Due to ongoingconcerns about coronavirus, this meeting has been moved on-line.
Our theme this month is “textural details”. Send images to firstname.lastname@example.org or show them from your computer with screen share.
We will talk about meeting locations going forward as well as further planning for our September show. The deadline for label information and artists’ statements will be soon after this meeting. As always, feel free to share the Zoom link with any potential new members.
Our next Zoom meeting will feature a presentation by Gary Martin, Curator of the Willits Center for the Arts, on Margaret Bourke-White, best known as the first American female war photojournalist and for having one of her photographs on the cover of the first issue of Life Magazine.
Also, Chris Pugh will talk about Medium, Ukiah’s newest gallery.
The rest of the meeting is non-agenda, but we will certainly talk about our September show.
Thursday, July 15, 2021, 7:00 – 8:00 PM; on-line event
Grace Hudson Museum presents photographer, artist, and scholar Kim Stringfellow to discuss her latest effort in exploring the physical, geological and cultural landscape of desert lands. You’ll never look at a desert the same way! Click here to join this free presentation.
Thursday, August 12, 2021, 7:00 – 8:00 PM; on-line presentation
Grace Hudson Museum presents Oakland Museum of California Curator Drew Johnson giving a virtual illustrated talk on the life and artistry of Dorothea Lange, one of the most significant photographers of the 20th century. Click here to join this free event.
Corner Gallery, 201 S. State St., Ukiah; through August 2021
First Friday Art Walk, July 2, 2021, 5:00 – 8:00 PM
“Wandering and Pondering,” an environmental tribute pairing ceramic art and photography, is the theme for the south window of the Corner Gallery for the months of July and August. Featured artist Mimi Booth states that she is seeking to understand each location, viewed through her camera lens. She is informed by patterns, textures, and geological formations of western landscapes that inspire related ceramic vessels. Imbedded in each piece is an interpretation of a landscape and a sense of gratitude for preserved public lands.
Scott Chieffo, Paul Kozal, Bill Oxford, and Scott Sewell
Burnett Gallery at Gualala Arts, 46501 Old State Highway, Gualala, CA; opening Saturday, July 3, 2021, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM; free
“What were you thinking?” As fine art photographers, we are asked this question virtually every time we show our work. Other common questions are: How did you shoot that? Where did you get that idea? What’s the story behind that image? Did the scene really look like that? Did you shoot that with an iPhone? more
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Wednesday – Friday 10:00 to 4:30, Saturday & Sunday 12:00 to 4:00
This fascinating exhibition explores the friendship of two women who explored and had adventures in the Southern California desert from the late 1910s through the early 30s. They both learned the art of photography and documented the stark and beautiful desert landscape — as well as the characters who inhabited it — long before the area’s abundance of golf courses and the Coachella Music Festival. Susie was the postmaster in the then vibrant town of Mecca, and both she and cousin Lula Mae discovered a passion for making and selling postcards. This traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy is augmented by a sampling of A.O. Carpenter images from the Grace Hudson Museum’s collections. A talented professional photographer, A.O. traveled throughout Mendocino County in the mid to late 1800s, documenting the landscapes, industries, and people of the region. Welcome back, physical, in-person exhibitions!
Light & Dark is an invitation to explore duality: an unflinching look at life and death, good and evil, power struggles, contrast, and diverse perspectives in various forms. Light & Dark will be an art exhibition that serves as an opportunity to create conversation, connection, and catharsis. Go here for entry information.