Exhibitions Catch-Up

October 14, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Wow. It's nearly "Giant Pumpkin Time" - the air is getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. It's been a while since my last post, so I thought I'd share a quick summary of what's been going on over the last few months.

In July, I had two pieces accepted for the show A Sense of Place - a juried group exhibition at Photoplace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont. Work was selected by Jane Fulton Alt, award winning photographer, winner of the 2007 Illinois Arts Council Fellowship Award, and multiple Ragdale Foundation Fellowships. My image "The Patient Spirit" was picked for the Gallery, and "Here Comes The Sun" was selected for the On-Line Annexe.

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The Patient Spirit

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The Catalog for this exhibition (click below to view it and see all the images) is available from Blurb:

Catalog: A Sense of Place

In August, My image "Night Storm" was selected for the exhibition The Sea: Above and Below at the 1650 Gallery in Los Angeles' Echo Park neighborhood. This image was actually taken while on a recent vacation in Greece and shows lightning at night over the Mediterranean.

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This month (October) I am back at Photoplace Gallery again in the exhibition Man In The Landscape - a group exhibition juried by international award-winning photographer, Brett Erickson. My image: "Forest" was selected for the Gallery. The exhibition is on until October 18th.

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Pictures from the gallery, showing all the pictures in the exhibition, are posted on Facebook, here.

The Catalog for the exhibition is available from Blurb:

Catalog: Man in The Landscape

Also in September, the Bay Area Photographers Collective (BAPC) held their annual All Members Exhibition Vanishing Point at Mullen Brothers Gallery, San Francisco, California USA.

Images were selected by the BAPC Exhibitions Committee. My images "Vanishing Point #1" and "Vanishing Point #3" were shown in the exhibition.

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Vanishing Point #3

Vanishing Point #1 is one of four of my images in the 2016 BAPC Yearbook. This is also available from Blurb:

BAPC Yearbook 2016

OK. Onwards to 2017...  Promise I'll post more pictures soon!


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