Congratulations to Keliy Anderson-Staley for receiving the 2014 Clarence John Laughlin Award for her series [Hyphen]-Americans: Tintype Portraits! The Clarence John Laughlin Award was created by the New Orleans Photo Alliance to support the work of photographers and their creative expressions. The juror, Del Zogg, selected Keliy from over 120 applicants. Zogg states, "Perhaps it … Continue reading Keliy Anderson-Staley receives Clarence John Laughlin Award!
Today is the last day at EXPO Chicago 2014 and both Elizabeth Ernst & Keliy Anderson-Staley display some alluring portraits in booth #228! This year Elizabeth Ernst’s takes her intriguing friends, including Gus, Kenny and others on a trip to EXPO! Looking for adventure Elizabeth’s characters, from her GE Circus series, hop the train to … Continue reading [Hyphen] Americans & the GE Circus
This year at Aipad we have put up two eight foot shelves to display to seven photographers: Keliy Anderson-Staley, John Cyr, Elizabeth Ernst, Dan Estabrook, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, Holly Roberts and Lauren E. Simonutti. Everyday we have been changing the layout and selling the work right off the wall. Today is your last chance … Continue reading Off the Wall at AIPAD 2014
The Morris Museum of Art is currently exhibiting a selection of portraits from Keliy Anderson-Staley's series, [Hyphen]-Americans: Tintype Portraits. Keliy will be speaking on Thursday, Feb. 6 at 6pm as part of the museum’s Art Now contemporary artist series. Along with the lecture, Keliy will be giving free demonstrations on the wet-plate collodian tintype process … Continue reading Keliy Anderson-Staley at the Morris Museum of Art
We are excited to announce that Keliy Anderson-Staley was selected as the Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship winner. Keliy, who moved to Houston last fall, was selected by the juror, Elizabeth Biondi, for a solo exhibition at Houston Center for Photography. She will also receive a grant, which will support the making of new tintypes for … Continue reading Keliy Anderson-Staley selected for the Carol Crow fellowship