Upcoming Exhibits

30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition: Exhibit & Art Sale

Exhibit Dates: 
Wednesday, Oct. 6 to Saturday, Nov. 6
2nd Saturday Opening: 
Saturday, Oct. 9 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
ONLINE ART SALE GALLERY

HELP US KEEP A GOOD THING GOING--Please Join In!

This year, Viewpoint will once again present its annual Collector’s Edition: Exhibit & Art Sale fundraiser both online and in-gallery. (All purchasing will take place online through the Online Gallery which will be active by September 15 for early bidding.)

As many of our supporters know, this fundraiser is important to Viewpoint as it assists us with end-of-year expenses. Money raised during the exhibit will help us continue to pay rent and keep our current programming moving forward into 2022. We hope you will take a moment to review the Art Sale procedures (click READ MORE below), and participate by purchasing an image from the comfort of your home once the gallery opens in mid-September.

 

NEW TO THE ART SALE: One-on-One Experiences with Master Photographers in their elements. Join Lewis Kemper, Dianne Poinski or the Weston's at their home for a very special opportunity to expand your photographic horizons. Detailed information will be available through the Online Gallery or the links here.

EXHIBIT & AUCTION: The 40 images in the exhibit include a beautifully curated selection from Viewpoint Portfolio Artists as well as several "master's" prints or collector images. Pricing varies widely so there is something for everyone.

 

Please consider participating in this year's Art Sale Fundraiser to help Viewpoint and to introduce some beautiful new art into your living space.

Special THANK YOU to all the Portfolio Artists who donated a print to the sale--we couldn't do it without you!

Image credit & Auction Item: Jock Sturges, Marine, The End of Summer #2, 1987

 

Aaron Vizzini: The Arrival of Winter

Exhibit Dates: 
Wednesday, Oct. 6 to Saturday, Nov. 6
2nd Saturday Opening: 
Saturday, Oct. 9 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

Aaron Vizzini is a wilderness landscape photographer who finds inspiration in the places he hikes. It's not road signs that direct him but rather trail markers; a dirt path has often been his guide to the places he visits.

Shared Retrospective with Gene Crowe and Paul Mohr

Exhibit Dates: 
Wednesday, Nov. 3 to Saturday, Dec. 4
2nd Saturday Opening: 
Saturday, Nov. 13 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

Viewpoint is honored to present the images of two regional photographers whose work spans decades. The creativity and passion of both photographers is evident when you look at the body of work. Mohr's black and white images, all printed by him, include an array of subject matter from still life to architectural and abstract. Paul was a very talented photographer and printer using is own darkroom to develop the images in the exhibit. Gene Crowe's works offers a range of style and printing techniques from color on art paper to black and white. Gene's work was exhibit throughout the region and includes several large collections. This exhibits provides samples from several of these collections.

85th Anniversary of Sierra Camera Club

Exhibit Dates: 
Wednesday, Nov. 10 to Saturday, Dec. 4
2nd Saturday Opening: 
Saturday, Nov. 13 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

The Sierra Camera Club sees its purpose as sustaining and promoting the art and science of photography as a vehicle for communication, appreciation for the large and small wonders of the world, mutual learning, and skills development. To this end, the club meets monthly to socialize and conduct competitions among members judged by highly credentialed photographers offering constructive critique in the categories of nature, landscape, travel, creative and general photography.

 

 

Image: Lupine Lady at Sunset, Gert van Ommering

Twelve

Exhibit Dates: 
Wednesday, Dec. 8 to Saturday, Jan. 1

 

Information Coming Soon...

Oliver Klink Cultures in Transition

Exhibit Dates: 
Wednesday, Jan. 5 to Saturday, Feb. 5
2nd Saturday Opening: 
Saturday, Jan. 8 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

Cultures in Transition gives viewers the opportunity to broaden their thinking and be transported to a world beyond their own. The lives captured in these images showcase cultural diversity while exploring the aesthetics of disappearance. Geir Jordahl, True North Editions publisher writes: “Oliver Klink's pictures are dreams manifest – they become representations of our past, present, and future. His photographs are of exotic places and people, yet they connect deeply to what it means to be human. They are about survival. They are about hope. They are about the Spirit, Heart, and Soul in us all.”

Thank you to our sponsors!


Kenneth Meyers
Meyers Investment Group of Baird

Platinum Sponsor

 

Viewpoint Photographic Art Center is the proud recipient of a SMAC Cultural Arts Award grant.




Individual Sponsorships
(Luminance Level & Above)

Diane Tempest

J.B. Jones

 

 


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