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Joe Lombardo's new photo exhibit, "Old Town Pittsburg: Point of View" begins on January 4, 2015 and runs until March 8th, 2015. From the artist: Dear Visitors and Fellow “Walkers": My regular walks in and around Pittsburg's "Old Town" the past few years have been enjoyable and rewarding in so many ways.  And at times, surprising and even amazing. My hope is that these few photos I've chosen to share,  taken along the various paths in and around "Old Town" show this, and encourage...

  Plein Air Watercolors by Joel Summerhill Joel was born in Atlanta, GA; and he grew up surrounded by people focused on the land and the landscape. One of his grandfathers was a farmer in south Georgia. The other was Head Florist of Dahl’s Nursery, once one of the largest in Georgia. As a 10-year-old boy, he roamed and explored Dahl’s 500-acre growing grounds that included a giant bamboo forest and a Civil War fort. As a teenager, he spent summers working...

EYE OF THE BEHOLDER Laura Canciamilla has loved photography since she was in college and has enjoyed its magic whenever her grown up life allowed her the time. She started with landscape/nature and travel photography in college since she was lucky enough to study in Europe for six months and be introduced into the incredibly diverse scenery there. After college, she focused for some time on wedding photography, creating candid albums for all her friends and classmates as they...

Bill resided for many years in Issaquah, near Seattle. He worked mainly in watercolors, but was also accomplished in oils, etchings and lithographs. His subjects varied from seascapes to landscapes to portraits. Many of his works were commissions, one of which was for a large mural depicting the history of his home town, Issaquah, Washington. A reception for the opening of this show will be held on Sunday, July 21 from 4-6pm. Coffee & cookies will be served. ...

Lessons of Úytaahkoo Reflections on Nature & Culture from Mount Shasta - Michael Levy - The photographs in this show are digital prints taken between 2009 and 2012. My art combines digital photography with mixed media to express the tension between nature and culture. Mount Shasta - Úytaahkoo in native Karuk language - provides dramatic landscapes that bear witness to a history of indigenous people whose presence modernity overshadows. Shasta Nation tribal member, Norma Jean Croy, explains in California History:...

C.A. Mikulice Eye of the Beholder Christine Mikulice has had a camera in her hand since she was ten years old. Using that old Brownie box camera she took pictures mainly of her dogs, horses and her grandparents' old, decrepit farm buildings. She's traveled extensively, always lugging a camera with her and capturing images of whatever catches her eye. Today, she has a small business called "Laughing Dog Photos", and dabbles in portraits, event photography and commissioned work. Her favorite work remains...

Jake Kimbrell Jake Kimbrell was born in Muncie, Indiana in 1952. As a child his family moved west to San Diego, California. After serving in the army he returned to San Diego to study photography. He found a mentor in a prolific photographer named David Friend. Under his direction Jake grew into an innovative and inspired photographer. After meeting his future wife and having his first child Rebecca he moved to Riverside, CA. Jake then had his second child Samuel and...

Beginning April 7, 2013: "Two of the passions in my life is travel and photography. Any time I am out in nature, I am always looking for that perfect shot, even if I happen to be without my camera. It is something that I enjoy so much, when I am able to bring home that shot just the way I saw it. I enjoy hiking whenever I have an opportunity, and almost always hike with my camera. It is...

Judy's lovely photography returns to Steeltown starting October 7, 2012. She says of her art: "I love to take pictures. Funny I have never seen myself as a artist but as a person with a decent camera who just gets lucky with the photos that come out. "I have been so fortunate to travel and experience different countries, states, cultures and cities. "The photos you see in this collection have not been Photoshopped but are what my camera and my eye have...