Locust Candy (“an independent magazine . . . We love anything and everything from bizarre to abstract to absolute nonsense, as long as there is a story involved”) has accepted three of my photographs: “Watertown Abandoned Industry,” “Wealth Management,” and “Whiskers” for its Spring online issue.
The Remington Review, an online publication [that] “strives to publish new, original work by rising poets, fiction and creative nonfiction writers, and visual artists,” has accepted my black and white photo entitled “Nature’s Art” for publication in its Spring 2023 issue.
Figwort Literary Journal Volume 1 features my black & white photograph, “Old versus New” on their front cover.
The Minison Project’s TMP Magazine has accepted four of my color photographs: “Diversity”, “Life”, “Mushrooms” and “Shaman” for publication in its February 2023 issue.
The Art Club Boston College student organization is hosting an art show during the month of November in Carney Hall. Artwork produced by faculty, staff and students will be on display. The club is hosting a reception on opening night (tonight, November 1) in Gallery 203 at 7:30 PM.
My color photograph “Filing System” was accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Cheat River Review.
UPDATE: the photos have just been published and can be viewed at: https://dsmag.in/2022/09/28/phil-temples-mini-album-abandoned-industry/.
The market Doublespeak Magazine has accepted several of my color photographs from my “Abandoned Industry” collection.
I took these photographs while trespassing on the property of an abandoned stone cutting company in March, 2005 near Bloomington, Indiana. They were shot using an inexpensive Canon PowerShot G2 camera.
Doublespeak Magazine “[…] provides a space for images, photographs to be precise, where one can express the abstraction through a process of mere documentation.”