November 2, 2020

Webster Arts Exhibit

by | Nov 2, 2020 | Abstract, Environment, Exhibition, Landscapes, Narrative, Nature


Relationships, the theme at Webster Arts received nearly 600 submissions. Juror Alison Erazmus selected 64 pieces that reflect the depth and diversity of our relationships. My in-camera overlay, ’Juniper’s Last Gasp’ made into the show held at Webster Grove in Missouri.

This is an in-camera overlay abstract of two images. One is a dead Juniper tree, and the other is a photo of compacted recycled materials at a landfill facility I visited. Juniper trees thrive in the most inhospitable conditions. Juniper will withstand bone-chilling cold temperatures, scorching heat, intense winds, and with very little water. Junipers have a lifespan between 350 to 700 years. Enduring all challenges, even the indomitable Juniper will perish if we pollute indiscriminately. Protect our environment, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

There are two galleries: one is a slideshow gallery and one is a virtual gallery on Exhibbit. Click on the link to see all selected works. Visit the artworks on Webster Arts Website. 

Sangre de Cristo Art Center Exhibit 2022

I am pleased to announce my exhibit at The Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo, Colorado in the in the King Gallery on January 22 through May 7, 2022. This is collective exhibit featuring Photo Pensato with my fellow artists with various styles and techniques. The group is inspired to create images that reflect our unique and personal perspectives. Eight artist including Ron Johnson, Stephen Podrasky, John Shelton, Linda Little, James Montague, Michael Trupiano, Aimee McCrory and Raj Manickam will showcase our works of fine photography.


Sangre de Cristo Arts Center is located at 210 N. Santa Fe Ave. Pueblo, CO 81003 | 719.295.7200

The press release for the exhibit is downloadable here.

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