Wednesday, February 07, 2007

group diversity

This weekend I attended a party called "Woman of Passion". Jenny Doh (from Stampington & Co.) brought together a group of artists and friends to celebrate her 40th birthday. There was good company, good food and many toasts that made this night a memorable occasion.

The days are a blur as we prepare for our big debut exhibit of the 4260 Black and White Photographers Guild. The opening will be at A Studio Gallery on February 11. The website I've created is not finished yet, but I am determined to have it up and running by the 11th. The Guild is comprised of a group of photographers that love black and white photography. It is amazing to see the magnificent photographs that these artists produce and work from the 22 Founding and Charter member photographers will be on display. It never ceases to amaze me how diverse photography can be. It's going to be an exciting evening and it will be here before we know it. If you are in the area, drop by for a visit. Open House is 5-7 on Sunday February 11th. Go to this link to read more about our brand new Guild for black and white photography.


Anonymous said...

The photography of the founding members of the 4260 Black and White Photographers Guild shown on the website was fun to look through.

I particularly enjoyed the AC B&W photo entitled "Towering"...notably the contrast between the manmade tower on the right and the clouds on the left--both powerful in their own way yet very different. The light above the tower also grabs my attention as does what appears to be a lone flag(?) atop the tower. Cool photo!

Another photo I really enjoyed there was Bristol MacDonald's "The Lope" which beautifully captured the power and grace of a moving horse's 4 legs: 3 in the air and one on the ground. It was a neat idea to only show the legs of the horse in the photo.


Anonymous said...

you are just too cute Angela(still)
(cute is still ok, right?)..well
I hope so..forever young and
talented as well!
how I wanted to steal you away and talk about your talent..but I was
focused on our Jenny..and thought
better to leave it.
But I wanted to say what a pleasure it was meeting you at the
Women of Passion party!xo

Anna said...

I think you're blog is idyllic for the person (read: a fan) like me. Thank you for being who you are.

Anonymous said...

Good words.