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      Skin Show by Robert Marc

      About the artist

      Robert Marc is a sensory biologist and imaging enthusiast. He started his career in the 1970s by creating the first chromatic cone map of the retina. Since then he has invented ever-evolving imaging tools to capture molecular snapshots of cellular communities. His work has been published in many journals including Science, Nature, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and PLoS Biology. Robert describes his artistic impulse as being: "… an eleven-year old trapped in a 60 year old body. Even since I got my first microscope I have been entranced by the beauty of small structures. And creating molecular images is like inventing new kinds of film every day. It is Calvin’s transmogrifier."

      About the image

      Composited from molecular images, the red, green and blue channels represent the patterns of the molecules taurine, glutathione, and glutamic acid in an ultrathin slice of skin. This molecular fingerprint exposes the different cells that are woven into the microfabric we call skin. For the techno-geeks: Image tiles were captured at a resolution of 182 nanometers/pixel with a Peltier-cooled QImaging Fast 1394 QICAM and a Surveyor montaging system on a Scan 100X100 Marzhauser stage.

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      "Fishing Boats, Levanto, Italy" by Stephen Pace

      About Stephen

      Stephen says, "I have always loved being outside. The beauty and inspiration of the natural world always surprises me. As our world becomes ever faster paced, I think we all can benefit from tuning in to the world around us. Photography give me a way to convey that intrinsic, necessary connection to others who might not be able to get to these places in person, but can appreciate them none the less." See more of his work at www.stephenpace.com

      About the image

      "We arrived in Levanto, at the edge of the Cinque Terre National Park on the Mediterranean coast Italy, late on a May afternoon. The hotel was a block from the beach so we took a walk on it after dinner. As the sun was going down I spotted some fishing boats at the far end of the beach and headed over. The light was fading, and I managed to get a few frames before it was gone. This image captures the soft, lovely light and mood of that evening. It was a magical time to be there on the beach, with the smells of the sea and the warm evening breezes. The image is immediately recognizable as the Italian coast by the shape of the boats and their distinctive blue and white tarps."

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      Louvre by Scott Peterson

      About Scott

      After studying photography at Utah State University, I moved to New York City and began my career as a photography assistant for major fashion photographers Claude Mougin and Chris Callas. When I returned to Salt Lake City I became the principal free-lance photographer for the ZCMI department store chain, winning awards for advertisements in magazines such as Vogue, Seventeen, Glamour and Modern Bride. For over 35 years I have maintained a working commercial photography studio shooting a variety of products for many national companies. During that time I have worked continually on my photographic art, showing in many exhibits from Salt Lake City to New York. My photos are in private and group collections throughout the country. When I’m not shooting, you can find me wading through a stream fly-fishing or creating good eats in the kitchen.

      About the image

      I’ve always loved the photographers of Paris: Kertesz, Brassai and Cartier-Bresson. My first trip to Paris was a first a photographic challenge and second one of inspiration. I’ve lived in Manhattan and Milan, but to me Paris was a time capsule that took me back to the golden age of those photos. Despite it’s contemporary content, this photo seems to echo those photos taken century earlier.

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      Dave Castillo by Erin Hooley

      "I want to start looking out more and get away from just looking in—contemplating the navel of my own void. I want to look out at the world and see it and seize it and maybe even enrich it."

      Erin Hooley of Boulder, Colorado has worked as a staff photographer at the Standard-Examiner in Ogden since 2007. She studied journalism and photography at the University of Colorado and found a passion for photojournalism in making pictures of antiwar protests and the political aftermath of 9/11. Erin also paints, draws and combines photographs with mixed media in personal journals and projects. She also loves cooking spicy food, embarking on spontaneous adventures and is a rabid hockey fan. See more of Erin’s work at www.heavyglow.com.

      Erin says, “I began photographing the story of mixed martial arts fighters and culture in Utah as a personal challenge and adventure. Many local shows take place in whatever venue is affordable and available to smaller promotional companies. I photographed Dave Castillo, an up and coming fighter who will probably someday join the Ultimate Fighting Championship pros, warming up in the basement of a warehouse in Ogden.”

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      Metabolomic Eye by Bryan Jones

      Bryan William Jones is a retinal neuro- scientist and photographer whose scientific work involves disorders of retinal degeneration and how those diseases affect the wiring and structure of the retina. Bryan’s photographs have been shown in PBS, The Washington Times, Wired, World Politics Review, Warship International, and Combat Aircraft, and in the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich and art installations and performance art, including Waves of Mu. See more of Bryan’s work at: prometheus.med.utah.edu/~bwjones/

      This image is a series of three 200 nanometer thick sections of a mouse eye through each layer of the retina, illustrating the complex nature of the over 70 types of cells that make up a mammalian eye. Each physical section has been cut with a diamond knife, thinner than the wavelength of light. Each section is probed with an engineered antibody for a single amino acid, in this case taurine, glutamine and glutamate and assigned to red, green and blue color channels respectively, generating the composite computational image.

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      Royalty by Trent Nelson

      Trent Nelson has spent his career photographing the people of the American West. He has been a staff photographer at The Salt Lake Tribune since 1995. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, he is the founder of utahphotojournalism.com and blogs at www.theclick.us and www.trenthead.com.

      Trent says, "I photographed these two members of royalty just before a parade in the small town of Magna, Utah. It’s one of my favorite places to photograph. In fact, all the small towns of Utah are. Large hearts are found in small places."

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      Crank Up the Music by Charles Uibel

      Charles Uibel, born 1960, focused on the Great Salt Lake for several years. He shares his images with the world through regular contributions to the FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake, and in publications, competitions, exhibits, and at GreatSaltLakePhotography.com. His works have appeared in Chinese National Geography, Sunset Magazine, Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Visual Arts Exhibition at the Art Barn, and won “Best in Show” at the Monte L. Bean Museum.

      Uibel’s methodical and prolific photography at Great Salt Lake rarely probed nature; “I can’t say it with ducks.” Instead, Uibel’s intent has been to express being; to surf the moments, to stand on the corner of Ice Cream Truck Boulevard and Nowhere.

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