Annie on the Bayou

©Noelle McCleaf, 2011

Irvin’s Trailer, The Center for New Beginnings 

©Noelle McCleaf, 2014

Annie, Actress and Performance Artist

©Noelle McCleaf, Rescan from 2011

Buffalo and Muskrat (the Earth Diver), ©Noelle McCleaf, 2014

A little sample of an image from a new series of scanner based work I’ve been making, this one can be found in BETA by Oranbeg Press

If you are NYC, visit them at Across the Gutter for the release and more of Oranbeg’s amazing work! 

July 17th-22nd, 2014
HumanNYC 
110 Meserole Ave
Brooklyn, NY

oranbeg:

Oranbeg is proud to announce the selected artists for Beta

Rytis Gervickas, Stepanka Peterka, Loic Thisse, Tammy Mercure,
Andrew Hammerand, David Lurvey, Tristan Hutchinson, Andrew Frost, Ellen Wallenstein, Varvara Mikushkina, Jesse Untracht-Oakner,
Maggie Shannon, Juan Madrid, Theo Slavin, Nicole White, Ricky Rhodes, Alex Nelson, Zora Murff, Evan Deuitch, TJ Elias, Jonathan Pivovar, Aleck Venegas, Kendell Harbin, Matthew Cronin, William Shields,
Jay Muhlin,Matthew Crowther, Ben McNutt, Nic McInturff, Lauren Wansker, Noelle McCleaf, Jaclyn Wright, Magali Duzant, Sara J. Winston, Marisa Gertz, Alex Thebez, Kat Slootsky, Lindsay Metivier, Max Braningan, Colin Todd and Samantha Sutcliffe.

Beta will be released on July 20th at Across the Gutter

SO EXCITED FOR THIS!!! BETA!!! THANK YOU ORANBEG!!!

americanguide:

THUNDERING SPIRIT ANNUAL FAMILY POW WOW - MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA
The Thundering Spirit Annual Family Pow Wow takes place just east of Mount Dora, Florida, thirty miles north of Orlando, Florida. It is an inter-tribal pow wow open to the public for a celebration of traditional Native American Culture including a grand entry ceremony, drumming, dancing, crafts, and food. 
Mount Dora is named for Ms. Dora Ann Drawdy, a homesteader from the mid 1880s, and the town’s unusual terrain—it rests on a plateau 184 feet above sea level—is uncharacteristic of flat Florida topography. It’s also the home of one of the state’s largest flea markets, Renniger’s, which is a treasure trove of oddities on 117 acres of land. 
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Noelle McCleaf, was born and raised in Virginia and spent her childhood camping in Shenandoah and swimming naked in cold Pennsylvania Creeks. She has spent most of her adult life very far south in Southern Florida, where she works as a Professor of Photography and exhibiting photographer. In her spare time she photographs her mother and those close to her, who hold a deep respect for the landscape and how it sustains us. More of her work can be viewed at noellemccleaf.com. Find her on Tumblr at noellemccleaf.tumblr.com. 
 

Thanks again to Erin and Tom from the ever-inspiring American Guide! americanguide:

THUNDERING SPIRIT ANNUAL FAMILY POW WOW - MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA
The Thundering Spirit Annual Family Pow Wow takes place just east of Mount Dora, Florida, thirty miles north of Orlando, Florida. It is an inter-tribal pow wow open to the public for a celebration of traditional Native American Culture including a grand entry ceremony, drumming, dancing, crafts, and food. 
Mount Dora is named for Ms. Dora Ann Drawdy, a homesteader from the mid 1880s, and the town’s unusual terrain—it rests on a plateau 184 feet above sea level—is uncharacteristic of flat Florida topography. It’s also the home of one of the state’s largest flea markets, Renniger’s, which is a treasure trove of oddities on 117 acres of land. 
* * *
Noelle McCleaf, was born and raised in Virginia and spent her childhood camping in Shenandoah and swimming naked in cold Pennsylvania Creeks. She has spent most of her adult life very far south in Southern Florida, where she works as a Professor of Photography and exhibiting photographer. In her spare time she photographs her mother and those close to her, who hold a deep respect for the landscape and how it sustains us. More of her work can be viewed at noellemccleaf.com. Find her on Tumblr at noellemccleaf.tumblr.com. 
 

