• Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006 Celebrated skin 
A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.

Honors & Articles
Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC
TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit
Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)#6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo#10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art(of whom I was employed at the time)XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deepBy Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006

    tattoos,

    Celebrated skin 

    A group art exhibition I co-hosted with the exhibition’s curator Christina Hiett (now Christina Martel) in Austin, Texas.  My work compromised half of the exhibition, and the other half, Austin tattoo artists and artists of other mediums.  Together we met with close to 100 Austin residents within a month’s time-span to photograph their body art. The exhibition ran for about two months, found great success, wonderful write-ups and was offered a traveling show but the curator had other obligations and declined the offer. Overall it was a wonderful experience listening to each person’s stories and photographing their very personal possessions tattooed on their bodies.


    Austin Critics’ Table Award Winner 2006-2007
    Best Group Gallery Exhibition – Celebrated Skin, Butridge Gallery, DAC

    TATTOOS FOR MEN (Magazine) – Issue #68 Cover Story – Celebrated Skin Austin Ink Exhibit

    Austin Chronicle (Austin,Tx Publication)
    #6 in Top 10 Memorable Arts Shows of 2006 By Salvador Castillo
    #10 was “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Wurth Museum Collection” Austin Museum of Art
    (of whom I was employed at the time)

    XL Arts (Austin,Tx Publication)
    Exhibit shows tattoos’ meaning more than just skin deep
    By Jeanne Claire van Ryzin 11/16/2006

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I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  
Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.
The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

Movement
I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  
Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.
The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

Movement
I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  
Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.
The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

Movement
I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  
Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.
The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

Movement
I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  
Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.
The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

Movement
I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  
Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.
The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

    movement,

    Movement

    I am currently fascinated with capturing movement in photography.  I’ve been experimenting with smoke, animals, objects and now, after the discovery of Chronophotography, (a VERY early photography technique), humans.  I am using different methods, and creating my own, with the purpose of capturing more than just a moment, but capturing a duration within a photo.  

    Seen here are selections from the first of many movement series.  The images are very simple, yet technical, with a subtlety comparative to brush strokes on canvas.  Canvas prints so closely resemble paintings, that upon closer inspection, it is still hard to differentiate between the two.  No manipulations were used to create the effect, only slight color and exposure balancing has been performed, as with most of my photography.

    The goal of each photo within the series is to capture the body in movement, in dance, and allow the viewer to replay those movements in mind with a melody of their own. 

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