Call For Entries — ‘Fresh Eyes’ an online art exhibition featuring works of art that explore new perspectives, changing attitudes, and a turn toward hope as we begin a new year and move beyond the events of 2020. Share your symbols of transformation, newly discovered artistic processes, and visions of the future.All art forms areContinue reading “Call for Entries – Deep Valley Arts Collective”
Sunday, March 7, 2021, 11:00 AM, via Zoom Our theme this month is “orientation” – meaning anything other than the usual landscape or horizontal. In other words: square, vertical or portrait, panoramic, or fisheye. As always, this is for members to interpret or ignore as they choose. We’ll talk about continuing the mid-month, mid-week supplementalContinue reading “UPC March Meeting”
Ukiah Daily Journal, February 4, 2016
Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 7:00 PM, via Zoom (rescheduled) This is our non-agenda, no-pressure experiment with a meeting at a different day and time than the usual. We’ll talk about photography or whatever is on our minds. If you have any photos to show we will do that through screen-sharing. Maybe we will have a Mystery Photo.Continue reading “UPC Mid-month Mid-week Meeting”
Presented by the Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House Through April 11, 2021 See the exhibit here. Yosemite People is an exhibition from Exhibit Envoy and photographer Jonas Kulikauskas. All images © Jonas Kulikauskas
Jan Weather (clouds, ice, precipitation, wind) Feb Indoors (indoor scenes, food, photo booth set-ups) Mar Orientation (vertical, square, fish eye) Apr Distance (macro, telephoto) May Painterly Effects (abstract, kaleidoscope, brush strokes) Jun Liquid, translucence, patina Jul Time of Day / “Sign of the Times” Aug Textural details (in nature or man-made) Sep Lighting (backlighting, night photography, flash) Oct Imperfection (unsymmetrical compositions, insect eaten leaves, jam smeared face) Nov Domestic animals (dogs, cats, chickens) Dec Best /Continue reading “2021 UPC Themes / Sparks”
Open Thursday-Monday, 11-5 on the Sonoma Square, 450 1st Street East, Suite G, and by appointment. http://www.scottnicholsgallery.com Thanks to Dave Lohse for bringing this to our attention.
Henry Wonacott was a tenacious and adaptable commercial photographer working in Mendocino County between the years of 1908-1947. Equipped with the capacity to cater his skills to a changing market, his photography chronicles an evolving economic landscape. https://spark.adobe.com/page/7JFfZYoQ9AKOE/ https://spark.adobe.com/page/ago6hWiEWpf2N/
An online gallery exhibition of artwork that explores our country’s current state of affairs as we navigate a worldwide pandemic, sheltering in place, and widespread protest against the mistreatment of people of color by law enforcement across the nation. Featuring the works of: Amelia Rubie, Aaron Aguilar, Chris Pugh, E.D., Jane Russell, Janet Rosen, JoshContinue reading “Deep Valley Arts Collective”
Volkhard Sturzbecher’s stunning “Upper Fall” was recently published on 1x.com, which accepts less than one percent of submitted photos. Congratulations Volkhard!