LightBox Gallery is located at 1045 Marine Drive, Astoria, OR 97103, and can be reached by phone at 503-468-0238.
The exhibition runs from June 8 through July 10, 2019.
An opening reception - and celebration of LightBox Gallery’s tenth anniversary - is scheduled for Saturday, June 8, from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
A solo exhibition of my pinhole and (brand-new) cameraless photographs, Through a Box of Air, opens on Saturday, April 27, and runs through June 28 at Pinhole Coffee, 231 Cortland Ave., San Francisco, CA 94110, 415-728-2120.
There’s an opening reception on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, Sunday, April 28, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
I encourage you to make some pinhole photos on April 28, and if you’re in the San Francisco area, join us for the reception afterward!
The exhibition will take place at SAMple Gallery, located on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's campus in Hanes Art Center, at 121 E. Cameron Avenue, room 224, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
It features photographs from portfolios published on the Mother F-Stop website during its first three years. Exhibition dates are April 1 through April 12, 2019, coinciding with the university's Arts Everywhere month.
A limited edition handmade book that includes 14 of the photographs from the exhibition will be available for you to peruse at the reception.
The Gallery Space is located on the second floor at El Cerrito City Hall, 10890 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito, CA 94530. City Hall can be reached by phone at 510-215-4300.
My photograph, “Ready or not,” is included in the Holga and Friends 8th Annual International Competition Exhibition at Tammy Cromer Photo | Productions | Gallery.
The gallery is located at 2543 Farrington Street, Dallas, TX 75207, and can be reached by phone at 214-430-7148.
The exhibition runs from February 23 through April 13, 2019.
There will be an opening reception on Saturday February 23, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The juror for the Holga and Friends 8th Annual International Competition Exhibition was gallerist, fine art and commercial photographer, and videographer Tammy Cromer.
On display will be blue inspired images from a wide array of traditional and alternative photographic processes – including pinhole photography, images made with plastic cameras (including mine - below), cyanotypes, collage, and other photo-based works by Bay Area photographers.
The exhibition runs from February 16 through March 23, 2019. Three receptions are scheduled:
opening reception, Saturday, February 16, 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.
2nd Friday Jingletown reception: March 8, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
closing reception, Saturday, March 23, 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.
The gallery is located at 2889 Ford Street, third floor, Oakland, CA 94601. Gallery hours are Saturdays, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
My photograph, “On the precipice of waking,” from the series, Notes from the edge of nowhere, is included in the LA Artcore 3rd Annual Photographic Competition and Exhibition.
The exhibition takes place at at LA Artcore's historic downtown gallery in the Los Angeles Brewery Arts Colony, one of the oldest and largest live-work spaces in the world. Covering 23 acres in 14 buildings, 500-700 artists and businesses call The Brewery Arts Colony their home.
The gallery is located at 650A South Avenue 21, Los Angeles, CA 90031.
The exhibition runs from February 3 through 28, 2019, with a reception on Sunday, February 10, from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Jurors for the LA Artcore 3rd Annual Photographic Competition and Exhibition were Sarah Lee, a longtime Los Angeles gallerist, and art and photography curator, former trustee, Executive Director and guest curator at the Korean American Museum in Los Angeles, and member of the Japan-American National Museum Advisory Council since 1995; Sarah Hadley, a Los Angeles-based artist, curator and festival producer, and the Director of Marketing at the Los Angeles Center of Photography; and Aline Smithson, a photographic artist and educator (at the Los Angeles Center for Photography since 2001), who has work on exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
The theme of the issue is Flawed Beings, a collection of photographs that consider the process of being human and of creating art as a discovery of beautiful flaws that morph into our work and lives - photographs in which imperfections of the subject, camera, or technique are highlighted as an integral part of the image.
The online exhibition is available now; a print zine is in preparation.
My photograph, “From darkness we find each other,” from the series Where you are, is included in the exhibition Bay Area Big Shots: The Bay Area’s Best Photographers.
Bay Area Big Shots is the first-ever juried exhibition of the East Bay Photo Collective, a community of photographers working together to provide facilities, education, inspiration, and community to East Bay photographers .
Bay Area Big Shots runs from November 1 through December 29, 2018. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, November 1; a mid-show reception on Thursday, December 6, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., and a closing reception on Saturday, December 29, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The exhibition is hosted by Panorama Framing, located at 3350 Grand Avenue, Oakland CA, and reachable by phone at 510-629-1918.
Bay Area Big Shots was juried by the East Bay Photo Collective's board of directors.
Out of the Woods of Thought opens on November 1 at Argentea Gallery in Birmingham, UK.
I'm honored and delighted that three photographs from my series, Transitional landscapes, are included.
The exhibition runs through December 22, 2018. The gallery is located at 28 St. Paul's Square, Birmingham, B3 1RB, UK, and can be reached by phone at +44 (0)121 236 5444.
There will be an opening reception on Thursday evening, November 1, 2018, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Out of the Woods of Thought is an exhibition of Inside the Outside, a "landscape photography collective mediating the liminal space between the world before us and within." They are "a diverse group of photographers that share an awareness of that [transformative] potential [of both being in and representing the landscape] and for whom it has become an essential element of their work. It is a question they commonly explore, but in highly individual and personal representations of the land around them."
Watch this space for more details!