Black, White & Shades of Grey

I have a show of 33 prints hanging at Great Basin College in Elko, Nevada from January 23rd – March 9th. This show is an expanded and second generation presentation of my sold out “Where the Cowboy Once Roamed” show.

Please join us Tuesday January 31st for an Artist Talk 4:30 – 5:00 and then a reception with refreshments from 5:00 – 7:00 in the Leonard Center for Student Life on the Elko, Nevada Campus of Great Basin College.

Along with my show of Panoramic photographic prints, Larry Hyslop is exhibiting his wonderful Ceramic Sculptures, both of us will be on hand to answer questions about our art and artistic process.

A Presentation of GBC Art Gallery

1500 College Parkway

Elko, NV 89801

All of the images were created using either a Kodak “Fun Saver Panoramic 35” disposable camera reloaded with Kodak Tri-X film, or a Superheadz Black Slim Devil plastic camera also with Kodak Tri-X film run through it.

Here is a small sampling of photographs that will be seen at the show.

“Stillwater Windmill” was photographed just east of the Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge near Fallon, Nevada

“Blackbird Ranch” was photographed along US-50 east of Austin, Nevada

“Green Springs Fence” was photographed at the Green Springs Ranch at the North end of Railroad Valley

“Potts Fence” was photographed at Potts Ranch in Monitor Valley

“Diamond Windmill” was photographed at the North end of Diamond Valley


5th Annual Plastic Camera Show

I am very excited to have a print hanging at the RayKo Photo Center’s 5th Annual Plastic Camera Show that opens January 18th through March 6th. Opening reception is also January 18th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. This opening is the first one I will have missed! The opening party is great fun for everyone. Please support the arts and attend the opening, and buy a print!

RayKo Photo Center

428 Third Street

San Francisco, CA 94107


Gallery Open:

Tuesday – Thursday 10:00 – 10:00 pm

Friday – Sunday 10:00 – 8:00 pm

Closed – Mondays

Here is my image that is hanging at the RayKo Photo Center, it was created using a Kodak “Fun Saver Panoramic 35” disposable camera reloaded with Kodak Tri-X film.