Member Bulletin Board
As a current member of HCP, we invite you to post updates on your exhibitions, publications, awards, and recent press coverage on this page. Please send us your updates in text form, maximum of 100 words to: email@example.com with the subject header "Member Bulletin Board." Sorry, due to programming restrictions no images can be posted at this time.
Lorna Bieber has a solo show “Of Echoes and Grace” at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA, from August 30 – December 17, 2013. The reception and Gallery talk will be Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 5:30.
For more details about the exhibition, see the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum exhibitions website:
https://www.mtholyoke.edu/artmuseum/upcoming-exhibitions or visit the artist’s website: http://www.lornabieber.com
HCP member, Daniel Kramer, had a great write up on Houston Press' 100 Creatives 2013. Click HERE to read the article.
Pia Greenberg recently won Honorable Mention for her photo "L'Homme (The Man)" at the 2013 Texas City Arts Festival in Texas City, TX.
Pia also won Honorable Mention for her photo "Windows" at The Galveston Art League Spring 2013 Juried Show.
Armin Cantini has a solo exhibition of 24 images at DesignWorks Gallery, 2115 Postoffice Street in Galveston, Texas from April 13 to May 19, 2013. Entitled "It's In the Eyes" is a selection of portraiture from recent travels to Nepal, Tibet, Cuba, Peru, Russia and Myanmar (Burma). A preview reception is April 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. The Galvestion ARTWALK is April 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. ARTWALK is sponsored by the Galveston Arts Center and numerous commercial galleries will be open for viewing throughout Galveston's Historic Downtown and beyond.
Demetre Grivas is pleased to announce an exhibition of his work to be shown at Redbud Gallery in Houston, TX. The show, titled Awakening: Part I, will hold a reception on March 23 from 6-9pm and the exhibition runs throught April 4. To see more of Demetre's work please visit www.DPGart.com
Lorna Bieber has a solo show “From a Distance” at The Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, May 17 – September 8, 2013. The reception and Gallery talk will be September 1, 2013.
For more details of the exhibition, see Faulconer Gallery at the Grinnell College exhibitions website:
http://www.grinnell.edu/faulconergallery/exhibitions or visit the artist’s website: www.lornabieber.com
Denise Bossarte's photographs "Slipped Boats Series 1 - #1" and "Slipped Boats Series 5 - #1" have been selected to be exhibited in the Masur Museum of Art 50th Annual Juried Competition March 2 – June 8, 2013.
The photographs can be seen on http://www.foundworlds.com/ in the Abstract gallery.
Timothy H. McCoy has a one-man show consisting of 39 images from his palladium portfolio, Sanctuary, at The Gallery at Penn College, Williamsport, PA, Feb. 7 - March 7, 2013. The opening reception is Feb. 7, 4:30 - 6:30 with a Gallery talk at 5:30.
Two images from this portfolio, “Eternal Vigil” and “Inner Sanctum,” were included in the 30th Annual Juried Membership Exhibition last summer.
Leon Alesi is pleased to announce a solo exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO. The show, which features selections from his portrait series "Personal Space", is open now and will run until February 27. 2013. There will be an opening reception on Friday, February 1st, 6-9pm. For more details consult the gallery website: www.c4fap.org or artist website: www.leonalesi.com.
Denise Bossarte's photograph "Crossroads 03" has been selected to be exhibited in the juried EKU Chautauqua National Exhibition Crossroads in February 2013.
The photograph can be seen on http://www.foundworlds.com/ in the Urban gallery.
Ellen Jantzen pleased to learn that her photo, "In The Field Of Gold" has won First Place, Fine Art Photography in the FotoDC 2012 international Awards Competition and is being exhibited at the Warner Center during FotoWeekDC
Kathleen B. Donovan was awarded First Place in "Picture This: What We Photograph", Juror: Cig Harvey, at MPLS Photo Center, Minneapolis, MN. Her winning photograph, "Holding Touch", can be seen on her website,kbdonovan.com under the heading, People. The show runs January 18th through March 2, 2013.
