A nearly random selection of photography by Elliott Earls. (needless to say this section is not… er, “exhaustive.” Back-filling a website is a bitch.
Right click on the animated GIF above to download to your computer or phone. Among the many challenges our nation faces, the fact that our political discourse has become irreparably divisive and polarized is cause for alarm.
In this episode Elliott Earls looks to the historical models articulated by Chaim Potok and James Joyce to gain insight into culture making in 2016. Books referenced in this Episode: “My Name Is Asher Lev” by Chaim Potok and “Portrait of The Artist As Young Man” by James Joyce.
I continue to re-populate my site with work from the archive. This Large C-Print on aluminum was produced for my residency at the University of Georgia. During the residency I worked with graduate students, performed at the State Theater and had an exhibition at the Gallery in the art school. This piece was one […]