Uncle Bob’s Kitchen
Admission is free, but due to COVID-19, the exhibit is not open to the public. For more information, call Jinchul Kim at 410-543-6274.
Works by Nicholas Davidowski, are showcased during the exhibit Subuarbia November 5 - December 9
Nick Davidowski was born in Boca Raton, FL, and moved to Annapolis, MD, in 2006. Since then, he has lived in Edgewater, MD, and now lives in Salisbury. Since middle school, he has been interested in photography, which stemmed from a teacher who gave him an old film camera to use. Most of his earlier work consists of landscapes, wildlife and architecture. His work now has migrated toward a relatively documentarian style of the rural and suburban environments of the United States, most of which has been documented in the central and south Atlantic Coast as well as the Midwest. Still, there is a general focus on architecture, yet this is much more general in the sense that he is more concerned with the scene as a whole, where the architecture becomes another element of the composition, rather than the entire focus.
Regarding mediums, Davidowski has a strong interest in digital photography, but even more so in 35mm film, medium format film and large format photography. The ephemeral nature of film photography, as well as the fact that it is a rather antiquated process, is what draws him to use such processes so extensively. Davidowski is the recipient of first prize in the Severn Town Club Art Show (spring 2019), the Walter C. Thurston Memorial Scholarship (spring 2022), and a two-time recipient of the Meyers Award for Photography (fall 2021/fall 2022). He is currently completing a B.F.A. in art with a focus in photography and has already completed a minor in mathematics.