November 29, 2011
Dave Reede has been photographing for more than 30 years. Splitting his time between teaching and photography, Dave has built up an impressive portfolio of agricultural and prairie landscape images. While he was recognized for his passion in teaching science to kids throughout his teaching career, Dave is arguably this country's finest agricultural photographer.
His new exhibition may be seen at 'Crea8ery' for a one week showing from December 1 to 6. Join Dave for the opening on Thursday evening, December 6, at 7 PM. You can read more about Dave at the Crea8ery web site.
'Pixels - The Exhibition' is held over for another week. It will end on Saturday July 2nd. This exhibition is the latest to be held at the new Pixels2Point1 Gallery in the historic 'Exchange District' in downtown Winnipeg. Pixels2Point1, also affectionately known as Pixels 2.1, is a gallery dedicated to displaying the works created by Manitoba photographers.
Pixels 2.1, a gallery dedicated to photography and the photographers of Manitoba, now features a group exhibition of its finest. 'Pixel Fusion', which runs from June 3 to 26, will feature 6 prints by each of the 12 photographers. Photographers exhibiting include Alexandra Morrison, Chris Brown, Chris Gray, Dennis Fast, Geoff Lussier, Hans Arnold, Mike Grandmaison, Mike Karakas, Keith Levit, Tami Reynolds, Rodney Brown and Anil Sud. June 3 will feature a 'Special Gala Opening' where folks can meet the artists beginning at 7:30 PM.
November 22, 2010
Pixels 2.1 is Winnipeg's newest photographer's den, located at 217 McDermot Ave just off the corner of Albert Street in the historical Exchange District. This joint venture was conceived by Tse Li Luk and Joe Kerr. It officially opened on October 3, 2010 with an exhibition of black & white photographs by Tse Li Luk from his recent trip to China.
November 22, 2010
I love looking at beautiful images and reading finely crafted books. When I have a chance to attend a seminar, an exhibition or any photo event by someone whose work I admire, I do. While I’m not a “techy kind of guy”, occasionally I come across a publication well worth sharing or a piece of equipment or software that I feel has great value. In "Drawing From The Well", I will share some of these resources with you.