In There Is No Right Time, Mikayla Whitmore (UNLV Department of Art, BFA, 2010) comprises a series of photographs she took over several years while exploring the landscapes of Nevada & California. Whitmore seeks to highlight a series of unintentional vestiges of fading beliefs in order to trace a pantheon of contested principles that reflect romantic notions of the American west. These pictures aim to contextualize and amplify mementos of American values by way of isolation & freedom.
This project received funding from the Nevada Arts Council. Displayed at the Jessie Metcalf Gallery at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Part of an ongoing series recreating historic signage that has been destroyed or in threat of being removed in Nevada.
This Time Around was an exploration of signage and memory for the Neon Museum Artist in Residence program. Guests could attend one of five public workshops and create a miniature sign for free. The sign was added to a diorama and photographed. The diorama and photographs went on exhibit at the Marjorie Barrick Museum. This project was supported and funded by the Nevada Arts Council.
Boulder Highway is an ongoing photo essay.
Hello Sweetie, was a photography show paired with hand stitched phrases into the images. This series was awarded a NAC Jackpot Grant to bring it to completion.
Kelly, Danielle "A picture's worth a few stitched words..." Las Vegas Weekly, May 23, 2012