CURATED BY KELLY STARBUCK
Need a curator for your photography or art event? Feel free to contact Kelly Starbuck at 910-367-5720 to inquire about curating services offered in partnership with Kelly Starbuck Photography.
Limited edition fine art photographic prints by Kelly Starbuck are available for purchase. Commission assignments are also accepted. Inquiries can be made via email at email@example.com or over the phone by calling 910-367-5720.
Below are current and past photography shows curated by Kelly Starbuck.
CALL TO ARTISTS!
Accepting Applications NOW!
Kelly Starbuck Photography and The Brooklyn Arts Center are thrilled to announce Southern Exposure: A Photographic Arts Show on Sunday, May 15, 2016 from 12:00pm – 6:00pm.
See below for more info and to submit an artist application!
The BAC has partnered with Kelly Starbuck Photography to create and present what we fully intend to be the coolest photographic arts show in the Southeast. We are seeking creative and innovative photographers to display and sell their beautiful work in our church.
Kelly Starbuck Photography offers a wide range of photo services from commercial photography to portraiture and curatorial services for photo events. Starbuck made her mark in the Wilmington art community by curating fine art photography shows at her gallery, SALT Studio Photography, in the Brooklyn Arts District. Starbuck’s gallery featured national and local photographers during the Fourth Friday Gallery night openings from 2013 through 2015.
BAC shows are renowned for being exceptional, full-scale, community events, with food trucks, coffee shop, and the BAC cash bar. Attendance at our events, locally and regionally, is outstanding.
We invite you to submit an application to be considered for this benchmark event in the photo and arts community of Wilmington, NC.
For more information and to participate in the show, fill out our online application here
Thanks and look forward to seeing you!
PAST PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWS
CURATED BY KELLY STARBUCK
The Gallery at SALT STUDIO
For nearly 2 years, Kelly Starbuck curated events and exhibitions in her fine art photography gallery, The Gallery at SALT Studio, which participated in the Fourth Friday Gallery Nights art walk organized by The Arts Council of Wilmington.
The Gallery at SALT Studio was a photography art gallery located downtown in the Brooklyn Arts District. Kelly Starbuck curated and exhibited fine art photography by national, international, and local artists. Starbuck showed artists with thought provoking, aesthetic, photo-based works of art to Downtown Wilmington, NC from December 2013 – August 2015. Scroll down to see past curated shows and artists featured at The Gallery at SALT Studio.
“FOCUS ON LOCAL FOTO”
GROUP SHOW: 11 PHOTOGRAPHERS!
Opening: June 12 – Closing: June 26, 2015
The Gallery at SALT Studio is proud to present a group photography exhibition, “Focus on Local Foto.”
This exhibition celebrates a group of local fine art, professional, and emerging photographers in the Wilmington and surrounding area. Each photographer brings a different eye and style to their presentation be it, self portraiture, travel, lifestyle, portraits or alternative photographic processes.
Friday, June 26th from 6pm – 9pm
OPENING NIGHT – DAY 1
Friday, June 12th
6:00pm – 10:00pm.
ARTIST TALKS – DAY 2
Saturday, June 13th
11:00am – 5:00pm
The gallery is open and will include artist talks on their work.
Participating photographers are:
– Bruce Cotton
– Kristen Crouch
– Wm. Fridrich
– Chad Hartwell
– Jason Keller Hudson
– Jeff Janowski
– David Pascua
– Barbara Snyder
– Mike Spencer
– Kelly Starbuck
– Melissa Wilgis
Many of the photographers have been helpful in supporting SALT Studio Photography & The Gallery at SALT Studio. This is our way of saying thank you by exhibiting these photographers in the last photo exhibition in the 805 N 4th Street gallery. SALT Studio Photography will be relocating to a new location, tbd.
SALT Studio’s signature “adults only” fruit punch and tasty treats will be served.
“Requiem: Views from the Cape Fear”
February 27 – April 17, 2015
The exhibition will feature never seen before tintype photography (created in the wet plate collodion process) and large scale fine art archival photographic prints from Taylor’s on going Cape Fear River series. The featured prints will range in size from 16×20 inches to 40×60 inches and will be affordably priced for both new and experienced collectors of fine art. Taylor’s tintype photography will be featured in the forthcoming April 2015 issues of Garden & Gun and Our State magazines.
**TINTYPE PORTRAIT DAY – MARCH 8th** SALT Studio Photography will host a Tintype Portrait Day with Harry Taylor on Sunday, March 8th from 10:00am – 5:00pm. Harry will create one-of-a-kind tintype portraits in the wet plate collodion process.
