Monthly Archives: May 2011

Boris Mikhailov

If you’re in NYC this holiday weekend, Team Elledge would reccomend checking out Boris Mikhailov at the MOMA. For more than 30 years, Boris Mikhailov has documented the life of Soviets. His works uses a variety of photographic techniques as he explores both his personal history as well … Continue reading

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Absence As Presence

A new show opens this week at the Art Insitute of Chicago that Team Elledge is very interested to explore.  Uta Bath’s photography is both elegant and challenging.  On the surface the images seem concerned with light and architecture.  However, it appears to … Continue reading

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Under the Tuscan Sun

We treasure Italy for many reasons- the people, the food, the landscape, and of course Ducati.  Team Elledge travels to the Toscana Photographic Workshop each summer.   Paul and Leasha gain much inspiration from teaching along side a cast of amazing photographers, as well as from their class of … Continue reading

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Under the Influence!

This week Team Elledge celebrates some of the teachers who have influenced our lives and our work.  Brad wants to spotlight and thank Elizabeth Ernst, one of his teachers at Columbia College.  Leasha wants to honor and thank Gary Kolb as one of the professors that influenced and … Continue reading

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