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Dear Friends: I hope this newsletter finds you well and enjoying your summer! Autumn is just around the corner!
Spring Arts Collective Gallery – Los Angeles
Opening Reception: September 11, 7-9pm
Burned Pinyon Pines in Fog. Mojave National Preserve, California
For the month of September, I’ll be one of the featured artists at the Springs Arts Collective Gallery
in Downtown Los Angeles. Beginning Thursday, September 11, I’ll be showing four photographs from my Desert series
. Coinciding with the Downtown Art Walk
, Thursday night’s opening promises to be busy and exciting as literally hundreds of art lovers will pass through the gallery. I hope you’ll join me this coming Thursday – stop by and say hello! Please see the Springs Arts Collective Gallery website
for more information and travel directions.
Yosemite Renaissance XXIII
King’s Art Center – Hanford, California
Bridalveil Falls. Yosemite National Park, California
In case you missed it while it was in Yosemite Valley, Yosemite Renaissance XXIII
has now traveled to the King’s Art Center
in Hanford, California, and will remain on display there through September 21. My photograph of Bridalveil Falls
(which received an Honorable Mention) remains part of this traveling exhibit. There are many fine photographs and paintings included in the exhibit, so I hope you’ll get a chance to visit the King’s Art Center if you’re in the area.
Recently On Exhibit:
Glimpses in Time – Joyce Gordon Gallery
I’m happy to announce that my photographs Drivers Wanted (left) and The American Dream
were selected by renowned San Francisco gallerist Stephen Wirtz
to be part of the juried Glimpses in Time
exhibition during the month of August. My two photographs were selected from over 350 images from nine countries and twenty-nine U.S. states.
Hanford Sentinel – Hanford, California
Joe Johnson of the Hanford Sentinel (a central California newspaper near Yosemite) recently interviewed me for an in-depth article that heralded the annual return of the Yosemite Renaissance exhibit to the King’s Art Center in Hanford, California. Although you won’t be able to see the large reproduction of my Bridalveil Falls photograph, the article is available on the Sentinel website for your reading pleasure. I had a great time speaking with Joe and sincerely thank him for featuring me in his article!
Recent Awards and Recognition
I am happy to announce that several of my photographs have recently received awards and recognition in international competitions:
* 3rd Place, Nature:Trees, Prix de la Photographie, Paris. 2008;
* Finalist, 28th Annual Photographer’s Forum Spring Photography Contest (2008);
* Honorable Mention; Trees; 2008 International Photographer of the Year Awards (22,000 entries from 124 countries).
As always, I sincerely Thank You for your support of and interest in my work. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email me.
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