November 2 – December 15, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday November 2, 6-9 pm
Closing Tea, Talk and Tour: Saturday December 15, 4-5:30pm (tea provided by Wystone’s World Teas)
The Gallery will be closed December 16 – January 3, 2013
Artists: Daniel Barsotti, Lowell Baumunk, Stephen Bostwick, Derrick Burbul, Rhona Eve Clews, Patrick Cobb, Kendall Davis, Steve DePalma, Michael Ellis, Gary Emrich, Michael Flicek, Bernard Gateau, Shane Gray, Sally Harmon, Joshua Paul Hobson, Stacy Keck, Siobhan Keleher, Paul Kessel, Daniel Kramer, Jim Lustenader, Raymond Martinez, Leo Mendonca, James P. Merola, Ryan Pinkard, Virginia Pringle, Robert Root, Chip Rutan, Gregory Schaffer, Bob Schenkein, Paul Sisson, Arturo Soto, Theo Stroomer, Patricia Sweeney, Mark Taylor, Ron Testa, Carrie Hall Tomberlin, Mike Whitely, William Wiebesiek, Bruce Zander.
“The images included in Street View observe city life, country life, and places in between. Some photographers are motivated by the desire to tell a tale about a world they know, while others make images to gain a better understand of a place that is foreign to them – and in some situations all of these lines may blur. All of these images are bound by a common thread, which is that they all observe human behavior or presence in their surroundings.” Anne Kelly, exhibition juror.
Anne Kelly is the Associate Gallery Director of photo-eye Gallery. photo-eye Gallery represents works by nationally and internationally renowned photographers including Julie Blackmon, Nick Brandt, David Trautrimas, Pentti Sammallahti,Tom Chambers, Mitch Dobrowner, Raymond Meeks and Keith Carter among others. Originally from Colorado, she moved to Santa Fe to attend the College of Santa Fe where she received her BFA in photography under the direction of David Scheinbaum. Anne is also regular contributor to the photo-eye blog, the photo-eye Best Books, and has been invited to review portfolios at Review Santa Fe (Center), Critical Mass (Photolucida) and the Our World portfolio review (PhotoAlliance). A sample of her blog pieces can be read at
“Where Every Light is the Moon” Rhona Eve Clews