Walt Bistline received the Merit Award for Photography for "South Padre
Island 09-2469" in the juried exhibition "Open Space: Art About the Land" at
Minnetrista Cultural Center in Muncie. The exhibit is on display at
Minnetrista September 1 - October 7, then moves to The Art Association of
Henry (Indiana) County, October 28 - November 21, and then to The Anderson
Center for the Arts in Anderson, Indiana, December 7, 2012 - January 25,
Separately, Walt's photo "Ely Cathedral" was chosen as an illustration for
the book "How Music Works" by David Byrne (of "Talking Heads" fame),
published September 2012 by McSweeney Press.
Walt is the photography instructor at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana.
F-Stop Magazine, in conjunction with Fototazo, has selected five photographs from Daniel Kramer's Cuba portfolio for inclusion in this month's issue dedicated to Latin America:
Corporate Volunteer Event Photographer Needed!
DATE: Thursday, September 6th, 2012
LOCATION: Jim & Barbara Morefield Boys & Girls Club, 5950 Selinsky Road, Houston, Texas 77048
TIME: 7:45am-3:30pm (long day, but well worth it!)
EVENT: T-Mobile Huddle Up Houston; a volunteer event engaging about 150 local T-Mobile employees. At the event, employees will be volunteering their time to paint rooms, murals, exterior, build gardens, create a theater stage, set up seating, build benches, and much more! Local Houston T-Mobile stores and centers have been fundraising for 2 months for supplies to donate to this Boys & Girls Club. All supplies will be presented on the day of service. The event includes an opening and closing ceremony, catered breakfast and lunch, and a live DJ.
MORE INFO: http://www.t-mobile.com/Company/Community.aspx?tp=Abt_Tab_CommunitySupport&tsp=Abt_Sub_CommunitySupport
CONTACT: Cacey McReavy, firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-375-6288
Daniel Kramer's 2011 portrait series documenting homeless people with their most prized possessions has received the First Place Photo Package Lonestar Award from the Houston Press Club. Mr. Kramer also won this award in 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009.
Another exciting workshop (arrive January 19 – depart noon January 25) at beautiful Big Bend Ranch State Park. We will operate out of the Big Bend Ranch State Park Headquarters in far West Texas. It is 350,000 incredible acres of pictures just waiting to be made. Mike and Alan will take you to places that you did not know existed and have never thought about photographing. The days will be filled with field trips, Photoshop help, great discussions and image critiques as well as a lot of practical knowledge and just plain fun. We are limiting the workshop to 10 folks so there will be lots of personal instruction.
The workshop is $650 plus the minimal cost of staying at the park HQ with meals. A $250 deposit and signed release form is required to hold your spot with the balance due on or before November 1, 2012. The last three trips have been sold out early so get in touch soon! Please contact Alan at 713-526-1747 or email@example.com for additional information and to register.
Upon registration, we will update you with equipment suggestions and other information leading up to the workshop. A full refund is available until November 1, 2012 and you have the opportunity to sell your spot after that date if you cannot attend.
Leon Alesi will be opening a solo exhibition at the RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco on June 20, 2012. The show will feature selections from his portraits series "Personal Space" and is on view from June 20 - July 15, 2012. You can find more specific information on the gallery website here: http://raykophoto.com or on his website here:www.leonalesi.com.
And also, one of my photographs has been selected for exhibition by Paul Kopeikin of Kopeikin Gallery for the Griffin Museum's 18th Juried Exhibition!
Posted on 5/16/12:
Artists Wanted Announces 3rd Annual SELF Competition
Awarding a Gallery Show in NYC + Two-page Spread in Flash Art Magazine + $10,000
Hello from Artists Wanted!
We are reaching out to let you know we’ve launched our 3rd annual Self Competition, a juried, open call for art and photography with the goal of launching the story of one artist on the world stage. One visionary will be presented with a $10,000 grant, a Two-page spread in Flash Art Magazine and a Gallery Show in the See // Exhibition Space in New York City.
Posted on 5/09/12:
NPR has published an online article about HCP member Frank Hamrick's photography and handmade books as part of a week long focus on southern photographers.
