Tamara Danoyan at Collectors’ Photography Gallery

Tamara Danoyan is exhibiting her Watermarks series at the Collectors’ Photography Gallery in Corte Madera (105 Corte Madera Town Center). Co-exhibitors are: Mark Citret, Lois Tema, Beverly Conley, and Jon Krotinger. The show runs from August 18 to November 14, 2021.

Neo Serafimidis Exhibition at Mercury Twenty Gallery

Neo Serafimidis is showing selection from his series The Sheltering Night at Mercury Twenty Gallery in Oakland.

The show runs July 30 through September 4, 2021

More details at mercurytwenty.com

Gene Dominique at Lindsay Dirkx Brown Gallery

Gene has a group exhibition featuring works by some of his Asian American and African American friends at the Lindsay Dirkx Brown Gallery, 2501 Alcosta Blvd, San Ramon, CA. The show runs from August 3 thru August 28. Gene is showing works from his Ancestral Shadows series.

Richard Dweck 1st Place in Triton Museum competition

 

 

 

Richard Dweck’s photograph The Opposite of Drab was awarded 1st Place in Photography at the Triton Museum’s Statewide 2D Competition. The exhibition is in the Salon at the Triton between  June 26  and September 12, 2021 at 1505 Warburton Avenue Santa Clara, CA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The New World

October 19-November 22, 2022

Minnesota Street Project

Curated by Sandra Phillips

Mitch Nelles in LensWork Magazine

Mitch Nelles will has published 8 images from his San Francisco, Building Resources portfolio  in the June 2021, Issue #153, of LensWork Magazine. This works is part of Mitch’s ongoing black and white series focused on this recycling center near Pier 92.

 

John Martin @ FotoNostrum Magazine

John Martin is a winner in the FotoNostrum Portfolio and Cover Competition!
 
John’s portfolio has been selected for  publication in FotoNostrum Magazine and this image will grace the cover of the issue.
 
 
 
 

John Martin @ Lens Magazine

Johns work from the 1970’s in Manhattan is being published as a feature in Lens Magazine issue #78.

 

Cindy Stokes @ Redwood City Art Kiosk

Cindy’s Close to Home is a unique site-specific, photo-based art installation at Redwood City’s Art Kiosk. It’s a narrative on the breadth of man’s relationship with fire, from the comfort of the campfire to the threat of wildfire, a threat we ourselves contribute to.

Art Kiosk, 2208 Broadway, Redwood City, CA

April 17-May 30, 2021 (viewable at all hours)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ellen Konar/Steve Goldband in ARC Gallery show 48 Pillars

Ellen and Steve’s diptych Hawkview I and II is being shown in the ARC show in San Francisco 48 Pillars. This show includes a pair of work from each

of 24 artists, working in many media, where each piece is exactly 48 inches tall and 12 inches wide. The opening reception is Saturday February 27 at 7PM on Zoom.

 

Maria Budner wins first place in Living in Virtual Time

Marias  photos were selected for the City of South San Francisco Cultural Arts Committee’s show Living in Virtual Times.  She won first place, honorable mention and one other selection.
 

Sheltering in Place