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Images by Peche Turner Selected by the auburn art gallery

Ellen Gilkerson | Published on 12/23/2021

Two images by PACC member Peche Turner have been selected for inclusion in the Black & White exhibition at the auburn art gallery in Los Angeles.


The Los Angeles non-profit auburn art gallery invited photographers from around the world to submit entries shot on black and white film or edited from digital for this exhibition.  Matt Harding, founder of auburn art gallery, was the juror. Twenty-eight images were selected for the exhibition.
The Laundress:  This image was taken when I was walking around the perimeter wall of the old city of Dubrovnik, Croatia.   I saw this lady hanging her laundry out her window in one of the historic buildings, and she looked "vintage" too, like she belonged to the old world.
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The Laundress

Into the Woods:  Mike Goldstein loaned me a Fujifilm camera to try out, it was overcast and drizzly but I wanted to test the Fuji so I went walking in the rain at Fitzgerald marine preserve.  This image reflects the gray weather well.

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Into the Woods

The in-gallery exhibition takes place December 27, 2021, through January 14, 2022.  The online gallery for this exhibition can be seen at:

The mission of the auburn art gallery is to offer free opportunities for people of all backgrounds to become artistically engaged and learn more about photography; and to showcase the work of emerging and established artists through monthly exhibitions.





auburn art gallery

  411 W. 7th Street, #621

  Los Angeles, CA 90014



  Text:  947-201-9383


Gallery hours for the Black & White Exhibition:

   Open by appointment.