It's been a while!

October 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Well, it's been a busy few months and I can't believe how fast the time has gone since I last updated this blog.  The show at St. John Fisher was a big success and a lot f fun. Currently my classmates, teachers and I at the Flower City Arts Center are exhibiting the work we did in Intro, Intermediate and toning B&W Film classes at Wayne Arts in Newark. It's a varied and interesting show and a pleasure to be a part of. And, I am part of a really fun show at Gallery 96 called "Street Photography". Coming up I am part of a group show at Image City Photography Gallery in Rochester.  The post cards are below.  I hope you will stop by Image City and take the drive to Newark to see the current shows.

Backroads

Oct 31 - Nov 26, 2017 Opening Reception Friday, 5 - 9 pm, Nov 3Oct 31 - Nov 26, 2017 Opening Reception Friday, 5 - 9 pm, Nov 3Photographs by Gary and Phyllis Thompson and Friends
AJ Bellavia, Robert Carr, Cuyler Coddington, Archie Curry, Bonnie Gamache, Jane Gotowka, Mike Haugh, JoEllen Hill, John Hoeft, Ron Kenney, Frank Liberti, Ernie Nalette, Debbie Nawoczenski, Luann Pero, Angela Possemato, Karen Schlenker, Linda Siple, Loni Titus, Charles Vaughn, Fred Weingarten, Rob Westfall

October 31 - November 26, 2017
Opening Reception
Friday, 5 - 9 pm, November 3

F8 Photo Group

Photo Group Exhibit at Wayne Arts Oct. 19-Nov. 11, 2017. Reception Oct. 21.Photo Group Exhibit at Wayne Arts Oct. 19-Nov. 11, 2017. Reception Oct. 21.DEVELOPED - IMAGES ON FILM
Film? What’s that? No one shoots on film any more, right?
Not so fast! Film photography has not gone the way of the dinosaurs and this upcoming exhibit at Wayne Arts will show you that what’s old is new again. Having met at black and white film photography classes at the Flower City Arts Center in Rochester students and teachers formed the "F8 Photo Group” and decided to show their work in the Main Gallery at Wayne Arts.
In the work of photographers Hillary Livingston, Jon Merritt, James Northrup, Benjamin Osborne, Jennie Papkin, Angela Possemato, Jobena Robinson and Mark J Watts you will see a wide variety of images and techniques reflecting the diverse interests and vision of each artist. All images were shot on 35mm or medium format film, some with specialty cameras, then processed and printed with traditional techniques in the darkroom.
Come and meet these “retro photographers” learn about their processes and maybe be inspired to take out your film camera and start shooting!

Street Photography

October 18-November 18, 2017 at Gallery 96. Reception October 20.October 18-November 18, 2017 at Gallery 96. Reception October 20."Street Photography captures people living their lives, walking their dog, saying good-bye to a friend, enjoying the warmth of a summer's day, pausing to catch up with the world around them. Often people don't know they are being photographed; sometimes they do. The trick is to catch them when they are most engaged in their lives, when they are lost in a moment."

Our Frame of Mind ExhibitOur Frame of Mind ExhibitPlease join Bonnie Gamache, Luann Pero, Loni Titus and me at the O'Keefe Gallery in the Skalny Welcome Center at St. John Fisher College for "Our Frame of Mind - An Exhibit of Diverse Images by Four Women Photographers"

The exhibit opens Monday July 31 and closes Friday August 25. The artist reception will be Friday, August 11 from 4-7pm. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.

Gallery hours are 9 - 4, Monday through Thursday; and Friday, 9 - noon.

 

 


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