Exhibitions and News
Elmore’s art has traveled far and wide to destinations including Pietrasanta, Italy; Mobile, Alabama; and Thomasville, Georgia; with a solo exhibit at the Morris Museum in Augusta, Georgia in 2018. She takes the stage at Chautauqua Institution this year to speak about her flowers, and will be doing a fall show and conservation talk at Harrison Galleries in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in partnership with the Black Warrior Riverkeepers organization. Schools and civic organizations in Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia and South Carolina have previously enjoyed Elmore’s presentations.
Teepa Snow’s Dementia Journal recently published Elmore's article about the “Flowers for Mom” photographic journey, and she been a regular contributor for Covey Rise Magazine. Chulee, a book on which she collaborated with her husband about the life cycle of pine trees, is a nod to another favorite subject of hers, and the new Red Hills Clothing line supporting the work of Tall Timbers Research Station features designs inspired by her photographs in the great outdoors.
The “Flowers for Mom” series led to an arts collaboration with the San Francisco-based Del Sol String Quartet in 2017 whereby a digital presentation of her “Flowers for Mom” was the backdrop for their performance of Crossings. As a testament to the power of this series and how it resonates with people, Jackson Hospital in Alabama has created a “Flowers for Mom” tribute gallery so individuals can add photos from the series in memory or honor of mothers as a part of their Healing Arts Program.
Stories about Elmore have been featured in numerous articles in Southeastern publications. She blogs and sends regular Camera Journey e-mails featuring words and images to enlighten and entertain. Join the Camera Journey here.