Tintype Portrait Day registration: http://
KELLY STARBUCK “SALT STUDIO: YEAR 1”
January 23 – February 23, 2015
The Gallery at SALT Studio is proud to present Kelly Starbuck’s solo photography exhibition, “SALT Studio: Year 1.” This exhibition looks back at SALT Studio Photography’s first year as a photo studio and Wilmington’s only fine art gallery dedicated solely to photography. The exhibition features works that Kelly Starbuck has photographed during the inaugural year as SALT Studio Photography. The exhibition includes photography from editorial, commercial and private client assignments in 2014. Also on view will be a select group of fine art photographs available for purchase.
EXTENDED! May 23rd – July 23rd!
WAX+VINE (pronounced Waxenvine) is the collective vision of husband and wife team Scott Irvine and Kim Meinelt from New York City. Their photographic work centers around themes of light, shadow, texture and beauty – of both the mundane and unusual.
HAUNTED is a collection of twenty-four new works that were created exclusively for this exhibition. Each image is a blend of Scott and Kim’s photography. The resulting effect is a haunting dreamscape that transcends the singular images, uniting two individual visions into one.
In addition to Scott and Kim’s blended imagery, a portrait collection by Scott is currently on exhibition. These portraits consist of many well known artists, musicians and Brooklyn friends. Some to note are: Interpol, The Horrors, Erik Sanko and Jessica Grindstaff of Phantom Limb Productions, Jim Thirlwell of Foetus, Ian Astbury from The Cult, Amanda Palmer of The Dresden Dolls, fashion designer Anthony Malat, and Nick Zinner & Karen O of Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs.
SCOTT IRVINE received his BFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology. His work has been exhibited internationally. Scott manages one of the few remaining black + white darkrooms where he works and lives as an artist in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY.
KIM MEINELT studied at North Carolina School of the Arts with an intense focus on set design and scenic painting. After freelancing as a sculptor, painter and interior designer in NYC, she crossed paths with Eileen Fisher in 1993 evolving into a successful career as the Creative Concept Director.
April 25th through May 17th
Austin Young is a Pop-Culture Architect, photographer and trans media artist. Young has been documenting pop, sub, and trans culture since 1985 through portraiture.
Young’s video works play with pop-culture and camp, celebrity, gender and identity.
His photographs have been featured in major publications such as Interview magazine, OK, and Flaunt and have been in solo exhibitions and projects at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles, CA), Machine Project (Los Angeles, CA), Hammer Museum (Los Angeles, CA), Berkeley Art Museum (Berkley, California); and as well as groups shows at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (Los Angeles, CA) and Stephen Cohen Gallery (Los Angeles, CA).
They have shown at festivals including Frameline, MIX, In addition to photography and filmmaking, Young is co-founder of Fallen Fruit, an art collective who use fruit as a common denominator to change the way you think about the world. Fallen Fruit has had major exhibitions at Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Hammer Museum; Salt Lake Art Center (Salt Lake City, Utah), Machine Project, Matadero (Madrid, Spain); LACE (Los Angeles) and ARS Electronic (Austria). Fallen Fruit is a Creative Capital grantee for 2013 and just completed LA Counties first Public Fruit Park in Del Aire with a grant from the LA County Art’s Commission.
For more information on Austin check out his website: www.austinyoung.com
March 28th through April 19th
Christopher Rauschenbergs web site is :www.christopherrauschenberg.com
2014 Preview Exhibition
Opening: Friday, February 28th – 6pm – 9pm
Show runs: February 28th – March 26th, 2014
16″ x 20″ (Framed)
Archival Pigment Print
in walnut frame
Edition of 25
$5 Hair Salon
8″ x 10″
Edition of 100
‘Don’t Be a Dishwasher…’
Mariette Pathy Allen
16″ x 20″
Gelatin Silver Print
‘Robert Frank’s Studio 2011’
12″ x 18″ (image)
Pigment Inkjet print
Damn Previous Owners
24″ x 30″ (Framed)
Archival Pigment Print (from tin type)
Wax + Vine
7″ x 7″
Archival Pigment Print
18″ x 24″
Archival Ink Jet Print
Edition of 100
The Gallery at SALT Studio (South View)
The Gallery at SALT Studio (North View)
December 7th – February 26, 2014
Premier Exhibition: SALT Studio Photography’s Kelly Starbuck
Kelly Starbuck ‘Family Shrine’
“Beth and Chuck”
Family Shrine Series
16 x 20