Posted on 4/25/12:
HCP Member Daniel Kramer has recently had photographs selected by:
Louise Clements for The Center for Fine Art Photography's exhibition: Simply
As well as for exhibition at the Minneapolis Photo Center:
Posted on 4/18/12:
HCP Member Daniel Kramer won the People's Choice Award at ASMP's FotoFest Show, "Texas Presence."
Daniel Kramer also has a solo exhibition currently on view at The Krishna Cafe Gallery
, 1701 Commerce St, Houston, TX 77002.
Posted on 3/19/12:
Lorna Bieber, Image Myths
Cooley Memorial Gallery
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd.
April 10 - June 3, 2012
Reception and Artist Talk - Saturday, April 21, 2012, 6:30 p.m.
Posted on 3/6/12:
Sally Stubbs' solo show "Keep Your Eyes Open" is currently on exibit at the Art Institute of Houston - North, 10740 N. Gessner, Houston (just outside Beltway 8) until the end of March. Opening Reception is Thursday, March 15 from 6pm - 9pm. Free parking, refreshments. For additional information: 281-671-3381.
Posted on 1/13/12:
HCP member Irby Pace would like to announce an upcoming exhibition at the Cora Stafford Gallery called Unintended Consequences by Irby Pace. Unintended Consequences is a photography exhibition that takes images found in Apple computer stores. These portraits are taken anonymously by customers and left behind on iPhones, iPads and iPods. People are offering themselves up to be seen by others as the ideas of privacy are changing in the 21st century. I take the images from the devices and then I pick images to print larger than life-size as well as include them into installations and video projects. The opening/closing reception will be February 9th from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
Posted on 1/2/12:
HCP member Caren Alpert's project called "Terra Cibus" was recently published in the Wall Street Journal which you can check out online here: http://blogs.wsj.com/photojournal/2011/12/27/close-up-cuisine/. You can also see the article in hard copy in the December 24-25 print edition (Weekend Journal) in "The Visualizer" column as well as online in the January 2012 issue of Wired UK: http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2012/01/start/this-is-your-fortune. Please feel free to see more at her website listed below.
Caren Alpert Photography
Posted on 12/11/11:
Call for Entry: Black & White, The Absence of ColorMinneapolis Photo Center
Exhibit Juror Bevin Bering Dubrowski
Prize Awards: First Place - $400, Second Place - $300, Third Place - $200 and Three Honorable Mentions. Prizes and Awards include a free Black & White Exhibition Book.
Accepted Images: All images selected by juror will be exhibited throughout the Mpls Photo Center Galleries and published in an Exhibit Book for purchase.
Submission Deadline: January 21st, 2012
On Exhibit: March 9th through April 22nd, 2012
Opening Reception: March 9th, 2012 Mpls Photo Center Second Floor Gallery
Posted on 11/30/11:
HCP member Lorna Bieber would like to announce a gallery talk in conjunction with her show "Fractured Narratives: Works by Lorna Bieber" at Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. The show is on view from October 8, 2011 to January 8, 2012. A gallery talk will be held on December 4, 2011 at 2:00 PM.
Below is a link to an e-brochure published in conjunction with the show:
Tuesday through Saturday: 10:00 - 5:00
Sunday: 1:00 - 5:00
Posted on 7/25/11:
THE COLOR OF ICELAND
In association with Focus on Nature (International Photography Workshops in Iceland) join with world renowned Houston photographer, Arthur Meyerson, on a once in a lifetime Iceland photo workshop experience August 14-August 20, 2011.
Here’s an opportunity to photograph an exotic location, it’s people and culture while learning from a master color photographer. This workshop/photo tour, designed for amateurs and professionals, focuses on documenting this extraordinary country, it’s people and it’s culture. Through assignments, critiques and discussions, participants acquire techniques to become more sensitive to light and its effects on color, while creating a “sense of place”. Arthur guides and inspires participants to help refine their individual style for creative fulfillment.
For more information:
Posted on 3/24/11:
fourteen11's debut group exhibition ID curated by Kristy Peet will be opening April 8th at Darke Gallery. ID focuses on the theme of identity though photography, video, silkscreen and sculpture.
The exhibiting artists include: A.J. Ahktar, Amanda Miller, An Nguyen, Ari Reyes, Jing Gao, Lillie Monstrum, Mauricio Lazo, Max Trautner, mike Gault, Monica Kressman, Patrick Hunter Cash, Rena Suzuki, Tara Roach and Vanessa Esperanza.
