Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Holiday Open Studios

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

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Artists’ Holiday Open Studios
December 2 & 3, noon – 5 pm

• 11 locations in Redwood City & San Carlos
• 100+ Artists

Join us here at PreNeo Press for two enjoyable afternoons of art, conversation and libations. We are featuring local artists, printers, writers, poets and photographers: Ann Baldwin, David Edward Beres, Ever Rodriguez and Nora Raggio. This is a great opportunity to see behind the scenes of a local print & book arts studio engaged in book binding, screen printing, monoprinting, etching, relief printing, letterpress, digital and hybrid media.

PreNeo Press
33 Dexter Avenue, Redwood City

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Wylde Over It

WORKS San José Benefit Auction
We support WORKS San José
365 South Market Street, San Jose, California

Auction night: Saturday, December 2
Party starts 6pm, live auction starts at 7pm!

Exhibit on view: November 4 through December 2
Hours: Fridays 12-6pm, Saturdays/Sundays 12-4pm
Click here for Auction previews and full list of artists!

Poop Alert
Nanette got tired of seeing dog poop bags left on the trail, so she intervened on this poopy problem. I left my dog poop bag on the trail

This Thanksgiving, we are particularly thankful for the biodiversity of our planet with an understanding that diversity is critical to our survival. We appreciate individuals who take action to protect and preserve our natural world.

Jeff Evans Residency

Saturday, July 11th, 2015

Jeff Evans Swirl

We are pleased to announce a new Weekend Residency in the Print Studios project by writer and photographer Jeff Evans.

Jeff came to his residency just days after the June 17, 2015 mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. As a member of the Charleston community, Jeff was deeply affected by this event. He participated in and documented many community support gatherings–memorials, services, vigils, and political actions.

His residency project, SWIRL, is a handbound artist’s book. It is also available via Hunger Button Books as a print-on-demand edition.

SWIRL is a creative reflection juxtaposing photographs, texts, local newspapers; and acts as a memorial for both the victims and Charleston community.

Visit Jeff’s residency page at PreNeo Press: