Hi everyone and welcome to today’s post. I know some of you have been wondering if I might post again. My apologies but I have been getting ready for a one-man show at the City Meat Gallery in Winchester, Va. I have posted the Press Release for the show below. This is one of the images that will be featured and is a twilight shot taken in the Alabama Hills located along the Eastern Front of the Sierra Mountains in California. This wonderful place is playground of granite boulders that extends for miles above the town of Lone Pine, Ca. I made the trip with two of my shooting pals, Alec Johnson and Travis Bechtel. We had some wonderful light and clouds for the afternoon shoot.
My show will feature 20 images. Each one was developed from its RAW digital state in Lightroom and exported to Photoshop for the final work. All images were printed by myself using archival inks on an Epson 3880 Printer. I want to thank my sponsor MOAB Paper for their generous gift of the MOAB Somerset Museum Rag Paper. I consider this to be one of the finest Rag Content papers to print on. It renders exceptional tonality and depth of color and was the perfect choice for my photographs. If you are in the Winchester area and have the opportunity to stop by I would love to see you. Here is the Press Release for the show:
CITY MEAT GALLERY FIRST FRIDAY ARTIST ROBERT H. CLARK
Winchester, Va. – On Friday, October 5, City Meat Gallery will participate in downtown Winchester’s First Friday Celebration of the Arts with an exhibit by photographer Robert H. Clark.
Robert H. Clark is a fine art landscape photographer based in the United States. Born in North Carolina, he is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Visual Design, and the School of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology. Robert is a photographer, graphic designer, architect, and a teacher. He currently works as a media designer for the National Park Service.
Robert’s work can be found in private collections, exhibits and publications, and internationally for corporate clients. The exhibit is open to the public on Friday, October 5, from 6:00–8:00 p.m., and through November 23 by appointment. For more information, visit the City Meat Gallery web site at: www.citymeatgallery.com.
ABOUT City Meat Gallery
City Meat Gallery is located inside the The City Meat Building, home to Water Street Design, LLC and Reader & Swartz Architects, P.C. Exhibitors are by invitation only. City Meat Gallery participates in up to six First Fridays a year, with openings scheduled for February, April, June, August, October and December.