Opening Friday April 8th from 6 - 9pm, to follow through May 6th.
DARKE | gallery
320 B. Detering @ Feagan
Houston, TX 77007
Posted on 3/21/11:
ARTS IN THE HUMANITIES LECTURE SERIES
TUESDAY. March 22, 2011
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Lecture
8:00-9:00 p.m. Pasta Dinner for Students, Faculty & Staff. Meet the Artist!
Rice University. Department of Visual & Dramatic Arts. Rice Media Center Building. Film Auditorium
Free and open to the public.
Posted on 3/18/11:
If you are interested in showing your work in a downtown gallery space, I am now curating the Total Plaza Gallery and looking for high-quality artists who can utilize the space. It's located at Louisiana and Dallas (across from the Hyatt). If interested, contact me for details!
Posted on 3/10/11:
Leon Alesi is a featured artist in the March Issue #24 of Fraction Magazine. Twenty images from his "Personal Space" project can be viewed online at www.fractionmagazine.com. He also won "Best in Show" in the "New Directions 2011" show exhibited at Wall Space Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA, curated by David Bram.
Posted on 3/4/11:
HCP members receive discount to attend the workshop "WHAT EVERY VISUAL ARTIST SHOULD KNOW ABOUT COPYRIGHT"
Sponsored by: (ASMP) American Society of Media Photographers with FotoFest and the Houston Chapter of ASMP
Posted on 2/3/11
Austin Center for Photography is presenting their Second Workshop at the end of this month. Join ACP as they present Reinventing Your Photographic Storytelling
with National Geographic photographer, Maggie Steber.
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Class typically 9am to 11am-1pm; afternoon/evenings shooting
Limited to 15 participants
$800 / $725 for ACP members
10-15 photographs required
For more information or to register, CLICK here: Austin Center for Photography Workshop
Posted on 2/1/11
Jennifer Shaw and Nan Brown, both participating artists in HCP's 2011 Print Auction Preview Exhibition,
have been featured in this month's issue of Fraction Magazine
. Check it out here: Fraction Magazine
Posted on 1/28/11:
HCP member John Bernhard invites you to the opening reception of his solo exhibition at the Gallery at River Oaks featuring his series, Body Work. This exhibit represents John Bernhard latest work where he transforms the body into images reminiscent of a dream. The body breaks free of its own material constraint, and dissolves into nature and metamorphoses into mystic human or abstract forms.
The Gallery at River Oaks hosts the event, with an opening reception with the artist on Thursday, February 24, 2011 from 6 – 9 pm. The gallery is located in the River Oaks Shopping Center. For more info visit www.thegalleryriveroaks.com
Posted on 1/27/11:
Executive Director, Bevin Bering Dubrowski, will lead a gallery walk-through at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston on Thursday, January 27 of their current exhibition Perspectives 173: Clifford Owens
. Walk-through begins at 6:30p.m.
Posted on 1/19/11:
Artist/Photographer HCP members Laszlo Perlaky and Lexi Nemeth were invited among 50 artists to exhibit and sell their works on the St. Francis fundraising Art Show on January 29 – 30, 2011.
Treat yourself to an amazing collection of art works by a wide variety of artists. Laszlo and Lexi will have six art panels and will exhibit 12 pieces of 22”x28” matted and framed b&w prints and 24 pieces of 20”x24” color matted and framed prints. They will have two art bins containing about 40 pieces of 20”x24” color and B&W matted sleeved prints. Come and see them there!
Saturday, January 29, 2011, 12 – 9 PM
Sunday, January 30, 2011, 11 AM – 4 PM
St. Francis Episcopal Church Art Show
345 Piney Point Road
Houston, TX 77024
Posted on 1/18/11:
Aritst Photographer Member Fikry Botros will have an exhibition of his photography at Archway Gallery, February 5 through March 4. Opening reception with the artist on February 5.
+To view Fikry's Photographs
Posted on 1/8/11:
New Orleans… a city that has inspired artist, writers, film makers and photographers for years will be the location for Aurthr Meyerson Photography's first “Sense of Place” photo workshops.
