Chico Basin Summer Clouds ©Stephen Weaver
I have recently been notified of my work being accepted into two upcoming exhibitions, The Black and White Exhibition at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins Colorado, and The Fine Arts Exhibition at the Colorado State Fair. I am particularly pleased about the Black and White Show selection as my image Chico Basin Summer Clouds was one of 51 images selected from 2200 entries.The Black and White Exhibition will be showing from August 28- September 16
Two images, Crestone Peaks and Sand Dunes, and Iris Meadow Sunset were selected for the State Fair, which runs from August 27-September 7. I will be attending the opening reception on August 27 from 5-8PM
In 2004 I participated in a unique photography project which became known as A Year in the Life of a Camera. Basically what this project entailed was one camera, a Canon AE-1 35mm film camera, being provided to one photographer to use for one week to photograph anything that photographer was interested in with the only rule being that the photographs would be Black and White! Fifty-two photographers participated resulting in images made over a complete calendar year. Each photographer submitted 3 images and we all got together to pick one from each participant. These 52 images became the Year in the Life of a Camera Exhibit. The exhibit has been shown in several venues and for the next month will be shown in Colorado Springs Colorado at Heebee Jeebees located at 318 E. Colorado Ave. The opening reception will be August 7, 2009.
KRCC’s The Big Something has a great slide show and interview with my friend and one of the main organizers,Heather Oelklaus about the show here: