Extended!

In case you haven’t had a chance to see the “Fire & Water” Exhibition at Weston Gallery, it has been extended for an additional two weeks.


“In Celebration of Light” Online Exhibition

The Center for Photographic Art in Carmel is sponsoring In Celebration of Light! This online-only exhibition commemorates the legacy of the Friends of Photography, who founded the Center 50 years ago. All entries are posted online and eligible for juror awards based on best use of light as a creative force. There is also a Viewer’s Choice Award!

Light Force Requiem is one of five images I have submitted. You can cast your votes for the Viewer’s Choice Award - you get three votes daily through March 1, after which all awards will be announced. 

View the exhibition and cast your votes!


“Fire & Water” at the Weston Gallery

It’s an exceptional opportunity and honor to have a selection of my “Dance of Flames” images included in “Fire & Water” at the Weston Gallery in Carmel.  Established in 1975, the Weston Gallery is one of the oldest photographic galleries in the world, a leader in the field of fine vintage, modernist, and contemporary photography. They specialize in works by masters like Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, and many others. 

The Fire & Water Exhibition continues through March 11, 2018.

Weston Gallery, Sixth Street, Carmel, CA





“State of Vacancy”

I’m happy and honored to share the news that my image “State of Vacancy” was selected for the Center for Photographic Art’s 2017 Juried Members’ Exhibition. The jurors were Elizabeth Corden and Jan Potts of Corden Potts Gallery in San Francisco. You’re invited to the opening reception on Saturday, July 22, 5:00-7:00pm and the exhibit continues through September 3rd.  Additional images from the “State of Vacancy” project are posted in my July Reflections web post.


“FotoSága Dreams” July Exhibition

Join FotoSága Women’s Photography this Saturday, July 1, 6-8pm for the opening of “FotoSága Dreams”, a Visual Photography Exploration. The exhibition will include two images from my new “Transcendance” Portfolio, featured in the Reflections 2017 web post for June. The exhibit runs from July 1 - 25 at Carmel Visual Arts, The Barnyard in Carmel, CA.


“Transcendance: Spin”

“Transcendance: Flight”



“The Elementalists”

If you’re in the Monterey area during April, I invite you to stop by the Carmel Visual Arts Gallery at the Barnyard Center in Carmel for “The Elementalists” Exhibition. Images from my “Fire” Portfolio are featured alongside incredible work by William Giles and Carol Henry. Through April 29th.


2017 Mid-Winter Exhibitions

It’s my honor to be included in two prestigious exhibitions this winter.  If you will be in Oregon or Vermont over the next few months, a gallery visit would definitely be worthwhile. If not, I am including links to the exhibition online galleries here in the blog post. Your thoughts and feedback are always welcome.


“The Photographic Nude 2017”

February 11 through March 8 at LightBox Photographic Gallery in Astoria, OR 

Dedicated in Memory of Ruth Bernhard and her Creative Spirit

The Photographic Nude is a juried exhibit exploring the artistic and creative view of the body and its form, celebrating the nude in photography by embracing a variety of styles. We welcome the timeless elegance of a classical study as well as alternative and provocative styles. Studies of the whole or partial human form, nude or semi-nude are eligible. We are honored and excited to have Kim Weston as juror this year.

Link to the Online Gallery 

My image below, “Into the Dark #6” is included.


“The Color of Light”

March 8 through April 8 at PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT

Arthur Meyerson’s Juror Statement: 

In the call for entries for The Color of Light exhibit, I stated that the three themes that interest me the most in photography are light, color and moments. Any one of those elements can yield a strong photograph. Any combination of two of them might produce something special and a mixture of all three can lead to something extraordinary. In selecting the photographs for this exhibit, I was looking for those elements along with some original seeing as well as craftsmanship. Not manipulated photographs that were about effects, but photographs that were effective. Those that make us stop and look. Those that keep us coming back for more. Those that stay with us.   

Link to the Online Gallery

My image below, “Mixed Vantage, Layers” is included.

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