This workshop will take place April 13 - 18 and will be geared for photographers wishing to capture the “Crescent City”, it’s people, it’s architecture, it’s nightlife, it’s neighborhoods and it’s surrounding landscape. Participants will have the opportunity to illustrate the vibrancy of this resurgent city by creating photographs that not only work individually but also as part of a series that involve the art of photographic story telling.
Posted on 11/5/10:
HCP Members Laszlo Perlaky and Alexandra Nemeth have been selected to be a part of Betz Art Gallery's Twelve by Twelve Show
. Three pictures from Alexandra's “Drops” portfolio and three pictures from Laszlo's new portfolio “Water-dance” will be on display. The opening will be:
Saturday, November 6
6 - 9 p.m.
Betz Art Gallery
Houston TX 77019
Posted on 10/28/10:
Artist/Photographer Member Lynn Lane invites you to the Opening Reception in which he will be showing a selection of photography from his forthcoming book: "The Gaslight Project".
Opening Reception Date: October 30, 2010
Time: 7 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Closing November 24, 2010 (no closing reception)
1416 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77006
Posted on 10/26/10:
Pia Greenberg is the Featured Artist for the month of November at The Galveston Art League Gallery located at 2119A Postoffice on Galveston Island. Her photo "Glasses" was selected for the Vermont Photography Workplace On-Line Gallery Annex show "DIRECT OBJECTS: Still Life as Subject". For "The Perfect Shot" Photo Contest, Pia's photo, "I Love Golf" is on display on the Women On Course website.
Posted on 9/7/10:
HCP Member Chuy Benitez will be a part of Aperture's upcoming exhibition Mexico + Afuera: Contemporary Mexican and Mexican-American Voices, featuring Chuy Benitez, Dulce Pinzón and Monica Ruzansky.
En Foco joins Aperture in commemorating the bicentennial of Mexico's Independence and the centennial of its revolution with two new exhibitions, which take place simultaneously with Aperture’s "Paul Strand in Mexico," a major exhibition comprised of over a hundred photographic works by Strand.
Opening reception to be held on Thursday, September 16, 6 - 8pm at Aperture Gallery’s Project Room & Bookstore, 547 West 27th St, New York, NY.
Posted on 9/7/10:
Gina Randazzo's photographic installation entitled Shopping
is on view at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art through November 14, 2010. The show - Hudson Valley Artists 2010: Contemporary Art and Praxis
was curated by Thomas Collins. +More Info
Posted on 8/23/10:
HCP member Pia Greenberg's photograph, "Six Grams Fiber" won Honorable Mention in The Arts Alliance Center At Clear Lake juried exhibition "High Fiber & Raw Materials". Juror Mari Omori also select Pia's photograph, "Folklorico Costumes" for the show which runs 8/26 - 10/2. Visit www.taaccl.org
. Pia's photograph, "Interwoven" will be exhibited at the Freeman Library in Clear Lake during this period. Her photograph, "Don't Hold Back" was recently in the Austin Art Space juried exhibition, "What Texas Means To Me". Jurior was Phillip Wade. Visit http://austinartspace.com
Posted on 8/17/10:
Loli Kantor's work entitled - Natalia in her room
, 2007 is was selected by Natasha Egan for the 2010 Art of Photography Show
in San Diego, August 29th - November 6th.
Posted on 7/19/10:
Natan Dvir's work will be exhibited in a show titled Either/And
on view at the Center for Photography at Woodstock between July 24 - August 29. The exhibition that is curated by Lesley Martin presents a number of pieces from Natan's series Eighteen
about the Arab population of Israel.
Posted on 6/16/10:
Galina Kurlat's image Specimen 5
, has recently been selected by The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado to represent their new call for entry entitled "Low-Tech". Crista Dix, the founder and director of Wall Space Gallery in Seattle and Santa Barbara, will jury this exhibition.
Low-Tech Call for Entries
Posted on 5/27/10:
HCP member Natan Dvir has been named New York Photo Festival's Winner of the Social Documentary - Essay Category. His work will be included in New York Photo Awards 2010 Annual book and in the New York Photo Festival 2011. Visit www.nyphotofestival.com
for more information.
