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Tue 20 of March, 2018 06:24 PDT
Vicky Hollenbeck's Abstracts in the Corrine Woodman Gallery
By: John Ritchie  on: Sun 04 of March, 2018 07:44 PST  (111 Reads)
Vicky Hollenbeck will be exhibiting her photographs during the month of March at the Corrine Woodman Gallery at The Arts Center in Corvallis.  Paired with artist Carol Chapel’s collagraphs, the exhibit is titled Seeing Inversely and features abstract works.

The exhibit opens on March 6th and runs through March 31st.
There will be a Brown Bag Art Talk on March 8 at noon and the artists will be there during the Corvallis Arts Walk on March 15th from 5:00-8:00 pm.

"Seismic" by Vicky Hollenbeck
See Five Guild Members 'In a Different Light'
By: Rich Bergeman  on: Mon 19 of Feb., 2018 10:55 PST  (146 Reads)
Sandi O’Brien, Phil Coleman, Rich Bergeman, Paul Barden and Jack Larsen are showing recent infrared images in an exhibit titled "In a Different Light" at the Maude Kerns Art Center in Eugene from Feb. 23 to March 23. The exhibit fills both galleries at the center with more than 60 images, mostly landscapes from all around the Northwest, but also some from as far away as Scotland, Russia and Brazil.

An opening reception will be held Friday, Feb. 23, from 6-8pm, and an artists’ panel discussion will be held on Thursday, March 8, from 6 to 7:30pm. The Maude Kerns Art Center is located at 1910 E. 15th Ave. (corner of 15th and Villard), and is open Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 5:30pm and on Saturday from 12 to 4pm.

The exhibit takes its title from the fact that infrared light shows us the world in a way not visible to the human eye. IR lies just above the visible spectrum, between 700 and 900 nanometers (nm) in wave length, whereas the human eye is sensitive from about 400nm (blue) to about 700nm (red). Photographers have captured the IR range with special black-and-white films for decades, but it was only within the last 10 years or so that digital cameras have been converted to record IR by adapting the filters on their digital sensors. Images made with both techniques are represented in the show--Paul's images, including some pinhole panos, are made using IR film, as are some of Sandi's. Phil, Jack and Rich all use converted digital cameras for their work.

Photos by (from left) Phil Coleman, Rich Bergeman, Sandi O'Brien, Jack Larsen, and Paul Barden

How to Comment on Other Member's Galleries
By: Bill Laing  on: Fri 13 of March, 2015 17:17 PDT  (5294 Reads)
Most members welcome feedback on the images they post in their personal PAG galleries. Click on "Read More" below to learn how to leave a comment.
About the PhotoArts Guild
By: Rich Bergeman  on: Sat 17 of July, 2010 10:00 PDT  (13225 Reads)
The PhotoArts Guild was born back in 1985 when five local photographers gathered at a local restaurant to critique photographs, share information and encourage each other's growth as image makers. It soon grew to about 20 members, and in 1988 the group became an affiliated guild with the Corvallis Art Center. Currently about 40-50 photographers belong to the PAG. Meetings are held monthly on the third Thursday of every month (except August and December) at 7pm in the OSU Center for the Humanities on 8th and Jefferson. For information on the PAG's goals, membership and history, click 'more'
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