I usually post something at least every seven days, but I’ve fallen a little behind this time. The reason is I’ve been putting together an exhibit at the Riverfront Art Gallery in Petaluma. About a quarter of my show is depicted in the above photo.
The show is titled “Wildlife as Art” and is comprised of about two dozen of my favorite images from Alaska, Yellowstone and nearby Point Reyes National Seashore. Most of the prints are on canvas with gallery wrap-style framing.
There will be a reception tomorrow, November 10, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. I hope you can make it, but, if not, stop by later. The show runs through January 6th.
A word about the Riverfront Art Gallery. It’s located at 132 Petaluma Boulevard North in Petaluma, CA. The gallery is the creation of two local photographers, Lance Kuehne and Jerrie Jerne Morago, who wanted to open a high-end art gallery in Petaluma that would feature some of the best artists in the North San Francisco Bay Area. The gallery has been open for a little over five years and has been voted best art gallery in Sonoma County for the past five years.
The gallery operates as a co-op with about 20 members of which I am one. For more info on the gallery click here.