In early February Wayne Wolfersberger presented a ninety minute program on bison to GMU’s OLLI (Osher Life Long Learning Institute). The program titled Bison: Legends, Lore and Legacy was an expanded slide program that he presented multiple times for the U S National Park Service and included extensive use of his images made while living
Lois Culver Long passed away January 8, 2017 at the age of 87. She had been part of the Northern Virginia Photographic Society since the 70’s, and it was a big part of her life for these last 4 decades. She attended the Tuesday night meetings as late as this past December. When her health made
Dee Ellison was selected as the Grand Prize Winner of the Washington Gardner Magazine’s 2017 Photo Contest with her photo A Lavender Afternoon! She took the image at the Seven Oaks Lavender Farm in Catlett, Virginia. The photo will be on the cover of next month’s magazine (online). It will also hang at Meadowlark over the
Lois Culver Long passed away January 8, 2017 at the age of 87. She had been part of the Northern Virginia Photographic Society since the 70’s, and it was a big part of her life for these last 4 decades. She, along with my wife Tanagra and I had attended the Tuesday night meetings as
Fred Siskind will be presenting his program Macro Photography in the Field at the Silver Spring Camera Club on Thursday, February, 2
Bob and Willa Friedman are among the featured artists in a show at the Site 3 Gallery at the Torpedo Factory. On November 19 the Alexandria City Council issued a statement on community exclusivity. The show features work by artists of the Torpedo Factory and the Art League that focuses on this theme. It will
Wayne and Judy Guenther were selected for the “Student Showcase” in Jim Zuckerman’s online publication “Photo Insights” January 2017 edition. Jim Zuckerman is a world renowned travel photography teacher and guide. Eight of the Guenther’s photos from their recent tour to Cuba with Jim were featured. This edition of “Photo Insights” can be viewed here.
Wayne Guenther had two photos selected (“Montana Barn” and “Grounded”)for the Northern Virginia Review , Volume 31, to be published on March 21 with a “launch” reception the same day 2:30-4:30 at the Ernst Cultural Center on the NOVA Annandale Campus. Judy Guenther had three photos selected (“Flying”, “The Eye Staircase”, and “King Penguins South
Both Bob and Willa have each had two photos accepted by District Lines, the annual publication of Politics and Prose In their words, “District Lines is an anthology of original poems, essays, short stories, photographs, drawings, scribbles, graphics, and other coherent musings intended to capture a sense of people and place in D.C. and the
Fred Siskind will be presenting his program “Macrophotography in the Field” at the North Bethesda Camera Club on Wednesday, Dec. 12.