Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, my solo exhibition at The Photographer’s Eye gallery in Escondido (San Diego County) was delayed by one month. The new exhibition dates are; February 20th – March 20th, 2021.
I will be exhibiting thirteen images from my Memory Pods series. Concurrently Louise Russell’s botanical photographic studies from her families historical San Diego ranch will be the other solo exhibition in the other gallery. My exhibit will include artwork that spans the entire six years that I have continued to develop the Memory Pods series. The artwork is printed 24 x 30″ on Hahnemuhle Rag Metallic, which I think looks really stunning. The photographs are framed without glass to permit the viewer to enjoy the full luminance of the print surface, a nod to the Light & Space (art) movement in Southern California.
The opening reception for the exhibition is scheduled for February 20th, 2021 from 3:00 – 7:00 pm. There is a sign-up for the exhibition reception in order to accommodate social distancing during this pandemic, which you can find here.
The address for The Photographer’s Eye gallery is 326 E. Grand Ave, Escondido, California 92025.
There will be an artist talk February 25th, 5:30 – 7:00 pm (PST), sign-up here.
Cheers & be stay safe
Exhibition, Portfolio Reviews & Workshops
January 21 – 24th, 2021; Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP), EXPOSURE WEEKEND, a series of virtual portfolio reviews, and I will be on the team of available portfolio reviewers available that weekend. Sign-ups started December 1st. More information here.
Update: February 20th – March 20th 2021; Photographs’s Eye gallery, Escondido, CA, a solo exhibition of my Memory Pods series (lens-based photography). Exhibition reception February 20th, 3-7pm. Artist talk February 25th, 5:30 – 7:00 pm (PST), sign-up here.
Update: March 2021; Developing Your Creative Photo Book, a workshop that I am leading again in collaboration with Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP). Workshop dates are March 13 – 14th, and March 20-21st from 9am – noon PST. Four days, two consecutive weekends, a virtual workshop on Zoom, with time between sessions to develop your book dummy. Sign-up here.