Grand Opening Special Exhibition
February 9, 2007
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Craig Barber Boboli Steps and Why? Why?
David Brickman Stripes, Lexington Avenue 2006 and
David Brickman Wooly Bear, Henry Johnson Blvd 2006
Peter Crowley No Gravity Nude
Chris DeMarco Charlotte I and Charlotte II
Peter Donahoe Carriage Barn — Schodack Landing; Dutch Farmhouse c. 1737 (The Van Alen House), Kinderhook; and Gambrel Capped Wood Stave Silo White Hill Home, Hillsdale
John Eastcott and Yva Momatiuk Jacob's Edible Flowers, Hudson Valley, NY; Weddel Seal, Antarctica; Crocodile and Gnu Herd Kenya, Africa; and Prickly Pear in Sea of Blue Bonnets, Texas Hill Country
Michael Farrell Staring out a window with a beer in my hand contemplating the Supremes
Jim Flosdorf Amish, Coupling, and Truck
David Hall Spanish Dancer Nudibrach, Goose Barnacles, Weedy Seadragon, and Spindle Crab
Stephen Honicki He could not foresee the consequences of falling and Sometimes he would drive too fast
Connie Frisbee Houde Qara Bagh Mosque Rededication, Afghanistan
William Jaeger Bath England
Kim Koza Three Hats
Daniel McCormack Jay S.
Gail Nadeau The Closet Room and Rensselaer Station 1984
Elizabeth Opalenik Poppies I; Poppies II; Poppies III; Water Lillies #2 McGowan Brake; Untitled; Field of Dreams; and Tranquility, Chablis, France
Joseph Putrock Bubba; Untitled (Bradenton), 2005; Grace Babtist Church, 2005; and Untitled (Amsterdam), 2005
Lilo Raymond Fork
Sara Salamone Becky vs. The Bear, Eye Candy, and Eliza
Thomas Santelli Anatomy Lesson III and Untitled
Chris Shields The Wellington 2006
Melissa Stafford Girl No. 5
Michael Weidrich Gnosis; Brooklyn, NY 1975; and Alan and the Strange Light, NYC 1973
Harry Wirtz Valve Wrench and Wentworth's Improved Pattern
Leif Zurmuhlen Untitled (3 C-prints)
29th Photo Regional of the Capital Region
April 21–June 2, 2007
12 Ways to View a Figure
June 8–July 15, 2007
Figure studies by 12 photographers working with three models over a six-hour span under the guidance of Elizabeth Opalenik.
Somewhere In Time
July 20–September 30, 2007
Visit Lady Ostapeck's Web site — www.ladyostapeck.com — to see images from this show.
— Lady Ostapeck by Nick Argyros / “Tavern Wench” by Lady Ostapeck
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First Annual Members Exhibition
October 5–November 16, 2007
From among the entries from 40 members, we selected a total of 100 varied works to exhibit for our First Annual Members Show. The Gallery is filled with a wonderful collection of fine images. Curated by Paul Barrett, Stephanie Hertel, and Nick Argyros, the exhibit included photographs representing virtually every genre.
Photosemasia: Meaning in Light
Digital Translations of Lost Photographic Processes
November 19, 2007–January 20, 2008
Visit Wil Lindsay's Web site — www.straytechnologies.com — to learn more about him.
Hill at Belle's Pond, digital tintype, 8 x 10", 2007
Photosemasia: Meaning in Light, is a solo show that will be designed to engage visitors with a consideration of how our photo-historical past is translated and perceived in the light of new digital technologies. Our ever-increasing cultural need for immediate feedback, and the fastest digital solution may place dramatic alterations on how we perceive meaning in photographic images, new and old. Through this exploration of “new” digital technologies that emulate lost or archaic photographic processes, Photosemasia hopes to create a window into the past that may otherwise cease to exist in our collective memories.
The Christos N. Apostle Charitable Trust helped sponsor the Wil Lindsay exhibition.