Posts tagged - Amber Waves
Candid Photography Exhibit – Opening Reception
The Herberger Theater‘s Opening Reception for it’s Candid Photography exhibit at the University Club of Phoenix is now on October 22nd, 5:30 to 7 pm. Please note this is the new date, originally the reception was for 10/08.
My wife Connie and I are co-curators for the exhibition. The show is from October 8th thru December 1st at the University Club. Formerly a private residence, University Club of Phoenix still maintains the beauty of a vintage 1920’s home. The club hosts breakfast meetings, luncheon programs, private dinners, weddings, seminars and holiday parties.
The theme we selected for this exhibit is candid photography.
A candid photograph is a photograph captured through motion mostly, without creating a posed appearance. This is achieved by avoiding prior preparation of the subject and by either surprising the subject or by not distracting the subject during the process of taking photos. (1)
This exhibit, open only to photography is meant to display the opposite of today’s selfie culture. An example of this style may best be seen from the master of candid photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson, famous for the term, “The Decisive Moment”. This exhibit will feature works of photography only.
(1) “Candid Photography In Australia An Interview With Andrew Stark”. Urban Photography Art. 2010.
06/18/2015 – 07/12/2015
A Taste of Art 2015 Exhibition
Had two images selected for the A Taste of Art 2015 Exhibition. The exhibit will be on display at The Dairy Center For The Arts in Boulder Coloardo from June 18th through July 12th, 2015. There will be an Opening Reception on Saturday the 20th of June, from 3 pm to 7 pm. The exhibit venue, The Dairy Center for the Arts, really did begin its life as a dairy!
Food is universal. We all need nourishment through food (and through art too.) Boulder’s “foodie” culture creates a rich environment for all types of culinary exploration. We have excellent restaurants, numerous farmer’s markets, community gardens, a strong locavore culture, many organic growers, and increasing numbers of food industry entrepreneurs.
A Taste of Art is about food, any way you want to look at it. The exhibit will show original art in multiple mediums. It is open to living artists of all ages, who within the United States.
“Art related to food” is up to you to create. It might show growing, harvesting, preparing, enjoying, sharing, or celebrating. It might be protest art. It might be a classical still life or a cutting edge work using unexpected methods and materials. It might be cheerful or ravenous or angry or funny. Snack food, comfort food, ethnic food, kid food, your favorite food, “bad” or “good” food? It is all up to you, the artist. What do you want to express about food?
About the Dairy Center
Founded in 1992, the Dairy Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary non-profit cultural arts organization housed in the historic Watts-Hardy Dairy building, which once operated as a dairy storage and processing plant. Since 1997 when The Dairy’s 3 galleries were built, the organization has grown in recognition throughout Colorado, the United States and internationally. In addition to the galleries, The Dairy is home to 3 live performance theaters, an art house cinema, 3 dance studios, several music studios and classrooms, and 15 premier resident arts organizations. In 2014, The Dairy was visited more that 200,000 times by patrons who came to experience visual art, artists’ talks, dramatic theater, poetry, live music, dance and film and attend classes, workshops and seminars.
A Taste of Art Festival Events
- Thursday June 18: The Art of Plating and Artful Hors-d’oeuvres competition
- Friday June 19: The Artful Chef artist and chef team competition
- Saturday June 20: Gallery Exhibit opening event followed by film screening (American Wine Story) and wine tasting
- Sunday June 21 (Fathers Day): BBQ, Blues and Brews celebration
- Exhibit dates: June 18 – July 12, 2015
- Exhibit final day: July 12, 2015
The image “Strawberry & Cream” (photo info: 90mm, 1/60 sec, f/9, ISO 200).
The image “Amber Waves” captured in the West Valley (photo info: 45mm, 1/320 sec, f/9, ISO 200).
06/02/2015 – 07/18/2015
All Art Arizona 2015 Exhibit – Art Intersection
One of my photos was selected by the Art Intersection to be displayed at the All Art Arizona 2015 Exhibition from June 2nd through July 18th. The Art Intersection is located at 207 N Gilbert Road #201, Gilbert, AZ 85234. There will be an Opening Reception on May 30th (Saturday Evening), 6 – 8 PM. The reception is open to the public.
Art Intersection celebrates all forms of visual art with this juried exhibition from Arizona artists.
The annual All Art Arizona is a 7-week exhibition creating opportunities for visual artists of all experience levels to complete their artistic process and bring their work before a public audience.
On exhibit are many forms of visual art from Arizona artists featuring different mediums of painting, drawing, fibers, mixed media, photography, and sculpture. Come and enjoy this exhibition juried by the Art Intersection curatorial staff.
The image “Amber Waves” was captured in the west valley. Will be mounted on a 24 x 36 x 1.5 Standout Mount.
01/08/2015 – 02/09/2015
Visions: The West Valley Through Your Eyes – Arts HQ Exhibit
Three of my photos were selected by the West Valley Arts Council to be displayed at the Arts HQ Visions: The West Valley Through Your Eyes Art Exhibit from January 8th through February 9th. The Arts HQ is located at 16126 North Civic Center Plaza, Surprise, AZ 85374. There will be an Opening Reception on January 8th (Next Thursday Evening), 5 – 7 PM. The reception is open to the public.
The Official Headquarters
The Arts HQ is destined to become the West Valley’s gathering place for artistic inspiration, and will serve as the official headquarters for arts and cultural information for our region’s residents and visitors. The Arts HQ consists of 2,500 square feet of gallery space – plus an outdoor courtyard – connected by a covered breezeway. These flexible spaces allow for a multitude of arts and cultural events, and can be adapted to meet various visual and performance requirements.
The image “Power Demons” was captured near the Estrella Mountains.
Below is the image “Amber Waves”, featuring my wife, and my muse. Created in one of the remaining farm fields in Goodyear Arizona and only a short distance from where I grew up.
The image “I Can See It From Here” is one of the remaining Burrowing Owls that make Goodyear home.