“My Photographic Life in Death Valley” – an exhibit by Laurie Naiman at Stevenson House
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Saturday, 27 April, 2013 (thru July)
I've been going to the Death Valley area with my camera and family about 1-3 times a year since around 1992. After taking several thousand film shots of the iconic sand dunes and spring wildflowers in the last years of the 20th century I transitioned to digital photography and began looking for other subjects and areas of interest. This took me beyond Death Valley National Park to areas that are less well-known, such as the neighboring small villages of Shoshone, Tecopa, and Death Valley Junction, along with a few 'ghost' towns such as Darwin and Rhyolite. A solo exhibit of 17 of my prints from these areas took place at the Tecopa Artist Group Gallery in 2009 (article from the Pahrump Valley Times).
Some of these prints, along with newer ones, will be part of the Palo Alto Camera Club presence at the Stevenson House in Palo Alto from April 27 thru July, 2013.
You are all welcome to join me for an informal reception and presentation to the residents in the main dining area of Stevenson House on Saturday April 27, 2013 at 1:00 pm.
ADDRESS: 455 E Charleston Road Palo Alto, CA 94306 (ample parking is available in the Unitarian Church just east of Stevenson House).
Below is a photo of the print exhibit now available for viewing.
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