Local Exposure summary by Gallery 725

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(Check out my mom and Dad in the bottom left of the last picture!)

Please Join us for the Culmination of “Local Exposure”

Posted on 22nd February 2013 in Featured Artists, Happenings, Local Artists

Artist Reception March 2nd, 2013 ~ 6 pm

Featuring the best of Local Exposure as well as
Artists Ken Daga and Maya Adkins
debuting new photographic works.

A selection of fine wines paired with hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Artists will be on hand to discuss works with collectors and admirers.

In this exhibition both artists present their own specific understanding of nature in relation with identity.

Ken presents the notion of being unique as an individual through the use of different natural elements.

Maya seeks to explore the relationship humans have with natural environments.

Her landscape photography touches on the delicate balance of man and nature and questions where one begins and the other ends.

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Last Chance to See Local Exposure Exhibit!!

Posted on 20th February 2013 in Featured Artists, Happenings, Local Artists

February 28th is the last day to view the Local Exposure Exhibit!

This is a fantastic show you don’t want to miss.

25 local photographers showing their best works!

 

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Local Exposure a HUGE success!!

Posted on 25th January 2013 in Featured Artists, Happenings, Local Artists

Thank you to everyone who came out to support Local Exposure, the show opening was a success!  Congratulations to the following winners!

1st Place

“Ernie”

Jerry Feagin

2nd Place

“Pears”

Linda Olsen

3rd Place

“Country Dock”

Sid Earley

Award of Distinction

“Branches”

Ken Daga

Peoples Choice

“Sunrise View”

Lauren Kelsey Barnhorst

We will be posting the winning images over the weekend!  Stay tuned!

Impromptu photos by MichaelG.org

Impromptu Photos by MichaelG.org

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Photographer of miniatures and writer on all things small.

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