Founded in 1935, and co-sponsored by the City of Palo Alto Division of Arts and Sciences, we are a group of serious amateur (and some professional) photographers interested in working together to enhance and broaden our photographic skills and artistic vision. Learn more
Come and visit us - our meetings, held most Wednesday evenings, are open to the public!
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- Treasured Lands: a Photographic Odyssey through America’s National Parks Treasured Lands: a Photographic Odyssey through America’s National ParksWednesday, 20 September, 2017Special Program with QT Luong
- Macro Wildflower Photography: Getting a Bee’s Eye View Macro Wildflower Photography: Getting a Bee’s Eye ViewWednesday, 26 July, 2017Art of Photography with Judy Kramer
- FIELD TRIP: Filoli Gardens, Macro & Focus Stacking, Lunch & Champagne Social FIELD TRIP: Filoli Gardens, Macro & Focus Stacking, Lunch & Champagne SocialSaturday, 24 June, 2017Field Photography Instruction and Social
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Date: September 1st - 28th
Rinconada library will be exhibiting eleven images from eight PACC members for the month of September. These are winning images from the June and August Print Competitions. Please drop by the library to take a look. It is in the same building as our Wednesday meetings, on the wall near the front desk.
Reception: September, 5:30 - 8 pm
Prints by member Judy Kramer ('Riverbank Reflections') , Peter Paluzzi ('Meditation') and Claire Liversidge ('Serenity') were accepted into the “96th Anniversary" exhibit at the Pacific Art League , 668 Ramona Street, Palo Alto. Free parking across Bryant St in the City of Palo Alto garage.
Judy Kramer ('Riverbank Reflections')
Peter Paluzzi ('Meditation')
Food is center-stage at the Village Art Theatre in Danville with a gallery show, film screening and tasting event. Their seventh annual juried exhibition, “Pleasing to the Palette,” features images of food in art selected by juror Maria Medua, director of the SFMOMA Artists Gallery. Judy Doherty's image of asparagus spears is featured in the poster for this show and it is part of her thesis work from UC Berkeley Extension Visual Art Certificate program.
Location: 233 Front St, Danville, CA 94526. Plenty of free parking on the street.
Regular Gallery Hours
- Wednesday - Friday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
- Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
- Sunday: Closed
(An opening reception has already been held.)
- East Bay Times
- Danville website
Opening reception is Sun July 16 from 1 to 4 pm. Refreshments will be served. The exhibit is curated by Anselmo Image Works. The exhibit runs through Sept 1.
The gallery is located at 32 W. 25th Ave, 2nd floor. Weekday gallery hours are 8:30 to 5.
Parking is available in adjacent off-street lots.