November 15, 2018

Gary Briechle releases new book "Maine"

Exactly 6 years after the release of his first monograph, "Photographs", Gary Briechle is releasing a new photo book titled "Maine".

Gary has forged many long-term relationships with the people he has photographed since moving to Maine nearly 20 years ago. This gives his work a peculiar intimacy, as if the pictures were made by a family member.

Gary candidly documents the everyday lives of people in the small towns on the rugged Maine coastline. Most of his work is done within a few miles of his home. The trusting relationship Gary has with his subjects allows him to make particularly poignant, raw and intimate portraits.  Read more →

September 4, 2018

20 Women changing photography

We are very honored to share that fine art photographer and Aspen curator Rebecca Lily was featured in the September/October 2018 issue of Click Magazine as one of 20 women changing photography.

"Strong and searching female perspectives are more important than ever in the global conversation about photography today. We’ve gathered 20 photographers - all women with something significant to say who are creating fresh and game-changing work," say Kendra Okolita (Chairman & Founder) and Sarah Wilkerson (CEO). "For every untold story, there is a female photographer waiting to tell it, but it was important to us that our featured artists not be spotlighted for the magnitude of their online presence. We pointedly wanted to escape the over-influence of social media in favor of unadulterated talent and clear voices."  Read more →


August 31, 2018

The Vernacular of Landscape Exhibition

Photographer Morgane Erpicum will be part of the "The Vernacular of Landscape Exhibition" hosted by Subjectively, Objective at Usagi Gallery in Brooklyn, NY from September 14th - October 24th 2018.

The show is curated by Noah Waldeck of Subjectively Objective. Co-edited by Float Photo Magazine, the exhibit showcases contemporary landscape photography by 58 artists from around the world.  Read more →


July 31, 2018

Double feature in Click Magazine

We are excited to share that Aspen artists Pete Halvorsen and Johnny Patience were both featured in the July/August 2018 issue of Click Magazine, running a 20 page special on film photography. Click Magazine is available nationwide at Barnes & Noble and many other book stores.

Pete talks about the authenticity of film and shares his personal take on the film photography community, encouraging in-person meet ups and community photo walks. Johnny gives a quick and simple introduction to shooting film and shares many of his tips & tricks with the readership to help achieve the best possible results and a high level of consistency in fine art photography.  Read more →


June 12, 2018

"Arriving Home" featured in MTW Magazine

In November 2015, photographer Johnny Patience moved from Europe to the United States and began an art project, documenting his impressions and experiences in the US with one picture per day for an entire year. The resulting body of work was subsequently published in Johnny’s first book, “Arriving Home”.

Maine The Way Magazine's Spring 2018 Issue features an 18 page retrospective about the project along with Johnny’s writings about moving continents,  getting comfortable in a different culture, and his feelings and experiences along the way.  Read more →


June 5, 2018

Morgane Erpicum at Millon, Brussels

Aspen artist Morgane Erpicum will be part of the "Urban & Contemporary Art” exhibition opening Friday, June 7th, 2018 at the Millon auction house in Brussels, Belgium. The show includes six images from her series "Moorish Minimalism" and will be open for the whole weekend.

The art auction takes place on Monday, June 11th at 6:30pm in the Avenue des Casernes, 39b, 1040 Brussels. Morgane's work will be exhibited alongside renowned contemporary artists like Roy Lichtenstein, Banksy, Philippe Pasqua, Katre and Popay.  Read more →


May 29, 2018

Let's make the art world a little better

Aspen Gallery focuses on contemporary fine art photography by emerging artists. We curate work from new talents who have a distinctive vision and a recognizable handwriting, and are committed to both making art attainable for new collectors and raising awareness among established art buyers.

Aspen Gallery was founded by Johnny Patience, a fine art photographer, writer, and educator. Focusing on fine art photography for almost a decade, Johnny has extensive experience in the art world and believes that the concept of an artist-led gallery has many advantages over a traditional gallery run by an art dealer.  Read more →