A selection of 10 of my photos is featured this month at Jojo’s Café as part of the “Celebrating Local Art: Six Feet Apart” series.
The show launched on July 25 and runs until Aug. 28.
The popular café is only open for take-out due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The photos are displayed on the east wall, which people pass as they get into the line.
This show is in addition to a display of several other photos at the Summer Artisan Market at The Art Gallery Osoyoos, which opened June 13 and runs to Sept. 7. The Artisan Market also features the work of other local artists and artisans.
The 10 photos are landscapes from the Osoyoos area, with one exception – an image of coloured street lighting reflected at night in the rain on Vancouver’s Granville Street. That photo was featured in my last exhibition at Jojo’s in December 2016.
I have opted this year not to participate in the Market on Main, which is open this summer with appropriate safety measures. For more about this decision and how you can obtain photos from my market selection, please visit this page.
For more information about the Jojo’s show and the Summer Artisan Market, please visit this page.
See gallery of highlights from the Jojo’s show:
(Click on thumbnails to see images in gallery)