Posted on 5/24/10:
Jane Paradise's photograph Quiet
, a photograph that is part of her series called Not Quite Strangers
was selected as part of the Spring Arts Competition at the Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The photograph was taken in 2009 on the roof top of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Posted on 5/18/10:
HCP Artist/Photographer Member Luis Mesa's photograph Lightning at Arches National Park
won 1st place in the photography non-professional category at Lone Star Art League's 2010 Convention. In order to qualify to participate, each artist had to win previously with the same photos at the local level.
to view Luis's winning photograph.
Posted on 5/17/10:
Four pictures from Allen Bryan's Comforts of Home
series will be in the Revealing Culture
exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution's International Gallery in Washington, DC. It runs June 8-August 30, 2010. Opening reception is Wednesday, June 9. Two of the 21 pictures from his April show at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, Oregon are now in the collection of the Portland Art Museum. The ongoing series can be seen at www.allenbryan.com
. Mouse over to Fine Art Portfolio.
Posted on 5/1/10:
Photographer Isa Leshko's first solo exhibition of her series Thrills & Chills recently opened at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA and is showing through May 9, 2010. A catalog will be available starting May 3rd. Visit isaleshko.com
. The series was also featured on NPR's blog, "The Picture Show" on April 21, 2010. See the blog entry here
Pulitzer Prize winning art critic Mark Feeney reviewed the show for the April 30 issue of the Boston Globe. View the full article here
; see an image of the physical article here
exhibiting Isa's images. The same critic wrote about Isa's work for a cinema blog on Boston.com. View the blog here
. (Isa "loves the reference to Fritz Lang & Metropolis!)
Posted on 4/28/10:
Take a break from the city and stop by this weekend, May 1st and 2nd from 10am -6pm, and visit Laszlo and Lexi at their Naturalperl booth at the 11th annual Art Walk in beautiful Fayetteville, Texas.
For more information visit:
Posted on 4/24/10:
Artist/Photographer Member Michael Loyd Young received the 2010 Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Photography Award for his book Blues, Booze, and BBQ
published by Powerhouse Books.
Exerpt from judges commentary
: "My selection as this years winner, BLUES, BOOZE AND BBQ, is an example of a book that combines the past and present of the lively heritage of good times as seen the food, music and drink of the region. Young's book shows the multi-dimensional quality of a music culture that survives in juke joints, roadhouses and festivals that cuts across the lines of age and race, all- the -while demonstrating that the blues represents an ongoing living tradition in Mississippi. His color photographs capture both quiet behind -the- scenes moments and the lively infectious vitality of the music and audiences that have come to make the blues a modern timeless American music, one that will forever be deeply rooted in the soil of Mississippi."
Posted on 4/7/10:
Loli Kantor - Solo Show :
There Was a Forest
at Dutch Kills Gallery Long Island City, NY
April 3 - May 2, 2010
opening reception: Saturday, April 10, 6 - 9 pm
37-24 24th Street, Suite 402
Long Island City, NY 11101
TEL 718 784 2737
Open Thurs - Sun 12 - 5 and by appointment.
Posted on 4/6/10:
The H Gallery is especially pleased to announce its 2010 exhibition grant winner, Jonathan Traviesa. Portraits + New Orleans, a collection of Traviesa's B&W photgraphs taken since the late 1990s of people in New Orleans, will be on view April 10 - May 5, 2010 at:
The H Gallery, located inside Hungry's Bistro
2356 Rice Blvd.
Houston, TX 77005
An artist's reception will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2010 from 4-6pm with an artist's talk at 5pm. Light refreshments and wine will be served.
Posted on 3/23/10:
India is a feast for the senses, a journey of discovery and wonder. India is a also a photographer's dream come true, rich in color, emotion & moments. 'Moods of India' is a unique experience that allows the intrepid traveller access to exotic & intoxicating experiences. We will journey to Rajasthan, the heart of the imagery that is India. We will celebrate Diwali in picturesque Jojawar. On Diwali day, houses all over Rajasthan glow and twinkle with innumerable diyas, candles and electric lights.
