Welcome Tamara Danoyan

Welcome Tamara Danoyan as BAPC’s newest member! Tamara showed work to the collective last night from her series Watermarks.

Philip Krayna showing Spray @Era Art Bar

Era Art Bar, Oakland, California
Opening Reception June 6, 2019, 7:30pm
June 6-31, 2019

As Oakland and the Bay Area gentrifies and artists and galleries are displaced, graffiti may be one of the most visible and accessible showcases for creativity. This collection of oversize, enlarged images show discarded spray paint cans—the tools of the graffiti artist—collected from abandoned buildings, train tunnels, and back alleys throughout the East Bay.

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Dan Fenstermacher: first place @Peninsula Photo Contest

One of Dan Fenstermacher’s photos from Morocco has been selected for first place in the Travel category at the Peninsula Photo Contest. The show will be up May 21st June 23rd at the Palo Alto Art Center and the with an opening reception May 23 at 6pm.

Rose Borden @Atlantic Gallery NYC

Rose Borden’s image Color Abstract 01 is being shown as part of the Abstracted Reality show of the Professional Women Photographers.

Atlantic Gallery
548 West 28th Street, Suite 540, NYC
June 4-15, 2019
Opening Reception: June 6, 6pm

Ellen Konar/Steve Goldband @ PhotoPlace Gallery

Juror Laura Moya has selected Ellen and Steve’s image April 7 12:06 from their series Fertile Ground to be included in the upcoming show Intentional Spaces in PhotoPlace Gallery of Middlebury Vermont.

The show runs from June 20-July 13 2019.

Philip Krayna shows at Arbuckle Gallery

Breaking the Mold: 
San Jose’s Oldest Foundry

Arbuckle Gallery, History Park, San Jose, CA
Through July 21st, 2019

Featuring portraits of workers at Kearney Metal Works, the oldest metal foundry in San Jose, this solo exhibit of photographs documents the changing face of manufacturing and heavy industry in rapidly-evolving Silicon Valley.

Location: Arbuckle Gallery, 635 Phelan Ave, San José, CA 95112
Hours: Tues–Fri, 12:00pm–5:00pm; Sat–Sun, 9:00am–5:00pm

BAPC celebrates its 20th Anniversary!

BAPC celebrates its 20th Anniversary with an exhibit at Harvey Milk Photo Center.

September 26-October 26, 2019

Stay posted for more info.

Rusty Weston at Black Box Gallery


Rusty Weston’s She Heard Footsteps

Rusty Weston’s image She Heard Footsteps from the series Unrealized will be seen in Portraiture: Through the Lens at Black Box Gallery in Portland, Or., curated by Todd Johnson. The exhibition runs from May 1-20, 2019. 

Dan Lythcott-Haims shows at Mirada Art in Half Moon Bay

On April 12-14 11am-6pm Dan Lythcott-Haims will be showing his work at 337 Mirada Art located at 337 Mirada Rd Half Moon Bay, CA

Dan will also be showing in his own room (separate from BAPC) from
April 26-28 at stARTup Art Fair, Room 205, Hotel del Sol, 3100 Webster St. San Francisco.

Cindy Stokes at Center for Fine Art Photography

Cindy Stokes’ work Rise from the series Form and Formless will be shown in the show Life of Water at The Center for Fine Art Photography, curated by Jennifer Shaw. The exhibition runs from June 5-July 1, 2019

Ellen Konar/Steve Goldband and Linda Fitch exhibit in CPA Members’ Juried Exhibition

Curators Connie and Jerry Rosenthal have included Ellen Konar and Steve Goldband’s image ‘December 23, 12:30’ from their series Fertile Ground , and Linda Fitch’s “Two Trees, Study 1, Hokkaido, Japan” in the Center for Photographic Arts 2019 Members’ Juried Exhibition.

The exhibit at CPA in Carmel, CA runs from April 27 through June 2, 2019, with an opening reception on Saturday April 27 from 5:00-7:00 PM.

Gene Dominque gets Best in Show at PhotoCentral’s Spring Exhibition

Celebrating HARD at 75! The 2019 Annual Spring Exhibition 
March 30 – May 11, 2019

Judges Margaretta Mitchell and Irene Imfeld awarded Best of Show to Gene Dominique at the opening of PhotoCentral’s Spring Exhibition last Saturday.
His image is called Thoughts and Prayers and is presented as a 40″ x  40″ framed print.  The photograph is part of Gene’s burgeoning Outrage! series.  Though he wishes otherwise, Gene finds no lack of inspiration for the series.