A Weather Walked In – Charlie Haughey

June 7, 2017

Charlie Haughey shot nearly 3,000 photos in 1968 and 1969 while serving as a rifleman during the Vietnam War. The collection was stored for 45 years, unseen.

Join us at ANX Gallery to see prints and a coffee table book of Charlie’s photographs, published now five decades later for the first time. See striking 60″ x 40″ silver gelatin prints of Charlie’s work, meet Charlie, and have a cocktail or beer with us.

Opening reception: May 19th, 5pm to 10 pm

In the Press

A Weather Walked In – Charlie Haughey

January 5, 2015

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The crowdfunding campaign for A Weather Walked In, a book of ADX member Charlie Haughey’s never before seen Vietnam War photographs, ends Friday January 10th! The volunteer team behind this project (which launched from ADX) needs your help and support to make this book a reality! Go to www.awwi.vn to pre-order a copy of the print book, the iPad book, or purchase prints from original negatives, and help make this happen! These photos have been in storage for 45 years and are being printed for the first time. Help preserve this beautiful piece of history. Follow the project at www.facebook.com/chieuhoiphoto and check out a few of these phenomenal images below:

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Member of the Month: Josh Mabry

August 18, 2014

Josh Mabry came to ADX in January 2014 with little to no experience making. Although he had always been creative, Josh had never taken time to find the right outlet. He started looking for a welding class in town and “stumbled upon this great little community.” Josh proceeded to take Intro to Woodworking, Intro to Metal, and Upholstery 101 in order to figure out what craft best suited him. Josh ended up being drawn to woodworking and has spent the last seven months in the wood shop bringing the ideas he scribbles in his notebook to life.

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I started playing with making these gem-like forms from scraps of wood here in the shop back in April and fell in love with the form. 

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Josh has been working on turning his designs into functional pieces of art and will soon be launching a line of wooden jars and lamps. These gorgeous wood products will be available through his website madebymabry.com and on his Etsy shop, madebymabry.

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Josh strives to use reclaimed and sustainably sourced materials whenever possible for his projects and even makes his own locally sourced beeswax finish for his “gems”. Josh also donates 10% of his sales to help animals in need through the Pixie Project

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Want to check out more of Josh’s work? Follow him at @made.by.mabry on Instagram or contact him at josh@madebymabry.com