Lumiere Gallery Group Exhibition: Designed By Nature

July 10th, 2012 by David Leland Hyde Leave a reply »

Now Showing At Lumiere Gallery In Atlanta…

Dogwood, Sequoia Redwood Trees, Sequoia National Park, Sierra Nevada, California, copyright 1974 by Philip Hyde. With other Philip Hyde archival digital prints, a fine art digital print of this photograph will hang in the group show at Lumiere Gallery.

Designed By Nature

Group show about nature’s designing and designs in nature: four Philip Hyde archival digital prints with seven other noted photographers of the natural scene including Wynn Bullock, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Peter Essick and others, with a photograph of Robert Weingarten’s in concurrent exhibition with his Smithsonian Museum exhibition and his talk at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta …

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To read more about the also current exhibition at Plumas Arts’ Capitol Arts Center, see the blog post, “Plumas Arts Reinvents The Capitol Arts Center In Quincy, California.”

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7 comments

  1. Greg Russell says:

    This is great, David. Your father’s work is getting some great face time in Atlanta lately…

    Wish I needed to go to Atlanta…I’d love to see this!

  2. Thanks, Greg. Dad’s work is definitely keeping good company in this show.

  3. I’m a little closer than Greg…but still not quite close enough even though it would be a treat to attend the showing. Great exposure for your Dad’s images, David.

  4. Hi Steve, It is very kind of both of you to express sentiments of wishing to view the exhibition. I haven’t ever been to Atlanta or the Lumiere Gallery myself. I sure look forward to going some time.

  5. this photo is very interesting, i like how the light comes through the branches to creat a really cool effect

  6. Mark says:

    I also wish I lived much closer to these exhibits. I would really love to see your Dad’s work in a gallery. I will have to settle for the net I suppose.

  7. Thanks Canvas Prints.

    Mark,
    We ought to have a show or gallery in Chicago, Ohio or somewhere in your neck of the woods.

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