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Big Bend Pictures by James H. Evans

Big Bend Pictures by James H. Evans

“Resisting the temptation of melon-hued sunsets, Evans works with documentary-style black-and-white photography. The landscapes he captures are not simply blas√©, wide-angle homages to the hallowed frontier: they reveal Big Bend’s quirks and bemused attitudes, suggesting the hitherto blasphemous–namely, that the American West can have a sense of humor, and at times be downright weird. Above […]

Paula Chamlee  Tuscany:Wandering the Back Roads Vol. 1

Paula Chamlee Tuscany:Wandering the Back Roads Vol. 1

Paula Chamlee Tuscany:Wandering the back roads Vol. 1 During their travels and adventures, Chamlee and Smith photographed from the quarries in the Carrara region in the north to the old Etruscan towns in the south, and from the Val di Chiana and Cortona in the east to the Island of Elba off the coast to […]

Nature’s Places of Spiritual Sanctuary by Clyde Butcher

Nature’s Places of Spiritual Sanctuary by Clyde Butcher

Nature’s Places of Spiritual Sanctuary by Clyde Butcher From the introduction by Bill Meadows, president, The Wilderness Society: “In the wilderness, there is unparalleled beauty. This beauty helps us maintain a vital sense of wonder and reverence for the natural world, keys to stimulating a deeper commitment to stewardship of our earth, her people, and […]

Tony Mendoza May 2nd, Reception + Book Signing

Tony Mendoza May 2nd, Reception + Book Signing

Please join us on May 2nd as we host our latest photographer Tony Mendoza at the gallery from 5:30 – 8:00. Mr. Mendoza will be present at the opening to discuss his work and sign his latest book¬† Flowers ( click here to learn more). Flowers have to be one of the most photographed subjects […]

De Santos Gallery Presents: Intimate Archaeology Photographs by Elaine Duigenan

Elaine Duigenan (pron. ‘Dygnun’) works with objects; sometimes they are familiar items which have been discarded, other times they are the things which have been kept and valued. She places them in an environment in such a way as to effect transformation or bestow status. She is fascinated by what she has begun to term […]

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