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Image: Installation shot of four black and white works by Patricia Voulgaris.

Patricia Voulgaris Discusses Her Practice

This week, artist Patricia Voulgaris gives us a glimpse into her studio practice. Her work is currently on view as part of our Ctrl+P, a project inspired by the hundreds of photographs we see on blogs and online galleries. Started in January 2011, Ctrl+P provides further exposure for new artists we find while searching the web, exhibiting a small selection of one person's work every two months, taking the pictures offline and putting them on the wall.

Image: Juli Lowe stands in front of a wall of framed works by Kate Breakey.

The Viewing Room: Kate Breakey

In this week's episode of The Viewing Room, Juli Lowe gives us an intimate look at the work of Kate Breakey. The artist's work includes orotones, a historical process where a photograph is made on glass and then backed with gold leaf, creating a luminous effect.

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Week at a Glance #11

Week at a Glance is your one-stop-shop for what we will be discussing and sharing throughout the week on social media and on our blog. This week, Juli Lowe takes us inside the gallery's viewing room to view work by Kate Breakey, Jeffrey Wolin discusses his portrait series of people experiencing homelessness, and more.

Image: Doug Prince in his home studio.

Work From Home: Doug Prince

For this week's Work From Home, we hear from Doug Prince from inside his studio in Portsmouth, NH. Doug tells us about his process creating digital images, and discusses his two newest series "Auction Sites" and "Horizon Lines."

Image: Tim Campos speaking with Gregory Scott.

Hot Off The Press: Gregory Scott

For this week's "Hot Off The Press," Tim Campos talks to Gregory Scott as he sits inside the set of his new piece "Bauhausian, 2020." Gregory tells us about the piece while giving us a behind-the-scenes look at the set and props he used to create it.

Week at a Glance: CEG Reopens Wednesday, June 3!

CEG is excited to let you know that we will be open to the public for regular hours, starting Wednesday, June 3. Social distancing guidelines will be followed, and all visitors are required to wear a face mask to enter the gallery. Hand sanitizer will be provided, as we are committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for everyone.