Dates: 25 October – 9 November 2010
8 Participants (Max) – 16 nights & 15 days
To read see more about 'Moods of India...A Journey' visit:
Posted on 3/10/10:
As part of Fotofest 2010, The H Gallery at Hungry's Bistro proudly presents the solo exhibition, Priya Kambli: Colors Fall Down. This exhibit will run March 13 - April 5.
An artist's reception will be held Saturday, March 13, 2010 from 4-7pm. An artist's talk will be at 5pm. Light refreshments and wine will be served.
The H Gallery is located inside Hungry's Cafe Bistro at:
2356 Rice Blvd
Houston, TX 77005
Posted on 3/4/10:
Stephan Hillerbrand and Mary Magsamen will be exhibiting Four Place Setting from March 12 - April 11, 2010 at Spacetaker Gallery, located at:
Gallery hours are:
and by appointment
Opening reception is April 1 from 6-8pm.
To see more of Stephen and Mary's work, visit:
Posted on 3/3/10:
HCP member and "volunteer supreme" Matt Adams will be participating in the exhibit The Praxis of Memory
at Next Wall Gallery from March 12 - April 25, 2010.
Artist receptions will be held from 6-9pm on:
Monday, March 15
Saturday, March 20
Tuesday, March 30
Next Wall Gallery is located at:
1717 Michigan St.
Houston, TX 77006
Posted on 3/3/10:
HCP members Matt Adams and Lyn Sullivan will be participating in the group exhibit Longing For Depth: Nature & Spirit
at Upstairs Room With A View Gallery, located at:
Houston, TX 77006
Artist receptions will be held from 5-8pm on:
March 14, 18 and 25
For more info visit:
Posted on 3/3/10:
Sally Stubbs will be participating in this year's FotoFest with an exhibit of her most recent work at 902 Hardy Street in the "warehouse district" near downtown on the corner of Hardy St. and Nance St.
The opening gala is on Friday, March 12 from 5pm - midnight.
Other show dates:
Saturday, March 13 from noon - 7pm
Saturday, March 27 from noon - 7pm
Thursday, April 8 from 5pm - 9pm
To see some of Sally's work go to:
Posted on 2/22/10:
HCP Board Member Deborah Bay and HCP Member Sue Burke Harrington will be exhibiting new work in Deconstructing Reality at Archway Gallery from March 6- April 1, 2010.
Opening reception will be Saturday, March 6 from 5-8pm at:
Houston, TX 77006
Posted on 2/22/10:
Shannon Taggart will be exhibiting Portraits from February 20 - March 20, 2010 at the New Gallery.
An artist's reception will be held on Saturday, March 20, from 6-8pm at:
Houston, TX 77098
To view Shannon Taggart's work visit:
Posted on 02/08/10:
HCP Board Members Ann Zeigler and Paul Zeigler are currently exhibiting Tibet: Two Perspectives
at The Women's Institute of Houston until May 15, 2010.
An artist's reception will be held Saturday, February 20 from 4-6pm.
You can view images from the show at:
Posted on 02/06/10:
Photographer Loli Kantor's work There Was a Forest
is to be featured in the March/April 2010 issue #87 of Lenswork Magazine & Lenswork EXTENDED. www.lenswork.com
FotoFest Exhibiting Artist Loli Kantor
There Was a Forest is showing at Robert I. Kahn Art Gallery from March 7 - June 1, 2010.
Opening Reception : March 17, 2010 from 6:30-8:30pm.
Congregation Emanu El
1500 Sunset Blvd
Houston, TX 77005
Posted on 4/4/11:
Posted on 9/9/11:
If you shoot with an iPhone, you are encouraged to submit up to 30 images (at no cost) to Matt@AdamsImagery.com. More information is on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=187520481309854) about this exhibit which will hang for over two months at Total Plaza Gallery (1201 Louisiana).
Posted on 8/25/11:
HCP member Gina Randazzo announces the opening of her solo exhibition "Shopping" at Center for the Digital Arts, Westchester Community College in Peekskill, NY. The exhibition runs September 6 - October 15, 2011 with a reception on Saturday September 24, 1-3 pm.
Posted on 8/22/11: