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Susan Mikula Show Opens at Ferrin Gallery

Pittsfield grew into the city it once was largely on the strength of the General Electric Corporation, which dominated economic and civic life and shaped the very landscape there.  Now a greatly diminished presence, and fading by the day, it seems, General Electric’s industrial sites and their surroundings are the subject of photographer Susan Mikula’s soft-edged, painterly photographs, a group she calls “American Vale.”  The “creative economy” that shapes Pittsfield today is exemplified by the show of Mikula’s photographs that opened at Ferrin Gallery on Saturday, June 26.  Above:  Artist Colleen Quinn and Ferrin Gallery co-owner Leslie Ferrin
Photographs by Ben Glasser/Glasser Photography


Jewelry and Judaica designer Emily Rosenfeld and Lori McLean, owner of the eponymous Greenwich Village jewelry store; David Pakman host of Midweek Politics with David Pakman and Rachel Maddow


Senior Interactive Digital Designer at Kaon Interactive Casey Visco, Christopher Rose, designer Athan Vennell, and photographer Sloan Tomlinson; photographer Keith Emerling and Leslie Ferrin


Director of Operations and Finance for the Alliance to Develop Power Tim Fisk and photographer Matthew Londraville; Ferrin Gallery co-owner Donald Clark and Peter Dudek, sculptor and director of creative residencies at Bascom Lodge


Emily Rosenfeld and poet Jill McDonough; Susan Mikula and painter Terry Rooney

Clothing designer Dre Rawlings and Rachel Maddow; Bill Ravenesi, documentary photographer and director of Healthcare Without Harm and Mary Vogel, Executive Director, Asbestos Victims Special Fund Trust

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