Photographic Art Gallery Opens
Light Art Space in Silver City features a unique photographic exhibition
Ann will be participating with two prints to this exhibition, featuring the work of over 25 artists. A wide variety of approaches to photography will be exhibited including techniques such as Silver Gelatin Prints, Image Transfers, Van Dykes, Cyanotypes, and Archival Pigment Prints on paper, canvas and metal. The artwork will be for sale and this is a great opportunity to support local artists. Karen Hymer, the Director of Light Art Space, curated the exhibition.
Exhibition Dates are February 2 through March 3. The exhibit opens with a reception: Saturday, February 2nd from 5pm to 7pm. The Gallery is located at 209 West Broadway. Gallery hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm with other times by appointment.
Inquiries should be made to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 520-240-7075. Web site is lightartspace.com
Preserving Wild Horses
Ann is lending her efforts in support of The Spirit of the Wild Horse. She has made visits with Spirit founder, Judy Barnes, capturing images of Ms. Barnes with the bands of wild horses she has been supporting for fifteen years in southern Colorado.
In the image above, the stallon on the right is the father of the black stallon on the left. Watching wild Mustangs you quickly see that affection and family are paramont. The image captured the end of what was a series of body movements by the black stallon in greeting his father, followed by the father acknowledging the greeting gestures in this image.