Thanks again to Erin and Tom from the ever-inspiring American Guide! americanguide:

THUNDERING SPIRIT ANNUAL FAMILY POW WOW - MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA
The Thundering Spirit Annual Family Pow Wow takes place just east of Mount Dora, Florida, thirty miles north of Orlando, Florida. It is an inter-tribal pow wow open to the public for a celebration of traditional Native American Culture including a grand entry ceremony, drumming, dancing, crafts, and food. 
Mount Dora is named for Ms. Dora Ann Drawdy, a homesteader from the mid 1880s, and the town’s unusual terrain—it rests on a plateau 184 feet above sea level—is uncharacteristic of flat Florida topography. It’s also the home of one of the state’s largest flea markets, Renniger’s, which is a treasure trove of oddities on 117 acres of land. 
* * *
Noelle McCleaf, was born and raised in Virginia and spent her childhood camping in Shenandoah and swimming naked in cold Pennsylvania Creeks. She has spent most of her adult life very far south in Southern Florida, where she works as a Professor of Photography and exhibiting photographer. In her spare time she photographs her mother and those close to her, who hold a deep respect for the landscape and how it sustains us. More of her work can be viewed at noellemccleaf.com. Find her on Tumblr at noellemccleaf.tumblr.com. 
 

Thanks again to Erin and Tom from the ever-inspiring American Guide! americanguide:

THUNDERING SPIRIT ANNUAL FAMILY POW WOW - MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA
The Thundering Spirit Annual Family Pow Wow takes place just east of Mount Dora, Florida, thirty miles north of Orlando, Florida. It is an inter-tribal pow wow open to the public for a celebration of traditional Native American Culture including a grand entry ceremony, drumming, dancing, crafts, and food. 
Mount Dora is named for Ms. Dora Ann Drawdy, a homesteader from the mid 1880s, and the town’s unusual terrain—it rests on a plateau 184 feet above sea level—is uncharacteristic of flat Florida topography. It’s also the home of one of the state’s largest flea markets, Renniger’s, which is a treasure trove of oddities on 117 acres of land. 
* * *
Noelle McCleaf, was born and raised in Virginia and spent her childhood camping in Shenandoah and swimming naked in cold Pennsylvania Creeks. She has spent most of her adult life very far south in Southern Florida, where she works as a Professor of Photography and exhibiting photographer. In her spare time she photographs her mother and those close to her, who hold a deep respect for the landscape and how it sustains us. More of her work can be viewed at noellemccleaf.com. Find her on Tumblr at noellemccleaf.tumblr.com. 
 

Thanks again to Erin and Tom from the ever-inspiring American Guide! americanguide:

THUNDERING SPIRIT ANNUAL FAMILY POW WOW - MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA
The Thundering Spirit Annual Family Pow Wow takes place just east of Mount Dora, Florida, thirty miles north of Orlando, Florida. It is an inter-tribal pow wow open to the public for a celebration of traditional Native American Culture including a grand entry ceremony, drumming, dancing, crafts, and food. 
Mount Dora is named for Ms. Dora Ann Drawdy, a homesteader from the mid 1880s, and the town’s unusual terrain—it rests on a plateau 184 feet above sea level—is uncharacteristic of flat Florida topography. It’s also the home of one of the state’s largest flea markets, Renniger’s, which is a treasure trove of oddities on 117 acres of land. 
* * *
Noelle McCleaf, was born and raised in Virginia and spent her childhood camping in Shenandoah and swimming naked in cold Pennsylvania Creeks. She has spent most of her adult life very far south in Southern Florida, where she works as a Professor of Photography and exhibiting photographer. In her spare time she photographs her mother and those close to her, who hold a deep respect for the landscape and how it sustains us. More of her work can be viewed at noellemccleaf.com. Find her on Tumblr at noellemccleaf.tumblr.com. 
 

Thanks again to Erin and Tom from the ever-inspiring American Guide!

americanguide:

THUNDERING SPIRIT ANNUAL FAMILY POW WOW - MOUNT DORA, FLORIDA

The Thundering Spirit Annual Family Pow Wow takes place just east of Mount Dora, Florida, thirty miles north of Orlando, Florida. It is an inter-tribal pow wow open to the public for a celebration of traditional Native American Culture including a grand entry ceremony, drumming, dancing, crafts, and food. 

Mount Dora is named for Ms. Dora Ann Drawdy, a homesteader from the mid 1880s, and the town’s unusual terrain—it rests on a plateau 184 feet above sea level—is uncharacteristic of flat Florida topography. It’s also the home of one of the state’s largest flea markets, Renniger’s, which is a treasure trove of oddities on 117 acres of land. 

* * *

Noelle McCleaf, was born and raised in Virginia and spent her childhood camping in Shenandoah and swimming naked in cold Pennsylvania Creeks. She has spent most of her adult life very far south in Southern Florida, where she works as a Professor of Photography and exhibiting photographer. In her spare time she photographs her mother and those close to her, who hold a deep respect for the landscape and how it sustains us. More of her work can be viewed at noellemccleaf.com. Find her on Tumblr at noellemccleaf.tumblr.com

 

Thanks again to Erin and Tom from the ever-inspiring American Guide!

Along Route 66, New Mexico

©Noelle McCleaf, 2012

Along Route 66, New Mexico

©Noelle McCleaf, 2012

North Bend, Pennsylvania 

©Noelle McCleaf, 2013

The Salton Sea, California

©Noelle McCleaf, 2012