the children and i started working on the alphabet book project three to four years ago. the entire process has been a friend and family collaboration. it evolved as the book developed. i shot many different variations of some of the letters . and soon i realized some of the images could represent more then one letter . the whole process was like building a house with a very strong foundation. i could have been done with the project after the first year i had an image for each letter. however it needed to be perfect . every image had to be great !… Read the rest
OK ATLANTA !!!! HERE I AM !!!
Jackson Fine Art
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8TH OPENING NIGHT 6-8PM
COLORSHAPE AND ALPHABET BOOK
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9TH 11-1PM
Children’s party and ALPHABET BOOK signing
3115 E Shadowlawn Ave Atlanta, GA
TIERNEY GEARON: Private Princess
Thursday, October 10 â€“ Friday, November 9, 2013
Opening reception for the artist: Thursday, October 10th, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm
At The Eastern Star Gallery at Archer.
The newly renamed Eastern Star Gallery, located on The Archer School for Girlsâ€™ historic campus in Los Angeles, will begin its 2013-2014 school year with an exhibition of new work from Los Angeles-based photographer Tierney Gearon. The â€œPrivate Princessâ€ exhibition will feature a selection of different bodies of work, including â€œCOLOR SHAPE,â€ â€œEXPLOSURE,â€ and photographs from Gearonâ€™s newly released, â€œAlphabet Book.â€ The gallery will host a reception for Gearon on Thursday, October 10, from 6:30-8:00 p.m.… Read the rest
Cover image by Tierney Gearon
Home Truths: Photography, Motherhood and Loss
11 October 2013 – 05 January 2014
The Foundling Museum
Four contemporary photographers explore the theme of loss in the relationship between mother and child.
Curator Susan Bright has selected work by Ann Fessler (b. 1950, USA), Tierney Gearon (b. 1963, USA), Miyako Ishiuchi (b. 1947, Japan) and Annu Palakunnathu Matthew (b. 1964, Britain), who use photography in a variety of ways: by digitising vernacular photographs, drawing on documentary and experimental film practice or as a trace.
Set within the emotionally resonant context of the Foundling Museum, Home Truths explores issues that are complex and familiar, haunting and thought-provoking.… Read the rest
Naked. What does it feel like to be naked? I guess it all reflects on oneâ€™s state of mind. When one is naked they are naked! If you are feeling great about yourself then you can run around free and not worry about the fact you have given birth and breast fed four children! But if you are not feeling comfortable, being naked in front of someone you donâ€™t want to be naked in front of can feel so humiliating. one can feel exposed or unprotected. This is something that doesnâ€™t happen when you have clothes on. Being naked can be so controversial, yet being clothed is so much more sexy.… Read the rest
one of my favorite things in the world to do with my children is TYE DYE ! i usually do it a few times a year.Â everyone is always asking me if i can make a T shirt for them . so i decided is to Tye -Dye 100 t shirts and do a special collection and sell them ! it has been so much work but so much fun. the kids and i have made everything from the tye-dying to the label making and the tag. 100 % homemade with a ton of fun and a ton of love !Â what i love about the process is all of the colors.… Read the rest