News 2019-09-26T18:13:19+00:00

Traces of Time

Photographs, paintings, and sculptures
Featuring work by Jonathan Sharlin, Todd Moore, and Richard Fishman

Dedee Shattuck Gallery
July 6-28 2019
July 6, Reception 5-7pm
1 Partners’ Lane, Westport, MA



Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
November 5-9, 2017
Rhode Island Convention Center – Providence, RI



Yom Hashoah Exhibit Hillel

April 26 – May 3, 2017
Brown/RISD Hillel
80 Brown Street, Providence, RI 02906

“Jew in Germany” is a Holocaust photography series by visiting artist Jonathan Sharlin that uses manual techniques such as graphite and etching to create impactful works.

Shown in conjunction with “Visualizing Holocaust Remembrance”, an exhibit of sculptural text portraits by Wendy Cohen honoring Holocaust survivors.

View full artist talk here:


PORTRAIT NARRATIVES: A Photographic Installation of RI Holocaust Survivors


March 3 – April 30, 2017
March 5, Reception at 1PM
Artist Talk at 2pm
Blackstone Valley Visitors Center, Blackstone Gallery
175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860

Read the survivors’ stories in full here.

Also showing as part of Art As Memory Keeper:

LETTERS AND PICTURES FROM A BOX: Alexandra Broches Photography Exhibit
March 14 – April 2,
March 23 6:30pm (Artist’s Talk with reception to follow)
Temple Emanu-El Art Gallery
99 Taft Avenue, Providence, RI 02906

Art As Memory Keeper Symposium in RI

April 19, 7pm
Blackstone Valley Visitors Center, Blackstone Gallery
175 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860

Dr. Deborah Johnson, Professor, Dept. of Art History/Dept. of Women’s Studies, Providence College
Professor Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Dept. of Art, University of Rhode Island
Jonathan Sharlin, Photographer and artist, Rhode Island


EXPOSURE 2016: Photographic Resource Center, BU.
April 28 − June 26, 2016

AXIS MUNDI: Recent Work by Anne Austin Pearce, Gina Ochiogrosso,
Frank Poor & Jonathan Sharlin
February 4 – March 21, 2015
Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery, Providence College

Exploring different facets of nature as meditative centers, “Axis Mundi” showcases four
distinct bodies of work by artists working across the United States.


Ancient Stones of Scotland, Blue Sky Books.
Forward by Jo-Ann Conklin, Brown University.
Available May 5, 2016.

2016 Donner le change by T. Ravindranathan & A. Traisnel, Editions Hermann
Selected photographs from Blind series.
Available May 2016.