©	Mark Avery

© Mark Avery

©	Dan Baumbach

© Dan Baumbach

©	Lisa Becker

© Lisa Becker

©	Marcie Begleiter

© Marcie Begleiter

©	Roni Ben-Nun

© Roni Ben-Nun

©	Debbie Brady Oyster Art

© Debbie Brady Oyster Art

©	Whitney Bush

© Whitney Bush

©	Todd Dieringer

© Todd Dieringer

©	Nourhan Ebrahim

© Nourhan Ebrahim

©	Heidi Egerman

© Heidi Egerman

©	Erika L. Forsythe

© Erika L. Forsythe

©	Alex Gordon

© Alex Gordon

©	Douglas Hartford

© Douglas Hartford

©	Lisa Wild Healey

© Lisa Wild Healey

©	Greg Hostetter

© Greg Hostetter

©	Hugh Jones

© Hugh Jones

©	Nikita Kamat

© Nikita Kamat

©	Daniel Kariko

© Daniel Kariko

©	Dawn Kowalewski

© Dawn Kowalewski

©	Leslie Landerkin

© Leslie Landerkin

©	Patricia V. Lewis

© Patricia V. Lewis

©	Teresa Lewis

© Teresa Lewis

©	Nancy Macko

© Nancy Macko

©	Michael Matthews

© Michael Matthews

©	John McCluskey

© John McCluskey

©	Robbi Ling Montgomery

© Robbi Ling Montgomery

©	Patrick Nowotny

© Patrick Nowotny

©	Laurie Peek

© Laurie Peek

©	Kim Perdue

© Kim Perdue

©	Nathan CW Smith

© Nathan CW Smith

©	Fab Sowa - Dobkowski

© Fab Sowa - Dobkowski

©	Erik Suchy

© Erik Suchy

©	Taylor Thomas

© Taylor Thomas

©	Leanne Trivett S.

© Leanne Trivett S.

©	Chris Vander Velde

© Chris Vander Velde

©	Hallie Zimlich

© Hallie Zimlich

 International Juried Photography Exhibition

MACRO > LARGER THAN LIFE

Reception: Saturday, Sept 24th 6-8pm 
Notification Email: Aug 23rd, 4PM CST
Exhibition Dates: Sept 24th – Oct 8th, 2022

Curated by | Praxis Directors

Macro photography is all about showcasing a subject larger than it is in real life — an extreme close-up of something small. Photography is always a matter of perspective.  “It’s an alien world when you get into the macro level.” - Ben Long.

 

Macro photography challenges the photographer to capture the minute, granular details of a world that generally escapes our daily attention: this can include insects, plants, natural and human produced details of any and every subject matter in the world around us – from the texture of feathers to the geometric labyrinth of a microchip board.    

 

Praxis Gallery presents of photographic art that transforms the miniature into the larger than life, images that showcase the unseen and overlooked, and tiny moments of beauty presented through a magnified perspective. 

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