldsen

Denise Hawkins

Charles Hildebrandt

Andrew Johnson

Joshua Koerner

Guntis Lauzums

Chris Manfield

Douglas Marshall

Thomas Morgan

ChengLun Na

Raul Rubiera

Richard P. Stevens

V.C. Tomeden

Beth Trainum

Michael Wicks

Lynda Wright

Huahan Zhang

Marble Surface

Award Winners

1st Place
Andrew Johnson
Diluted, 2018
Photography, 24 x 36
2nd Place
Charles Hildebrandt
Trails End, 2014
Photography, 20 x 30
3rd Place
Mark Coggins
Geisha Confidential, 2015, Archival Pigment print, 10 x 10

Honorable Mentions
Matt Gallien, Gallactic River, 2023, archival inkjet print, 36 x 24
Vanya Gillette, Window, 2022, digital photography, 6 x 9

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